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Baba, Corruption And Ethnic Balancing

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The worst set of ingrates seem to inhabit the space called naija. First, when the new Sheriff arrived the rocky castle two years ago, he promised to battle sleaze and slime specialists to a standstill. On that score, Baba has applied every fiber of his being all the way; not just stepping on toes, but chopping off some when and where possible. 

Jimoh Ibrahim Causes Stir At Cambridge Graduation

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When it comes to drama on the international stage, Africans - especially Nigerians - are undoubtedly something else. In the comic movie, Coming To America, this propensity is aptly depicted when a black prince leaves his African roots to sojourn in the acclaimed God's own country.

Day Gay Man Mingled With Donald Trump's Wife

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Just how ludicrous the world is becoming on account of sexual orientation and categorization was again on display at the recent NATO summit in Brussels. Normally, heads of state attend with their spouses. In the male-dominated world order, the norm would be having wives swarming around the sidelines; giggling, preening, sashaying and generally indulging in the little matters housewives do.

Drama as 'rented crowd' storm EFFC office for 'Mama Peace'

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Drama as 'rented crowd' storm EFFC office for 'Mama Peace'

Amaechi's 'Subversive Joke' With PMB At Lunch Table

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Amaechi's 'subversive joke' with PMB at lunch table

Senator And A Purchased Judgement

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Senator And A Purchased Judgement

Since the searchlights rotated to the temple of justice, it has been a bounteous harvest of sleazy tales all the way. The other day, you heard of how top judges were herded to detention in the dead of the night like Sallah rams over allegations of merchandising judgements.

Between Mugabe and Oshiomhole

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A little drama unfolded recently in Accra, Ghana. A non-profit group which prides itself on being promoters of African solidarity and renaissance had announced an elaborate award to honour Africa's "champions, icons and legends" with an elaborated ceremony slated for the ancient city. 

The great lobby

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A Yoruba adage translates roughly as follows: let us for once feign death so that we may know our true friends - those who will cry or rejoice at the news of our passing.

Grass-cutter and the oily pie

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What will Oga "Grass-cutter" not do, what stunt will he not pull these days to service his huge "stomach infrastructure"? Still can't recognize him? Our friend with "Idi Amin" frame at the Rocky Castle fingered the other day in the criminal conversion of cowries meant for the clearing of the bush around the shelter where long-suffering victims of Boko Haram are camped.

Captain Judas

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The parasite that ruins a vegetable, they say, is often embedded in its very stem. This is absolutely true of a flying company that recently slipped into severe turbulence.

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