Lai Mohammed’s subterfuge by moonlight

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By Festus Adedayo Last week, as Minister of Information and Orientation, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, was engrossed in his theatrics on television over the Lagos EndSARS...

Who deserves pardon: Saro-Wiwa or Buhari?

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By Festus Adedayo   At No 9, Rumuibekwe Road in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria, on November 10, 1995, the devil sat in a corner, having a saturnalia....

Lagos collapsed building: That this house may not fall

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By Festus Adedayo Many atimes, Providence speaks to human beings in anecdotes. Unfortunately, man is too blind to even behold the foot of his nose;...

Diezani’s underwear and Buhari’s Mecca prayer for peace 

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By Festus Adedayo A photograph forcefully elbowed itself into the media space during the week that just ended. It was that of President Muhammadu Buhari...

Reincarnating Constable Ifeanyi at the Lekki Toll Gate

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By Festus Adedayo “Oga, mek we kill am!,” the gangling police constable had told my father. This was sometime in the early 1980s and the...

EndSARS as ‘Dark Notes on Our History’

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By Oludayo Tade After years of agonising over their brutality and killing by the (now disbanded) Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), a tactical unit of the...

Widowed prematurely by Boko Haram

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By Festus Adedayo “I lost my husband four weeks ago to Boko Haram.” That was the message sent to me last week on WhatsApp by...

Jonathan, Buhari cuckolding in time of war

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By Festus Adedayo Last Wednesday, Muhammadu Buhari and his newfound friend, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, locked each other inside the sacristy of the Nigerian presidential villa,...

Buhari’s October 1 rhetoric, Mailafia and Akunyili’s murder 

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By Festus Adedayo  I find a symbolic similarity between the travails of Dr. Chike Akunyili and Reverend Richard Henry Stone, (1837–1915) the latter’s which I picked...

COVID-19 Vaccine: Remedy or Poison?

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By Carl Umegboro Without a doubt, the word ‘COVID-19’ is familiar to everyone except infants. Even infants discernibly observed strange changes particularly unusual access to...

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