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Why Ribadu Might Be Dining With Wolves In Sheep’s Clothing, By Olaitan Ajiboye

Why Ribadu Might Be Dining With Wolves In Sheep’s Clothing, By Olaitan Ajiboye
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Politicians’ defection from one political party to the other in Nigeria may have taken a new turn, and especially that of Mallam Nuhu Ribadu. The politician recently jumped ship from the All progressives Congress (APC) opposition party to the ruling Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) in his bids to becoming the governor of Adamawa state. It […]

Boko Haram, Ebola And Jonathan’s ‘snail speed’ approach – Olaitan Ajiboye

Boko Haram, Ebola And Jonathan’s ‘snail speed’ approach  – Olaitan Ajiboye
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President Jonathan has a challenging task at hand going into the election year. If he and his party think, they can rely on the power of incumbency they might be in for the shock of their lives. It is hard to predict what the electorate has in mind, but the youths’ frustration and disappointment are […]

#EbolaFacts: Preventive Measures against Ebola Virus Disease

#EbolaFacts: Preventive Measures against Ebola Virus Disease
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I tweeted about preventive measures against Ebola yesterday but, I thought it’s best I put all the #EbolaFacts below for everyone to read. And before you say ‘I know it jor’, please calm down and read what I have for you: Ebola virus disease (EVD), formerly known as Ebola haemorrhagic fever, is a dangerous, often […]

2015 Election: President Jonathan’s Tactics And Race Against Time By Olaitan Ajiboye

2015 Election: President Jonathan’s Tactics And Race Against Time By Olaitan Ajiboye
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There is an adage which says ‘we should not judge a book by its cover but by its contents’. Another one says ‘we should not judge an article by its headline but by its contents’. If you visit Nasir El-Rufai’s facebook or his twitter handle @elrufai, you will understand the extent of words between members […]

Lamenting the Sorry State of Power Supply In Nigeria, By Olaitan Ajiboye

Lamenting the Sorry State of Power Supply In Nigeria, By Olaitan Ajiboye
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I remember growing up in Kainji and living in (senior camp) NEPA estate, where we enjoyed constant and uninterrupted power supply. During my stay in NEPA estates of Lagos Thermal Station, Egbin, I experienced constant supply of electricity. The power supply there was unlimited. I honestly did not know if there were people who would […]

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