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Mama Awo’s Glorious Exit

Mama Awo’s Glorious Exit

 By Folu Olamiti Report on the death of Mama, Chief Mrs. HID Awolowo hit me like a thunderbolt last Saturday. It came at exactly 4pm while awaiting my flight aboard Arik Airline at Murtala Muhammed Airport 2, Ikeja, to Abuja.  My initial reaction was to call the Consultant to the Nigerian Tribune titles, Mr Segun Olatunji for confirmation

Death for Treasury Looters!

Areoye Oyebola Ibadan, Oyo State Constituency The Movement for Nigeria’s Total Transformation declares its full and unconditional support to the present call of the Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC and Trade Union Congress, TUC, for death penalty for those who have stolen billions of public funds, and who thereby have virtually ruined our economy. Corruption in

It Is a Challenge for Our Jobless Youths

By: ‘Dinobi Ofuonyebi, Akure, Ondo State. I refer to your cover story, Stitches of Fortune, Making Money From Fashion, TELL, January 5, 2015. Not only has the fashion and design business received knocks of apathy from Nigerians; other jobs such as the local cloth weaving, automobile mechanical works, the blacksmith, the pot-makers, piggery, poultry, other

Stopping Child Abuse

Imagine living every day of your life with multiple personality disorder as a result of an abuse; imagine you are that child who cannot explain his or her pain. This is the kind of situation the Ugandan toddler was when her nanny tortured her. Thank God for the hidden camera that revealed the nefarious act.

Nigerian Youths and Value Decline

Did you ever consider it a mischief or an absurdity the description of the present generation as a waste by our own Nobel laureate, Professor ’Wole Soyinka? The sordid story of the Nigerian youths suggests that the man fondly called “Kongi Harvest” in the world of literature may be right after all. The youths of

Austerity: Stop Wastage, Corruption

Comrade Abdulbaqi Aliyu Jari – Internet Constituency. Nigeria recently updated its economic database and proclaimed itself the largest economy in Africa. Nigeria has GDP of over $326 billion. Nigeria, the 26th largest economy in the world, has over $40 billion in its excess crude account. With over 170 million people, Nigeria’s internal market stands at


Tackling Terrorism

By Fadare Olushola Peter – Intelligence and Security Constituency. One of the major reasons for people becoming terrorists is unemployment, social injustice, social inequality and lack of education. Those innocent minds that are facing such problems are brainwashed and forced to indulge in these kinds of threatening activities. People who are denied their fundamental rights

Robbery at Switch Point

By: Olugbenga Olayiwola, – Igbo-Ora, Oyo State Constituency Apart from profit making, other major reasons adduced for the privatisation of most of our public utilities such as NEPA, NITEL and others are greater productivity and tremendous improvement in service delivery as well as social and economic development of the nation. However, the below-the-expectation performance of some

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