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Cyriacus Njokusaurus: Dinosaurs and the Dangers of a Goodluck Democracy – Ogunyemi Bukola

  For those familiar with the ever busy theatre of Nigerian politics, the name Cyriacus Njoku needs no introduction. Twice has he challenged the eligibility of Goodluck Jonathan to stand for election into the highest political office in Nigeria, twice ...

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NECO and JAMB: The End of an Era and The Future of Nigeria’s Educational System – Ogunyemi Bukola

Apparently the Federal Government has concluded arrangements to scrap and merge some agencies and parastatals in line with the recommendations of the Stephen Oronsaye-led Presidential Committee on the Rationalisation and Restructuring of Federal Government Parastatals, Commissions and Agencies. The committee, ...

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The Parable of Twelve Elders and a Leaking Umbrella – Ogunyemi Bukola

For observers of Nigeria’s political space in the build-up to the 2015 general elections, the merger of some major opposition parties to form the yet-to-registered All Progressives Congress and the crisis rocking the ruling party, the People’s Democratic Party, are ...

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Petroleum Industry Bill: the Carrot, the Sticks, and the Dummies – Ogunyemi Bukola

Last month, after much dilly dallying, and a particularly rowdy session which brought back memories of royal rumble legislation, the controversial Petroleum Industry Bill, that has aroused tension at the National Assembly since its presentation last year, was given a ...

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PRESS RELEASE: Nasir el-Rufai Issues Public Apology Over Controversial Jesus Tweet

Hello Friends. I have been travelling and trying to catch some sleep in between the last 24 hours and missed all the furore arising from my retweet of Ogunyemi Bukola’s (@zebbook) joke, Maku et al and Jesus. I must say ...

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The Wealth And Poverty of a Nation: Who Will Restore The Dignity of Nigeria? – UNN Convocation Lecture Delivered by Obiageli Ezekwesili on Thursday, January 24, 2013

Protocols I am hugely delighted to return to my alma mater the great and only University of Nigeria to speak at your 42nd convocation. Twenty eight years ago I sat just like you those of you who are part of ...

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