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Perambulator

Like several other Africans, I enjoy listening to Fela’s songs. I love music generally but as the late wolrd statesman, Nelson Mandela said in his book Long Walk to Freedom, the […]

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Aniebonam @ 60

In 1999, I was a young reporter, fresh from the university and bubbling with new ideas. I was saddled with the responsibility of producing and anchoring a 30-minute weekly programme […]

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Proudly Nigerian

I am beginning to think that our country is not at a dead end after all. I have always been a die-hard optiminst and I know that Nigeria will be great, […]

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Stowaway tragedy in Tilbury

The Convention on Facilitation of International Maritime Traffic, 1965, as amended, (The FAL Convention), define stowaway as “A person who is secreted on a ship, or in cargo which is […]

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Minister behaving badly

Nigerian government officials have no respect for the laws of the land. They not only flout the laws with impunity, they flaunt their lawlessness before all to see. Minister of […]

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Celebrating Sarumi at 70

The rise of public administration and the discovery of petroleum and natural gas are two major events seen to have led to a litany of ignoble corrupt practices in Nigeria […]