Tobi Omo Ilaro: Silence, ‘Blowdome’ and the Waiting Game

When Tobi Omo Ilaro released a single titled LOWKEY last year, we never knew he meant it. The nomenclature best describes him at present. Indeed, 2017 has been on a lowkey for the rising artiste. Obviously, the Ilaro-born has been away for a while leaving his fans worrying and wondering what his next step would … More Tobi Omo Ilaro: Silence, ‘Blowdome’ and the Waiting Game

YEWA ASPIRATION: OVERRELIANCE ON GODFATHERS AND MY FEARS

“Perhaps, the first error was our overreliance on two godfathers who were working at cross purposes, we were looking up to them for our salvation and keeping faith in their projections unknown to us that the hitherto strong and virile family ties that produced the victory at the two previous elections had since been broken … More YEWA ASPIRATION: OVERRELIANCE ON GODFATHERS AND MY FEARS

PERIMETER FENCING OF CATHEDRAL LAND ALONG PAPALANTO: THE TRUTH AWAY FROM FICTION

By Chief Dapo Oke “It is impossible to have two Cathedrals in a Diocese” My attention was called to the misinformation being served on the facebook wall of some group of people who called themselves “Cathedral Ilaro” on the fencing of the Cathedral Church of Christ, Ilaro land along Papalanto -Ilaro road.  Let me clearly … More PERIMETER FENCING OF CATHEDRAL LAND ALONG PAPALANTO: THE TRUTH AWAY FROM FICTION

Freedom: A tool for creating a Formidable Future

|BY KUSORO JEREMIAH OLAOLUWATOFUNMI | A great Indian leader Bal Gangadhar Tilka said, “Freedom is my birth right and I shall have it.” Yes, freedom is a right. Nobody likes to live in slavery. Everybody likes to live a free and independent life. Restrictions and bonds are liked by none. Even birds and animals like … More Freedom: A tool for creating a Formidable Future

The Niger Delta Crusaders, The Muslim Pilgrims and The United States of Nigeria (Part 1) By Femi Fani Kayode

If Boko Haram kills Christians and burns down churches, we will slay Muslims and raze down mosques. We want to warn them that we, the Niger Delta youths, in this 21st century will not accept the killing of innocent Christians or the burning of churches. That if they try it in the north or any … More The Niger Delta Crusaders, The Muslim Pilgrims and The United States of Nigeria (Part 1) By Femi Fani Kayode

Ogun 2019: In Search of a Yewa/Awori Candidate

•By Tajudeen Sanusi• …other two Senatorial districts of Ogun Central and Ogun East with 33 and 36 per cent ratios respectively. Despite these insignificant differences in the population statistics of the state, Ogun West is being erroneously regarded as a minority in the state by those, who use such mischief for their personal political benefits … More Ogun 2019: In Search of a Yewa/Awori Candidate

Five richest states: ‘Ogun is first among equals’

Against the backdrop of the report of the Economic Confidential, which listed Ogun among the five rich states in Nigeria, Soyombo Opeyemi, Special Assistant on Media to the Governor of Ogun State, spoke to Sunday Vanguard in Abeokuta. Recently, the Economic Confidential listed Ogun among the five rich states in Nigeria in terms of its … More Five richest states: ‘Ogun is first among equals’

ANALYSIS: Saraki’s Trial: Understanding the position of the law

By Femi Ogunshola (News Agency of Nigeria) The lingering face-off between the Presidency and the Senate over the alleged forgery of Senate rules when the 8th National Assembly was proclaimed has elicited grave concern among discerning Nigerians. It was alleged that the forged rules paved the way for the election of Sen. Bukola Saraki and … More ANALYSIS: Saraki’s Trial: Understanding the position of the law

But things are very difficult for Nigerians

•By Niran Adedokun• While we are having all the conversations about how much has been stolen in Nigeria and how to repatriate such criminal proceeds, I suggest that our leadersbegin to quickly ideate on practical ways to reverse the frightening level of poverty in the land. There is nothing more deserving of utmost urgency in … More But things are very difficult for Nigerians

2019 GOVERNORSHIP TUSSLE: THE STANDS OF THE YEWAS( A response to Hon. Dare Adekoya’s article on Lagos Politicians in Yewaland)

( By Mr Oluwole Olatunbosun) My dear brother, your write up was carefully perused and comfortably comprehended sequel to the governorship aspiration of Yewa come 2019, but I quite agree to disagree with some of the claims you highlighted in your submission over the subject matter. Before responding to your claims one by one. Let … More 2019 GOVERNORSHIP TUSSLE: THE STANDS OF THE YEWAS( A response to Hon. Dare Adekoya’s article on Lagos Politicians in Yewaland)