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Buhari and the delegation of the dastardly

Absentee president Muhammadu Buhari, who disappeared from sight on May 7, showed up on Sunday in London, after 77 days to meet a delegation of governors, a minister (and former governor), and the chairman of his party. It is not quite clear what the criteria was for selecting this devious delegation, but criminality must have featured highly on the list. …

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The cost of elections

The man in the photograph below is Al-Marouf Ashiru. He was stabbed in Lagos yesterday. His story is below… I am the LGA [Local Government Area] Secretary for the PDP [Peoples Democratic Party] in Mushin. Due to the [Ali Modu] Sheriff and [Ahmed] Makarfi power tussle, there was no agreement on which faction’s candidates should be fielded for the Council …

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Fashola running out of excuses for failure

Babatunde Fashola, the former governor of Lagos State and current minister for power, works and housing was a guest last night on Channels TV’s Hard Copy and it was clear he was not only running out of excuses for his inability to deliver improved electricity supply, but also running out of patience at the impertinence of host Maupe Ogun for …

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War criminal Tony Blair should feel at home in Kaduna State

Tony Blair, the former British Prime Minister, who is still trying to avoid facing trial on war crimes charges for the invasion of Iraq in 2003, which devastated the country and culminated in the creation of Islamic State, flew into Kaduna State today and was met by Governor Nasty Nasir El Rufai.  Last week a high court in London heard …

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Buhari and Mugabe – two of a kind

What do President Muhammadu Buhari and President Robert Mugabe have in common?  Mugabe is 93 and Buhari is 74 – officially, but nobody is quite sure if that is his real age. So both are well past pension age, but continue trying to defy nature and refuse to retire.  But another thing they have in common right now is that …

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