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‘Progressives’ Impunity in Osun: Spare Me This ‘Change’

September 3, 2012

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SAS vehicle on the watch: (Pic Credit: True Talk)   Osun has never been lucky with good leadership since her establishment in 1992. Forget about the regrettable military era (92-99), fast forward to May 1999 and there you find Chief Bisi Akande whose major idea of governance was retrenchment of civil servants and using the […]

WHO CARES IF OUR PRESIDENT IS AWAY FOREVER?

July 19, 2012

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  TIMELINE  4th February 2010; 21:30 Hour PLACE  is Buka 5, University of Ilorin Main  Campus. While we were watching the NTA network news and at the same time doing ‘justice’ to Fufu and Efo soup, a friend of mine asked me a question loudly enough for all the five students in the Buka to hear; why do […]

EXAMINATION MALPRACTICES IN A NEW, ELECTRONIC WAY

July 19, 2012

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  I must have looked incredibly dumbfounded when my friend Ibraheem told me about some websites like naijabaseforum.tk that have helped in significantly revolutionizing examination malpractices in Nigeria in the last two years, because he asked me ‘you  have never heard of this, have you?’. I replied ‘no, I haven’t’ and it was his turn […]

Mutual Nemesis

July 19, 2012

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  “Someone going somewhere, Huh?” The man said with a slight mockery. That brought Topgun, whose real name was Okunu Adebambo, around. He was hunkered over a travel bag placed on the bed, his mind a million miles away from his immediate environment. He’d been packing yet his mind was engrossed in deep thought. The […]

THE RISE AND FALL OF AUSTIN JAY JAY EINSTEIN

July 19, 2012

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  The truth is that I have always been a very stubborn person and that was why against everybody’s advice that I should do what I always do during football matches- watching and cheering on my team- I joined my class football team that day. We were to play a friendly match (as if there […]