Daily Archives: September 9, 2020

Worthy ambassador

Editorial He is a Nigerian-born Canadian leader of whom his country of birth is proud. Kaycee (Kelechi) Madu just made history as the first person of African origin to be appointed Minister of Justice and Solicitor-General of Alberta, a province of Canada. His appointment to that office was not only …

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Costly omission

Editorial The eventual re-arrest of Oyo State suspected serial killer, Sunday Shodipe, was momentous. Residents of Akinyele Local Government Area of the state, who had been at the receiving end of the reign of terror, foisted by the menacing killer gang who had seized the council, heaved in relief. Oyo …

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Paxful boosts operations with local footprint expansion

By Collins Nweze Global peer-to-peer bitcoin marketplace, Paxful has plans to strengthen operations in Nigeria with a physical presence in Lagos which will be manned by employees dedicated to the Nigerian market. The country is the company’s leading market in terms of volume and number of users. On their expansion …

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Holy braggart

If gold rusts, what will iron do?” — that Parson’s quip, in Geoffery Chaucer’s “Prologue to Canterbury Tales”, was the swiftest rebuke that came to mind, on David Ibiyeomie’s un-Christ-like tirade-from-the-pulpit, against controversial broadcaster, Daddy Freeze. Indeed, if gold rusts! And those curses, traducement and abuses, were they really from …

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Buhari, North-East and the Uncommon Transformation

July 28, 2020, Nigerian governors elected under the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC) commended President Muhammadu Buhari for his achievements in securing the lives and properties of Nigerians. This by no means is a significant development given its emphasis by the Constitution and how past administrations have failed …

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