Opinion

The Gambari I know

This is not one of those window-dressing pieces that many are used to in this part of the world. It is my humble attempt to call forth some tucked in facets of the persona The post The Gambari I know appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and …

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George Floyd, a reflection of global problem

Eight minutes and 46 seconds was how long Derek Chauvin, a white police officer in Minnesota, Minneapolis kept his knee on George Floyd’s neck The post George Floyd, a reflection of global problem appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News. Read More

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Between wealth creation and poverty alleviation

The recently released National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) ‘‘2019 Poverty and Inequality in Nigeria’’ survey, which was conducted for the 2018-2019 period The post Between wealth creation and poverty alleviation appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News. Read More

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From May 29 to June 12: The march of politics

I woke up on the morning of May 30 only to realise that May 29 was the previous day. I had missed it. Don’t put it down to COVID-19-induced amnesia. The post From May 29 to June 12: The march of politics appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News – …

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Horrendous revelations of COVID-19 – Part 2

The great Foundation established by this great couple has touched and restored millions, if not billions, of lives around the world The post Horrendous revelations of COVID-19 – Part 2 appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News. Read More

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Birthdays, private and public

Birth and death are two eternities, two extreme eternities in man’s existence. I am not saying anything new. I am not saying anything significantly new. The post Birthdays, private and public appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News. Read More

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Richard Akinjide in his own words

He was called to bar on February 7, 1956, and enrolled on March 12, 1956. He became a SAN (Senior Advocate of Nigeria) in 1978 and his number is 8. The post Richard Akinjide in his own words appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News. …

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George Floyd’s death and racism in U.S.

Felix Oladeji   Sir: The United States, a once inspirational and desirable country, is now visible in its nakedness. The police of the world, exporter of democracy and imposer of human rights, is exposed. The immaculately manicured, intricately choreographed and elaborately deodorised image has been exposed as a façade. Racial …

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Re: Kano’s abandoned palliatives

Muhammed Garba   Sir: I read with a feeling of shock, a piece published in The Nation newspaper on page three of May 31 edition written by Tunji Adegboyega. The piece, attempted to give a debauched impression and credibility to a report alleging that a lot of food items sent …

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