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Ayodeji Omotade Vs. British Airways - By Reuben Abati  
April 15, 2008 | 22 Comments
Readers of Omotade's story, which he tells with transparent pain and agony have been asked to send protest comments to the CEO of British Airways, amid nationalistic calls for the boycott of British Airways by Nigerian passengers. It is strange that more than a week later, there has been no response from British Airways to this public relations crisis on its Lagos route.


The Isopadec One-Year Anniversary  
July 24, 2008 | 16 Comments
Imo State Oil Producing Communities had cause to smile. We can see the reasons why in this article.


Maurice Iwu Must Go Now!  
December 20, 2007 | 15 Comments
If we don’t do away with Iwu in our public arena and let him be HEARD NO MORE, someone will wake up tomorrow to tell us that Iwu is a hero. At that time, the likes of Babangida, Obasanjo and Atiku would have become saints and ordinary Nigerians would have been totally converted to their footstools. Iwu must go now!


Is Black Really Beautiful?  
November 20, 2007 | 12 Comments



A Black British Pemier Is Hallucinatory Disorder  
November 30, 2008 | 11 Comments
Barack Obama was lucky. His Luo father made the most profound decision of his life by rejecting Britain for America. By now, Obama would have been a mere London inner city duff solicitor on a nine to fiver with fading jackets, worn out shoes, hire purchase BMW and a mortgaged three-bed house as his earthly possession.
He would have been a Fabian subscriber due to his left-leaning politics.


The New Yorker Endorses Barack Obama  
October 3, 2008 | 9 Comments
On almost every issue, McCain and the Democratic Party's nominee, Barack Obama, speak the generalized language of "reform," but only Obama has provided a convincing, rational, and fully developed vision. McCain has abandoned his opposition to the Bush-era tax cuts and has taken up the demagogic call—in the midst of recession and Wall Street calamity, with looming crises in Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid—for more tax cuts. Bush's expire in 2011. If McCain, as he has proposed,...


Reuben Abati, Land Grab And Oath Of Omerta  
January 25, 2009 | 8 Comments
And to protect the dignity of public intellection, Abati keeps a dignified silence on the land acquisition. That has turned out to be an expensive risk. Every turn of another day, there is revolting innuendoes and nauseating accusations that a dreadful myth is about to unravel. Is Abati unravelling then? Why are we all gobsmacked by the paralysis of his silence? Why is he smothering the possibilities of live debate through snobbery?


Support Mr. President's Intent To Sign The FOI Bill ( Free Of Information)  
September 11, 2007 | 8 Comments
If we believe that in a democracy that power lies with the people and that information is power, then we need to provide information to the people. The way to give the people information is by the passage of the FOI (Free of Information Bill) into law. It is one of the keys to transparency and hence good governance.


Yar'Adua's 7-Point Agenda: Impost And Implementations!  
December 25, 2008 | 7 Comments
Nigeria government's 7-Point Agenda alias Seven Major Government Issues accommodates Power and Energy, Food Security and Agriculture, Wealth Creation and Employment, Mass Transportation, Land Reform, Security plus Qualitative and Functional Education. They were defined in many ways, but the most frequently quoted definition is from Our Common Future; which energizes development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations...





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