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respect to my friend: Tola Adenle

April 15, 2019

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How cattle breeders come by AK 47 is a question for Nigeria’s security agencies – Aláàfin of Ọ̀yọ́

April 3, 2019

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This essay was first posted here on January 23, 2018 but erroneously posted under another category. TOLA, April 4, 2019. “… Today with the arms [AK 47] at their disposal, some Fulani breeders choose to target green leaves of farmers’ crops for their cattle. The big question, therefore, is how do those cattle breeders come […]

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2017 Yoruba Aṣọ Òkè: Òjé- Ibadan & Òjé-Ẹdẹ Market Days – Tola Adenle

April 3, 2019

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THIS ESSAY WAS ORIGINALLY [ERRONEOUSLY] POSTED HERE ON FEB. 6, 2017 UNDER ANOTHER YORUBA CATEGORY   Hi, Friends, Here are the schedules for the two main Yoruba Aṣọ Òkè markets for this New Year. The first of two market days for February at the Ibadan market took place today, and with my return to Ibadan […]

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2019 Òjé-Ibadan & Òjé-Ẹdẹ Market Days – Tọla Adenle

April 3, 2019

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Dear friends, Here we are at last – almost Easter, and I finally got my hands on a copy of this [near] far-gone year’s market days for 2019! I’m sure you’ll agree that this is a case of better late than never. Except for two weeks during which had no benefit of an Òjé-Ibadan market […]

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Nigeria’s Yoruba Language is second most spoken foreign language in Baltimore (USA) schools – face2faceAfrica/Mildred E. Taylor

February 19, 2019

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Baltimore has seen an increase in enrollment over the past few years, and this is largely from immigrants. [The Baltimore Sun] The city of Baltimore, U.S., has a record of helping immigrants, both documented and undocumented by creating a welcoming environment for them as compared to other cities. Its school system has, therefore, seen an increase […]

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Obit: Professor Adeṣẹgun Banjọ passes on at 79 – Tola Adenle

February 8, 2019

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MAIL BELOW SENT EARLIER TODAY TO donors who gave very generously to Professor Banjo’s medical treatment, a true patriot whose fortune declined to the point of being hardly able to feed himself after purportedly planning a “war of Yoruba liberation. Segun Adebanjo who used the full family name was brother to Col. Banjo who was […]

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NIGERIA’S ELECTIONS: APC, PDP don’t deserve our votes – Soyinka/Punch

February 1, 2019

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https://www.msn.com/en-xl/africa/africa-top-stories/apc-pdp-dont-deserve-our-votes-%E2%80%93-soyinka/ar-BBT0dXr?li=BBQbhAJ&ocid=mailsignout BLOGGER’S COMMENTS Who would then win? While I’ve stated here that APC cannot not win the Southwest IN A FREE & FAIR ELECTION despite all the shenanigans and tons of money thrown into the project, and while I do know the elections have to go ahead despite the entreaties by many opinion writers that […]

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YORUBA : Ẹnyin Ènìa mi, kére, o! Ọ̀ṣun Governorship candidates face off on BBC Yoruba – Tola Adenle

September 10, 2018

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  Ẹnyin Ènìa mi, kére, o! Ẹ sì ku dédé ìwòyí, o. Ẹ jọ̀wọ́ ẹ ba’mi gba ọ̀rọ̀ awọn ènìa mi ni ilu Ọ̀ṣún ti BBC mā gbé kalẹ̀ ni ọjọ́ Ẹtì ti nṣe ọjọ́ kẹrìnlá oṣù k’ẹsán (Friday, September 14, 2018) ni agogo mẹsán òwúrọ̀ (9.00 a.m.) ni àkokò ti awọn òṣèlú fuń ipò Gómìnà […]

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As Ekitis go to the polls: it’s “no” to advocate of “open grazing” – Tola Adenle

July 14, 2018

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As Ekitis go to the polls today to elect a new governor, massive turn-out is very important: from Ekiti-West’s utmost corner to the East, North and South. You must vote the future of coming generations which calls for voting against internal colonialists. May God and the spirits of our ancestors ensure that only the candidate […]

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39 killed in Sokoto State by “bandits”; the march to Ekiti’s “grazing communities” today, emirates tomorrow on, as governor physically assaulted by “Nigerian” police … – Tola Adenle

July 12, 2018

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Ekiti’s Governor Fayose after assault by Nigerian Policemen. There is a new story today, July 12, of the Deputy Inspector-General of Police, DIG (Ekiti) claiming the physical assault was not ordered by him and it was a “mistake”. Policemen were removed from Ekiti State house  blah blah blah.   [https://www.premiumtimesng.com/news/top-news/275963-ekiti-dig-denies-authorising-use-of-force-says-mistake-wont-reoccur.html       EXCERPTS A couple […]

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