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A Buhari 2nd term? (4): “ … people talking lazily, loosely about restructuring …what do they want” shows Buhari’s patent dishonesty & disavowal of major 2014 campaign promise

November 14, 2018

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The recent address by President Buhari to the Nigerian community in France recently, showed a level of condescension to majority of Nigerians on the issue of restructuring which has dominated discourse in the country for many years. His realignment with the [then] Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) to form the APC which was totally committed […]

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NIGERIA: Election as metaphor … the will of the people & their democratic choice must be respected – Tátalọ Àrẹ̀mú

October 3, 2018

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THE ROAD TO YESTERDAY     It was a close-run thing, and probably another miraculous reprieve for a nation that has turned flirtation with suicide into higher art. You never know how close you are to disaster until it actually happens. And you never know how dangerously toxic political gambling has become until it fatally […]

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Nigeria’s 2019 Elections: Each “nationality” presents a presidential candidate capable of overwhelming “homeland” victory that prevents incursion of 25% of its votes; DEADLOCK; Nigeria at crossroads!

July 6, 2018

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This very illuminating essay first appeared in The Pathfinder International  on July 4, 2018 under the title, 2019: What is to be done?  – TOLA. Aṣiwaju Bọla Tinubu, APC’s National Leader   EXCERPTS The first task therefore, is to de-legitimize the centralization process by making the 1999 Constitution redundant. This will be done when all the Constituent Units […]

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Nigeria: “Religious tolerance, a major aspect of Yoruba National culture” – Tola Adenle

December 21, 2017

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Google Images The essay from thepathfinderinternational.com [below] speaks out on the trend by the “North” as represented by the Fulani Caliphate of which the Sultan of Sokoto is head – to equate religious & political headships of his area with political leadership of all Nigerians who profess the Islamic Faith. In Southwestern Nigeria, there are millions […]

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Remembering [Adékúnlé Ajáṣin]the gentle giant of Action Group – Tátalọ̀ Àlàmù

October 9, 2017

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But every social phenomenon has its time and sell-by date. If the admiration and adulation of Chief Adekunle Ajasin in the hall last Monday were to be believed, and if the current national unease and clamour for restructuring and return to regionalism were to be factored into the equation, it should be clear to those […]

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