Tag: @TexTheLaw

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The Five Stages Of Political Grief 15 months after the elections and 12 after the swearing-in of the...

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Music has always been a time-stamp for me. Most songs that bubble to the surface of my consciousness...

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“If Ebola hits schools” my friend said, “this country will die. Will children stop playing with each other,...

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When I was in university, not so very long ago, LASU was in a tussle with UNIBEN and...

Fayose bans Fayemi from Holding public office In Ekiti for 10 years
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Kayode Fayemi lost and Ayodele Fayose won. The overwhelming consensus, even with people that were Fayemi aficionados before the...

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News reached us in Nigeria a few days ago that someone (a man named Nicholas Opara) had applied...

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The presidential media chat of the 4th of May 2014 was another opportunity for Nigerians to hear their...

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Dave Moyesey ‘s been aging since May His white hair is turning to grey Though used to the...

Stella Oduah Responds To Allegations Of Laundering Money With Maid's Account
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For about 5 months between 2013-14, former fundraiser for the presidential campaign of President Jonathan, and his erstwhile...

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Why aren’t our labels and their artists getting along? Virtually all major labels have had a public spat...

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I’m glad I bought a copy of Max Siollun’s Soldiers of Fortune. Many might say it merely rehashes...

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The word “faction” has probably never had greater prominence, in Nigerian political history, since Western Nigeria's political crisis...