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31 The States are dying
In spite of the extravagant life style of governors, judging by the number of the expensive Lexus and Toyota CVR cars in their convoys, the states are dying for lack of funds.
32 One by one those senators are departing
With the passage of Senator Ayomide Fasanmi (September 27, 1925 to July 29, 2020) the number of the ninety-five Senators, who served between October 1979 to October 1983, still alive has been reduced.
33 Richard Akinjide in his own words
In my recollection, the best contribution Chief Akinjide ever made in the democratic process was the speech he delivered at the Constituent Assembly on November 16, 1977.
34 The outgoing generation
With the demise of Chief Richard Osuolale Abimbola Akinjide (1931-2020) all Ministers, except Alhaji Ganiyu Folorunsho Abdul Razak (93), Chief Mbazulike Amaechi (91) and Chief Jacob Cheogbu Obande (98) who served in the first Republic under Sir Abubakar...
35 The Council of State should meet now
The Council was established to unify the country, especially during crisis, like the pandemic we have now. The Council was not made to be idle. The presence of those retired Presidents and former Heads of State and former Chief Justices was to provide a...
36 The present and the past flu
The Coronavirus is a negative scientific invention. Until proved otherwise, the virus called SARS-COV-2 was made by scientists and escaped in a laboratory. It is a laboratory construct and a manipulated virus. It is not the product of natural evolution.
37 Much ado about National Security Adviser
The question is what is so special about the job of National Security Adviser that both the Police and the military have monopolised the appointment. What is wrong in a civilian becoming the National Security Adviser?
38 This House has Fallen
Since the publication there has been reactions on the book, Mr. Nicolas Okpe said "the book is typical post-colonial prejudice by western journalist". The book x-rays Nigeria's past and present problems.
39 Our involvement in xenophobia
Nigeria, now a victim, has aggressively indulged in xenophobia before.
40 Why the constitution shields the judicial officers (2)
No doubt the 1999 constitution over protects the judicial officials. Once an institution is over protected, abuse is inevitable.

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