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By Michael Ayotunde A movement, no doubt, may have started in Nigeria. The feeling here and there is spectacularly electrifying. In a manner that defy explanation, the movement is gathering steam, angling to snowball into an unimaginable force to reckon with – in a nation that is naturally not in sync with revolution or whatever...
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This is clearly not the best time for the proponent of ‘Code of practice’ for the regulation of social media. Ostensibly in a deft move, the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) had in a press release made available through the agency’s Head of Corporate Affairs and External Relations, Hadiza Umar (Mrs), said the new...
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By Abiodun Fanoro Characteristic of the tradition of the Nigerian government, it has condemned the terror attack on St. Francis Catholic Church, Owo, Ondo State and has made the usual promise to fish out the perpetrators, a promise that has been severally made in the past but had yielded little or nothing, especially in the...
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Was that another recap of the real Murder in the Cathedral? ‘Murder in the Cathedral’ by the famous Poet, T. S. Eliot, is a verse drama which was first performed in 1935. The drama depicted the assassination of Archbishop Thomas Becket in Canterbury Cathedral during the reign of Henry II in 1170. In what look...