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Fake Life and Social Media High Life: The Illusion of Reality – By Adebisi Benjamin Temidayo

  “Sincerely, I am still trying to imagine the mentality of many of our people in Nigeria with decent accommodations, at least a secondhand car and rooms apartment in the country struggling to get out of the country to take a lesser space and degrading job in foreign countries” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | JANUARY 8, 2023 I was in the ...

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ACADEMIA: Why Lecturers Are Not Rich – By Adebisi B. Temidayo

  “Academic grades are simply a result of you being able to replicate or reproduce what the teacher or author believes is true in his mind, it has nothing to deal with reality; thus, your 5.0 or 100% has nothing to do with getting paid or being qualified to be resourceful” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | JANUARY 1, 2023 Knowledge, they ...

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OPINION: Get Yourself A Gun, It’s Official – By Tola Adeniyi

  “Let it be made clear here. Nobody is inciting anybody. Matawalle has not incited anybody. At a point, government in Abuja asked people to defend themselves. Are they expected to defend themselves with their teeth or bare hands?” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | DECEMBER 31, 2022 Now it is official, coming from no less a personality and political stalwart than ...

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ARISE TV: Morality, Ethics & Criticism (1) – By Kassim Afegbua

  “I keep asking myself, does Abati have the moral ground and ethical nuance to accuse anyone of being corrupt? Not in this clime!! Does he have the morality to accuse anyone of falling short of the conditionality of ethical conduct? Not in this clime!! A man who is on bail from the EFCC dungeon over profligate consciencelessness is as ...

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MEDICINE: Failure of Foreign-Trained Doctors at the MDCN Assessment Exams: A Doom for Educational Tourism?

“The mental rigour, inconveniences, harassments, deficiencies and other family problems, which an average Nigerian student faces in the course of the study in our system should averagely make a graduate of Nigeria Tertiary Education a champion” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | DECEMBER 15, 2022 I know I am a Cassander, however, I have never missed a prophecy, since my outspokenness. Sequel ...

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MEDICINE: MDCN Witch-Hunts on Foreign-Trained Doctors? – By Adebisi Benjamin Temidayo

  “Funny enough, many administrators in Nigeria’s academia have their kids in foreign countries, meaning, the managements members themselves know that they are doing nonsense and they are not ashamed about it, as one of the representatives of the Medical Council, MDCN, was telling me her daughter was studying Medicine in Germany. What a Shame!” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | DECEMBER ...

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Politics: Atiku, Obi Split “Owners of Nigeria” By Prof. Farooq A. Kperogi

  “In this (today’s) column, I take a look at where the “owners of Nigeria” stand in their support for presidential candidates and argue that if INEC sticks to the safeguards against electoral manipulation, the voters in Nigeria will become the owners of Nigeria” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | DECEMBER 12, 2022 Ovation publisher Chief Dele Momodu popularized the expression “owners ...

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The Battle for Legalization of Same-Sex Marriage: Setting the Records Straight – By Adebisi Benjamin Temidayo

  “While the reasons for no discrimination and freedom of expression is a supportive argument in the constitution, there is no society that had given 100% support for homosexuality and the highest some could do, for the sake of sociological decency was to be “undecided” on the stance of acceptance of same-sex union” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | DECEMBER 8, 2022 ...

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X-Raying 62nd Ordinary Session of the Authority of ECOWAS Heads of State and Government – By Kichime Goyang Gotau

  “The Conundrum of total regional (West African) transition to democracy, which is facing severe threats from military coup d’état, resisting seamless change of government from one democratic leadership to another remains a drawback for the region of ECOWAS. The cases of Mali, Burkina Faso, and Guinea remains real-sector threat to our collective integrity as a region in this age ...

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Retrospectively Projecting into the Future – By Adebisi Benjamin Temidayo

  “Apparently, it is unimaginable that many folks in Academia are deceiving themselves to be engaging in research or claiming to be inventing or contributing to knowledge, which had already been established millions of years ago. Unfortunately, when you talk about God, they believe you are referring to a gathering of Christians, shouting at unseen individuals expecting signs and wonders” ...

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