Opinions

Why We Are Not Moving Forward As A Nation – By Adebisi Benjamin Temidayo

  “An average Nigerian, who has shown a little dexterity in a skill suddenly believes he knows it all; he doesn’t want to listen to others, and unfortunately, those who have found themselves in decision-making positions and all we see is disasters in administration” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | NOVEMBER 14, 2022 With over 200 million people, Nigeria has not only ...

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FOR THE RECORD: History Beckons & I will Not Be Silent (Part 1) – Chukwuma Charles Soludo, CFR

  “Let’s be clear: Peter Obi knows that he can’t and won’t win. He knows the game he is playing, and we know too; and he knows that we know. The game he is playing is the main reason he didn’t return to APGA. The brutal truth (and some will say, God forbid) is that there are two persons/parties seriously ...

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ECONOMY: The Problems, Prognosis and Prospects As Nigeria Redesigns The Naira (₦) Currency

  “All customers who deposited their Naira notes, those depositing and those who would be depositing are eagerly waiting for December 15. The DMBs are also waiting for the said date. Meanwhile, there is a cashless policy waiting to hit all Nigerians by January 2023” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | NOVEMBER 11, 2022 The announcement by the Central Bank of Nigeria, ...

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Opinion: A Case For Yoruba Unity – By Lasisi Olagunju

  “With the die of the 2023 election already cast, every foul should be deemed fair. And if the beautiful bride won’t acquiesce quietly, why not use the old way of seize-and-run? Bride-kidnap long existed in Yorubaland. It was witnessed in the hinterlands up till the mid-1970s. And now, I wonder why no one saw the abduction of a girl ...

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PERSPECTIVES : Mallam Abdulkarim Muhammad Abdullahi: A Left-Wing Idealist’s Tortuous Journeys In Combat Zones Of Nigeria’s Political Spaces

  “It is to be noted that the formation of CPC (whose Charter was written by Mallam Abdulkarim) was anchored essentially on fighting for social justice, equity, and fairness, and among the leading lights to embrace that ideology was Muhammadu Buhari, the Party’s Founder and Godfather who also contested the Presidential elections under the party’s platform in 2011” PEGASUS REPORTERS, ...

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That Assassination Attempt On Apostle Suleiman: Issues Arising – By Oyakhamoh Y. Carl-Abu’Bakar

  “He (Apostle Suleiman) was returning from Benin City when hoodlums attacked him at Auchi; during the attack three policemen, two drivers, a female domestic staff, were killed while one another domestic staff got missing during the attack.” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | OCTOBER 24, 2022 While kidnapping for ransom and banditry is seemingly a piece of daily news to the ...

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NIGERIA: What Is Still Holding Us Back! – Adebisi Benjamin Temidayo

  “Unfortunately, for us as a nation, many of my contemporaries have lost hope in Nigeria and have only resorted to leaving the country in the common term ‘Japa’; in the bid for greener pastures. However and sadly, too, these folks have travelled to engage in menial jobs, with less dignity, compared with what they had in Nigeria, and the ...

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Nigeria Decides 2023: Tinubu, The Only Candidate With Capacity That Nigeria Needs After Buhari – Kassim Afegbua

  “I have declared publicly that I will support any Southern candidate in line with my belief that you must balance the algorithms of power to keep the momentum of national development going. I am supporting Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s aspiration because he appeals to me as a man that is more grounded to lead the country” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS ...

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Politics: Peter Obi, The Day Will Soon Break – Rèmí Oyèyemí

  “Eighth, his statistical quotes are mind-bogglingly wrong, misleading, confusing, and misinforming. This points to a howling hollowness, spooky shallowness, and putrid half-education, which is more destructive than lack of education in itself. Is this your *”alternative to the status quo?” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | OCTOBER 2, 2022 First, you must convince people like me that the FEAR OF IGBO ...

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