#EndSARS Youths: BOXED BUT NOT CAGED

Opinion Nigerian government’s porosity is when lies turned blue and yet remains inelastic contingencies for endless injurious stories. When the truth is inked as a watermark, it will be hard to extract it from the host. Nigeria’s leadership in 1960 is not the same as present people of values linkage and ooze leadership strength. I wonder why sincerity is an obsolete signalized feature of supposedly common sense of so-called leaders but flesh eaters and vision killers Can Nigerian youth surface with a highly sophisticated drive that’s beyond analog mindset and…

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Hunger or Theft? As Masses Loot Hoarded Palliatives In Senator’s Home

Masses have invaded the residence of Teslim Folarin, the senator representing Oyo Central Senatorial district. The angry youths looted several new motorcycles at the Oluyole home of the lawmaker. Other materials carted away are freezers, grinding machines and other valuables. Many of such incidents have been recorded where the homes of various government officials and palliative storage have been looted in the last 48 hours. Earlier today, some hoodlums also looted materials at the home of a former deputy speaker of the House of Representatives, Lasun Yusuff, in Osun State.…

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EndSARS: Ooni hosts Obasanjo, begs youth protesters, commends Oyetola

The Arole Oduduwa & Ooni of Ife, Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II, on Monday played host to former President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo at his Ile Oodua Palace, Ile-Ife, during which he appealed to the youths calling for the cancelation of the disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad of the Nigeria Police to retreat. Ooni Ogunwusi who described the #EndSARS struggle as Nigerian youths clear message to the government, particularly about their ability to get things done in a coordinated manner, urged the youths to allow the government to fully attend to…

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60 YEARS OF POST-INDEPENDENCE: SECURING THE FUTURE OF THE NIGERIAN YOUTHS THROUGH NEO-PAN AFRICANISM

– Opiah Emmanuel Today, the 1st of October, Nigeria shall be celebrating 60 years of independence from the vivid claws of the British Empire. There has been a long lived misconception that the said date is the day that Nigeria celebrates her ‘birthday.’ However, it is pertinent to note that October 1st is not by any justification the ‘birthday’ of our great motherland, Nigeria. If at all any date of colonial existence is to be regarded as the birthday of Nigeria, then it would definitely be the date of the…

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