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By Bolanle Bolawole

I never knew it was an interview; I had thought it was one of those “reactions” that reporters seek from members of the audience or those they think can help them flesh up or throw some insights into a story line they are pursuing – and I have done this on a couple of occasions for The Guardian reporter, Kehinde Olatunji. So I was pleasantly surprised when the last outing turned out as a full-blown interview on the very important topic of the agitation for a Yoruba nation. Titled “Our agitation is for a restructured Nigeria, not Yoruba President, says Bolawole” and published in the Tuesday, 31st January, 2023 edition of The Guardian newspaper at page 14, I felt that the views I expressed in the interview should also be shared with my readers. Please read:

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By Bola Bolawole

You must have watched the video trending on social media titled “Who handed over Nigeria to the Fulani?” Some answered by saying the departing British colonial masters handed over Nigeria to the Fulani. There is some truth in that assertion. But others, including this writer, have countered that the Southern political leaders who preferred to accept worthless positions from Northern/Fulani leaders instead of allowing for the collaboration of the East and West of the country were the ones that actually handed over Nigeria to the Fulani. If the retreating British colonial powers handed over Nigeria to the Fulani, the southern political leaders of the immediate post-colonial Nigeria had many golden opportunities to seize that power but foolishly threw it away on the altar of petty political rivalry and jealousies, personal animosities and needless grinding of axes.

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By Azu Ishiekwene

At first, he appeared to be the most unlikely candidate for the task. After his fifth attempt at running for Kenya’s presidency, surely Raila Odinga is finished, done. The only thing left perhaps was how to update his memoirs. But who needs nuggets from a loser who couldn’t put them to use himself?

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By Yusuf Ali

It's remarkable that Gov. Buni has recruited over 3,199 youth workers into the civil service since assuming office in 2019. This is part of his administration commitment to provide job opportunities for the youths, poverty alleviation and stepping up service delivery to the people.

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By Our reporter

As candidates intensify campaign for various elective positions in the build up to the forthcoming 2023 general elections in Nigeria, concern has been raised as to what extent climate change has featured on the soapbox.

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By Micheal Jegede

Like his predecessors in office, the resuscitation of the recklessly abandoned Ajaokuta Steel Company (ASCO), the largest integrated steel complex in the Sub-Saharan Africa, occupying 800 hectares of land on 24,000 hectares of an expansive greenfield area, was one of the promises President Muhammadu Buhari (PMB) made to the people of Kogi State to secure their votes in 2015.

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