Pen-voice

DEATH DEATH,the five letter word is the most dreaded word in the life of every living thing. Man being a sentient being understands it deep when it is the subject on the desk. He catches cold as it forces him into dual contrasting state of morbidity and sobriety. Man has overtime put his ingenuity to…

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Pen-voice

Pen voiceWomen are continually victims of unjust creeds prescribed by a patriarchally crafty society that decides who women are, and what their roles are. When a man chooses to be unfaithful to his wife,there is nothing to it.He gets away with it,riding on the horse of entitlement of being “the man”,and as an African,can have…

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APC’s Broken Promises: Tinubu Bears Heavier Burden Than Buhari – Laolu Akande

Laolu Akande, former spokesman of Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo, says Nigeria needs bold leaders to confront the country’s multifaceted challenges, especially security and economic problems. He made this known on Inside Sources with Laolu Akande aired on Channels Television on Friday. According to him, leaders must be honest and courageous to overcome the challenges in the…

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OPINION] Governor Makinde and his explosion report – Abimbola Adelakun

On the unfortunate explosion that rocked Ibadan earlier this month, Governor Seyi Makinde has demonstrated an adeptness that is probably unequalled anywhere. Within 24 hours, he had announced that the explosion was due to the activities of “illegal miners.” Even though the declaration was relatively swift, it was not unthinkable if he had some facts or intelligence…

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OPINION] Nigerian Army and the ‘discipline’ problem – Abimbola Adelakun

Thursday, 18 January 2024 06:56 In the recent instances where some officers of the Nigerian Army have brought the institution to some disrepute, the defence in their official statements tends to emphasise the military ethos of ‘discipline.’ For instance, when the Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Lagbaja, commented on the soldier(s) who insulted the…

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[OPINION] Class suicide and radical empathy: Tinubu’s putative transformation – Jideofor Adibe

Latest News Tuesday, 16 January 2024 12:42 IT was Amilcar Cabral, the revolutionary socialist leader of the national liberation movement in Guinea-Bissau who formulated the theory of class suicide. He explained it as the act of dying to the privileged class of one’s birth or circumstance by sacrificing one’s own advantages in favour of full…

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