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The pains we suffer in building the nation!

By Basheer Luqman Olarewaju ‘Building the Nation’ by Henry Barlow presents a story of a Driver and a Personal Secretary on how they contribute to...

Kwara Poly Auditorium: Vision of Rear Admiral Muhammed Alabi Lawal

By Basheer Luqman Olarewaju Apart from journeying through the frontal gate of the Kwara State Polytechnic (Main Campus), Ilorin, the first time I would step...

Kwara State and the crossroads of governance

By Basheer Luqman Olarewaju The democratic government is known and widely accepted for being responsible, responsive, accountable to the generality of the people. It has...

One day, the river will overflow

By Basheer Luqman Olarewaju In this week's column on 'People in the Spotlight', I put forth the importance of engaging the leaders with the constructive...

United we stand: Lessons from Ivory Coast legend, Didier Drogba

By Basheer Luqman Olarewaju Al-Merrikh Stadium, in Sudan's second largest city of Omdurman, is not one of the world's great gladiatorial arenas. Yet this small...

Dear Gov AA, beware of ‘analysis paralysis’

By Basheer Luqman Olarewaju The executive governor of Kwara State, Mallam AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq has developed a co-operative approach to decision-making as he understands that his...

Nigeria and “bitter honey” Independence Day celebration

By Basheer Luqman Olarewaju The security crisis seizing Nigeria these days is kidnapping for ransom. A few months ago, the spotlight was on violent conflict...

Sports as a way to our national unity

By Yusuf Mutiu Olaitan On Thursday 23rd, September while I was leaving the campus in a shuttle with three of my friends, along with us...

Cybercrime: A time to evict black sheeps in Ilorin

By Basheer Luqman Olarewaju Every society has its fair share of security challenges, but when the state of insecurity increases by the day, and then...

President Buhari’s trousers: a diversional therapy from what is mattermost

By Basheer Luqman Olarewaju With oil prices falling, inflation, unfavourable government policies, monetary policies, inadequate infrastructures and power supply, inadequate health facilities, alarming rate of...

Exercise is medicine

By Yusuf Mutiu Olaitan The most dependable drug without a negative anyone in the world could trust is exercise. And it's widely believed that the...

The flip side of leadership is followership

By Basheer Luqman Olarewaju The connection between the quadripartite social obligation - - initiative, administration, followership and political execution is broadly perceived and acknowledged. Further...
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