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Lessons from Ijebu-Jesa, by abiodun KOMOLAFE

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“Two things define you: your patience when you have nothing and your your attitude when you have everything. Every artist dips his brush in his own soul and paints his own nature into his pictures.” – Henry Ward Beecher Ijebu-Jesa has a new king and his name is Moses Ilufemiloye Agunsoye! May God’s name be praised! To start with, I ...

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Osun, UNICEF and Social Protection, By abiodun KOMOLAFE

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Conscious of the State of Osun’s leading roles in the enhancement of livelihoods and a life of dignity among Nigerians, the United Nations International Children’s Education Fund (UNICEF) recently led Lagos, Delta, Zamfara and twelve other states to Osun to understudy how its policies and programmes, anchored on the administration’s Six Integral Action Plan, have positively impacted the lives of ...

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Re: Squandering Governors Rolling Out The Drums, By abiodun KOMOLAFE

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Nigeria is, as we speak, challenged and all eyes can see it! No thanks to past leaders who, in their selfish wisdom, ate all of the country’s honey, thereby leaving it with nothing but moonshine. Nonetheless, Yemi Adebowale’s blanket swipe at Nigerian governors (as espoused in his article, entitled, ‘Squandering Governors Rolling out the Drums’ (Thisday, June 10, 2017) cannot ...

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Isiaka Adeleke and the Cult of Hypocrites, by abiodun KOMOLAFE

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Though it is difficult to believe that Isiaka Adetunji Adeleke has gone to be with his Maker, the truth, if we must admit, is that the former governor of Osun State and two-term Nigerian senator is gone forever and will be sorely missed! In a similar development, while the family’s rejection of the autopsy report conducted on his remains is ...

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The succession battle in Osun! By abiodun KOMOLAFE

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Let  me  start  by  declaring  that, no  matter  the  difficulties  encountered  on  Osun  State’s  journey  to  greatness, I’m  of  the  tribe  of  Caleb;  a  harbinger  of  good  report  and  nothing  seems  capable  of  obliterating  this  perception  buttressed  by  what  is  on  the  ground. Having  said  that,  let  me  also  confess  that  I  did  not  originate  the  title  of  this  article. ...

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