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YOU NEWS editorial on Osinbajo’s helicopter crash : 3 key points

An accident victim needs to be detained and examined for internal bruises and hemorrhage. YOU NEWS just watched the video of the helicopter crash involving the Vice President and we verily believe  Osinbajo’s medical aides ought to make their expert opinion  count,  and medically ‘detain’ him . Why should they allow the VP to continue with his duties despite the ...

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Oyo gov, Ajimobi abuses those who didn’t stand to greet him @ event

Mr. Constituted Authority is at it again! In what people say it is his usual manner, outgoing Governor Abiola Ajimobi of our state, last week  talked down  on those who didn’t stand up to greet him at an event. The video, which was recorded by one of the ‘top’ guests, is currently trending on the social media. It was a ...

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Life lesson from how award winning journalist died

In April 1994, Carter’s photograph of a starving Sudanese child being eyed by a vulture won the Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography. The vulture was waiting for the starving Sudanese girl to die and feast on her, during the 1993 famine in Sudan, taken by Kevin Carter, a South African photojournalist. Kevin however lived just a few months to enjoy ...

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Canada S/Court hails Disfellowshipping arrangement of Jehovah’s Witnesses

In the case of Highwood Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses (Judicial Committee) v. Wall, the Supreme Court of Canada unanimously decided on May 31, 2018, that “religious groups are free to determine their own membership and rules,” thus recognizing that the disfellowshipping arrangement should remain free from court intervention. The Supreme Court of Canada building (pictured left) in Ottawa. The Court concluded that the ...

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Tanker explosion: Let’s talk about solutions

The problem with us in Nigeria is that we fail to learn from mistakes. In a civilized country when things like this happen they set up a committee to investigate the root cause so that measures would be put in place to forestall future occurrence. Although accidents must happened. It is the law of nature called Murphy’s Law.Our job is ...

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EDITORIAL : Alex Ekwueme (1932-2017)

The death last Sunday, November 19, 2017 of Dr. Alex Ifeanyichukwu Ekwueme, GCON in a London hospital was another big blow to the ranks of eminent statesmen, dedicated public servants and principled politicians in Nigeria. He was 85 years old and had reportedly suffered from a chest infection. After collapsing at his residence in Enugu on October 28, he was ...

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Aso Villa and the audacity of rats by Reuben Abati

“What’s that sound I am hearing? ”“What sound?” “I thought I heard something like miaow, miaow…” “Oh my cats…oh yes…” “Are you now breeding cats?” “Not really. But I have just joined a group of concerned Nigerians who are planning to go to the Presidential Villa in Abuja to help sort out this issue of rats that invaded the President’s ...

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The unspoken message in Buhari’s voice note, by Azu Ishiekwene

I don’t know the last time Osinbajo spoke with Buhari – assuming he has done so at all – in the last 50 days, but I think it should concern him that the reputation of the government, which he heads even in acting capacity, is unraveling rapidly When the Presidency decided that it would not make any statement about President ...

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Ooni of Ife v oba of Lagos: NEWS ANALYSIS

A video showing a mild drama between the Ooni of Ife and the Oba of Lagos surfaced online wherein the latter snubbed the courtesies extended to him by the former. I’m aghast by the public show of ridicule and disregard. What Oba Akiolu did is shameful and unworthy of royalty. That he even did that to the Ooni Adimula is sacrilegious ...

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