Category: The Injustice Blog

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EditorSeptember 25, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] How effective are political office holders in serving the people?

Political office holders in Nigeria regale us with the tale of how they left their “lucrative” work and business to ...

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EditorSeptember 25, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] How distinguished is Godswill Akpabio?

Senator Godswill Akpabio, the “uncommon” former governor of Akwa Ibom was a man that regales so much in power as ...

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EditorSeptember 21, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] Ignorance would not end the killings in Lagos island, this would

The recurrent clash on Lagos island, that has been a part of the area for years is taking a dramatic ...

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EditorSeptember 21, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] Like Badoo, Edgal Imohimi must crush this too

For more than a year, the ‘Badoo’ killings was the talk of the town in Ikorodu, Lagos. It started from ...

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Omoleye OmoruyiSeptember 21, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] When will the government check the unending crisis in Lagos Island?

Lagos Island also known as Isale Eko is the principal and central local government area in Lagos. It was initially ...

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Omoleye OmoruyiSeptember 20, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] How well is the APC government tolerating the Nigerian Press?

The APC government led by President Muhammadu Buhari in the build up to the 2015 presidential elections faced a very ...

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Omoleye OmoruyiSeptember 20, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] NUJ needs to start acting, and stop “barking”

Briefly, the Nigerian Union of Journalists (NUJ) is the umbrella body of all journalists in the country; established on March ...

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Omoleye OmoruyiSeptember 20, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] The ban of journalists in Imo is quite an aberration

It is said that power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. So was the case of the Imo governor, Owelle ...

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Omoleye OmoruyiSeptember 18, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] Just before the military starts another exercise in the Southsouth and Southwest

While the nation is still grappling with the tensions created by the ongoing Operation Python Dance II in the Southeast, ...

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Omoleye OmoruyiSeptember 18, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] Are we not over-stretching our Military?

The Speaker of the Federal House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara in Abuja on July 4, 2017, at a capacity/ Interactive ...

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Omoleye OmoruyiSeptember 16, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] The adverse effects of establishing another Public Institution in Ogun

The Ogun state government just established a new Polytechnic in Ipokia, Ogun west Senatorial District of the state, which, according ...

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Omoleye OmoruyiSeptember 16, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] Amosun, why establish another Higher Institution?

The legendary late Chinua Achebe in his book, The trouble with Nigeria aptly captures our leadership failure as follows: “The ...

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Omoleye OmoruyiSeptember 15, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] How the FG polarised labour unions against Nigerians

Bearing any last minute decision, the United Labour Congress (ULC) under the leadership of Comrade Joe Ajaero, will today embark ...

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Omoleye OmoruyiSeptember 15, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] The rot in Nigerian Labour Unions, an outward reflection of Nigeria

The labour movement in Nigeria that used to be one entity now has three factions. The NLC, the TUC and ...

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Omoleye OmoruyiSeptember 14, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] When will the Consumer Protection Council live up to its responsibility?

The Consumer Protection Council (CPC), is an agency under the supervision of the Federal Ministry of Trade and Investment was ...

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Omoleye OmoruyiSeptember 14, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] The Nigeria Aviation sector is now at its lowest ebb

The Nigerian Aviation industry is currently at its lowest ebb. The sector that used to be the cash cow of ...

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Omoleye OmoruyiSeptember 14, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] The ‘unpeaceful’ operations of Air Peace

Peace is defined as a state free of oppressive and unpleasant thoughts and emotions. The experience of three passengers, aboard ...

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Omoleye OmoruyiSeptember 13, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] Is President Buhari uniting or dividing Nigeria?

A Facebook user posted this on her timeline yesterday September 12, 2017: “Niger Delta – Operation Crocodile Smile Boko Haram ...

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Omoleye OmoruyiSeptember 13, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] Lest we commit the Mohammed Yusuf error

A British anthropologist and UN messenger of Peace, Jane Goodall in one of her famous quote said: Change happens by ...

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Omoleye OmoruyiSeptember 13, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] Examining Operation Python Dance II as an act of provocation

The Nigerian Army on Sunday, September 10, 2017 launched a military operation in South Eastern states – Codenamed, Operation Python ...

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Omoleye OmoruyiSeptember 12, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] Is there no food in the Food Basket?

Benue State workers are currently on strike to protest the non-payment of their salaries for the past nine months. The ...

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Omoleye OmoruyiSeptember 6, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] The allegation against IGP Idris: Another test for Buhari’s anti-corruption campaign

The poster language of the APC campaign during the 2015 elections, was “war against corruption”. And the “war”… two years ...

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Omoleye OmoruyiSeptember 6, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] When will Ibrahim Idris resign?

It is no news that public and political office holders describe resignation as a step that must not be taken. ...

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Omoleye OmoruyiSeptember 6, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] Misau vs Idris: Who is the kettle and who is the pot?

The late Fela Anikulapo-Kuti in one of his popular track sang as follows: You be thief (I no be thief) ...

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Omoleye OmoruyiSeptember 5, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] Who will save Ago-Egun from impending destruction?

“All I do these days is hang around the neighbourhood and hope that the tide increases so I can go ...

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EditorSeptember 5, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] Who is Lagos liveable for?

The Economist Magazine in its annual world liveable cities ranking, ranked Lagos as the second least liveable cities in the ...

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musicblogSeptember 5, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] Lagos waterfront communities in the eye of the storm

In Lagos, waterfront communities were the earliest form of habitation for Lagosians centuries, a situation which exists till date. The ...

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AzeezAugust 30, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] How impactful is PINE and Victim Support Fund?

The recent attack on staff of International Medical aid Corp, by Internally Displaced Persons in Gubio IDP camp Maiduguri, Borno ...

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AzeezAugust 30, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] IDPs attack on humanitarian workers is the price to pay for ignorance

The originator of the popular saying, “If education is expensive try ignorance” might not have predicted that the price for ...

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AzeezAugust 30, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] That shameful attack by IDPs on humanitarian aid workers

Nigeria was placed on the world map again on Saturday, August, 26, 2017, though for a very negative reason. Staff ...

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