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IBADAN: The Changing times | Sayo Aluko

Two nights ago, when Adetunji called to inform me that he was relocating (back) to Ibadan from Lagos, the excitement in his voice instantly...

LAUTECH CRISIS: An Emotionless Exegesis | by Sunday Adeniran-Awe

Whether unintended or deliberate, it is now a fact that years of layered maladministration and fiscal mismanagement are the hunk harbingers of the hurtful...

An Open Letter to Rashidi Adewolu Ladoja – A call to...

The year was 2008, the 28th of August precisely, it happened to be one of the saddest days of my life as a passionate...

Oyo Students to Ladoja – “Return looted funds to rescue our...

Unconventional as it sounds, yet, this has perfect sense written all over it, especially when the long-suffering of these students is put into consideration....

Why the infrastructural development of Oyo state must be sustained |...

"I know the road to development and modernization is difficult; I know that it is long and I also know that the next stages...

How did Ibadan and Oyo state become this peaceful? | Olusoji...

If you knew Oyo state, and indeed Ibadan, before now, you would have no choice but feel compelled by objectivity to write about the...

Ibadan, you are too old to be this DIRTY

Ibadan. Forget all the avoidable denseness that Governor 'Booda Isiaka' Ajimobi spilled some weeks ago, in fact, also forget the ever-alluring insignia of flawless Amala...

Ajimobi and his dastardly cronies are not to blame; WE have...

Ajimobi and people like him are the beasts they are because we LET them. They see you as a fellow human being when they need...

Gov Ajimobi and his urchin umbrage – why I am not...

When I saw the video, I wasn't at all surprised, considering how up close I've seen the typical Nigerian politician in their full panoply of...

Governor Ajimobi disgraces himself as he mocks and threatens protesting LAUTECHS...

Senator Ajimobi the sitting governor of Oyo state thinks that young students should call him "Oga" while addressing their grievances in a public space....