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Thursday 17 January 2019
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Category: Articles

OPINION: WHY BAYELSA DEPUTY SPEAKER LOST

By Sam Dogitimi Opinions expressed by Sayelba Times’ Contributors are their own....

PARTING SHOTS: On Election Riggers and Their Fans

By Fortune God’sSon Alfred   The earlier we all come to the realisation that no one man or group of men is/are (as the case may...

OPINION:Baba now that you are there…

By Godled Adams   We have seen over the years, how you have aligned yourself with running mates of Christian backgrounds, Pastors and...

OPINION: The suicide in Udengs Eradiri’s Continued Reign as IYC President

By Lloyd Lloyd Opinions expressed by Sayelba Times Contributors are their own.    To hon Kuku, TK ogoriba, Dr oboko bello, Von...

MATTERS ARISING IN THE NIGERIAN POLITICAL SPACE

Political Note By Sami F. Okpolagha-Abel Follow him @Dapoetlover Opinions expressed by Sayelba Times Contributors are their own...

National Prosperity: Cross Referencing & Envisioning How Women, PopCulture & Hip-Hop Effect and STEM Can meet with impact for future Economic Growth

By Ebisike Ebube George   @ebubeonline   The fusion of both is critical to youth intellectual power, leadership, crime indices,...

OPINION: SICKNESS, FIRE AND SELECTIVE MEMORIES: REFLECTIONS ON THE EVE OF A PIVOTAL GENERAL ELECTION

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GOODLUCK IS NOT THE PROBLEM – IS BUHARI THE SOLUTION?

By Ken Lewis-Allagoa Esq.   We are a people who are very religious – Christians and Muslims. Yet there is evidence that majority of...

Nigerian Elections: “Better an Ex-dictator Than A Weak President” By Colin Freeman

Mohammedu Buhari may be a ruthless and ageing former dictator but he is neck and neck in the polls leading up to Nigeria’s...

OPINION: APC – A Party Of Deception And Heinous Lies – By Iyoha John Darlington

Opinions expressed By Sayelba Times Contributors are their own Ignoramus like him are better off tending flocks in the desert cotton fields...