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  • Why Is There So Much Hate In the Land? (2) by Morak Babajide-Alabi
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    Why Is There So Much Hate In the Land? (2)

    by Morak Babajide-Alabi Continued from last week. The taxi finally rolled to a stop. The driver turned around. With a broad smile, he said: “We don reach o (meaning: We have gotten to the destination.)” I ignored him, as I did not want him to interrupt my trail of thoughts for a few minutes. I…

  • Why Is There So Much Hate In The Land? (1), by Morak Babajide-Alabi
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    Why Is There So Much Hate In The Land? (1)

    by Morak Babajide-Alabi “To hate, to love, to think, to feel, to see, all this is nothing but to perceive,” by David Hume. I shifted on the sofa, stretched out my legs and adjusted my head to allow a clear breathing passage. I have a few more minutes to waste before I start the arduous…

  • Could The Prince Be Guilty By Association? by Morak Babajide-Alabi
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    Could The Prince Be Guilty By Association? 

    By Morak Babajide-Alabi You imagine your associations. Those people you closely connect with… the conversations you have… all profoundly influence your thinking and actions. You slowly become the sum of the people closest to you. Choose them wisely…” by Adeila Akoo. There is no better advice for Prince Andrew than this offered in the quote…

  • Flood, Elections and Halloween Bon Fire Night, By Morak Babajide-Alabi
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    Flood, Elections and Halloween Bon Fire Night

    By Morak Babajide-Alabi Last week some parts of the United Kingdom’s witnessed torrential rainfall which brought hardships to the people. Day after day and night after night the heavens opened up and released rain equivalent of what the country could have witnessed probably in a month. Dubbed the “biblical rain”, it caused many disruptions on…

  • An Early UK Election, A Dance On People’s Choice, by Morak Babajide-Alabi
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    An Early UK Election, A Dance On People’s Choice

    By Morak Babajide-Alabi The British politics took a turn last week when the political parties, for once, spoke in unison and dramatically agreed to a snap general election in December. What is surprising about the sudden turn around is that 24 hours earlier the opposition parties had unanimously rejected Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister’s call…

  • The World Has Lost Its Touch of Humanity, by Morak Babajide-Alabi
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    The World Has Lost Its Touch of Humanity

    By Morak Babajide-Alabi “We are in the end times,” my friend screamed down the end of the phone. I was alarmed by his tone and the fact that he could not offer a simple “hello” when I connected to him. He is not one to forget his manners, and this made me wonder what could…

  • Nigeria At 59: No Joy For Majority of The Citizens, by Morak Babajide-Alabi
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    Nigeria At 59: No Joy For Majority of The Citizens

    by Morak Babajide-Alabi In a few days, Nigeria would be marking her 59th independence anniversary. It is indeed a time for celebrations as fifty-nine years in the life of a human being is not an easy feat, talk less of a country. This is symbolic, especially for a country that has been through many events…

  • Jo Takes The Centre Stage, Hoping To Cancel BREXIT, by Morak Babajide-Alabi
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    Jo Takes The Centre Stage, Hoping To Cancel BREXIT

    By Morak Babajide-Alabi The chances of Jo Swinson, the leader of the United Kingdom’s Liberal Democrat occupying 10 Downing Street in the nearest future are very slim. She is, for now, a long shot at the post of the Prime Minister, but not because she does not have the qualities or capabilities. No. She comes…

  • Mugabe: A Lesson To Other African Leaders, by Morak Babajide-Alabi
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    Mugabe: A Lesson To Other African Leaders 

    by Morak Babajide-Alabi Two Fridays ago, the final curtains closed in on the former strongman of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe. We woke up to the news of his passing away at a Singaporean hospital, thousands of miles away from Harare, the capital city of Zimbabwe. There is no pretence that his death was a shock or…

  • Boris Johnson Struggles To Walk The BREXIT Talk, by Morak Babajide-Alabi
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    Boris Johnson Struggles To Walk The BREXIT Talk

    By Morak Babajide-Alabi Let us be honest here. We had at a time in recent past admired Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Some of us had argued that he might (just might) represent the latter-day messiah that will lead the British people out of the “wilderness” (as termed by some people)…

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