Browsing: Femi Otedola

“When the rich wage war, it’s the poor who die.” That was Jean-Paul Sartre’s summation in: “The Devil and the Good Lord.” Nigerians found themselves embroiled in yet another chapter of an endless, vexatious, and scandalous war. The war against greed. The war against this nation’s untreatable sickness. The war against aggressive hyper-corruption

Apparently miffed by PDP’s reaction to President Buhari’s well publicized interview on Arise Television, Lukman says it is a ‘patently political fact’ that the opposition party is efficient only at mismanaging public resources; and that without any attempt to reform itself, its leaders want to take advantage of the challenges facing Nigerians to win elections.

The termination of the relationship followed the loss on Saturday of the team to Brighton in the team’s second EPL game since the return to action after the lifting of the ban occasioned by Coronavirus Disease