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You see, the internet and social media is filled with a lot of stirrup, that is gradually driving emotional narratives that are far from the fact and the truth.
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Lagos State has been at the center of political discourse in Nigeria, with various narratives being manipulated to sway public opinion. The need to examine some of these narratives and separate fact from fiction is key!

1/ Tribalism and Ethnic Bias: The narrative of tribalism
and ethnic bias is a common tool used to manipulate Lagos politics.

This narrative tries to pit different ethnic groups against each other and create the impression that one group is favored over the others. But the truth is that Lagos is a melting pot of different cultures,
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Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour is a Nigerian public speaker, author, and consultant who has been active in various fields such as education, politics, and public affairs. Here's a closer look at his engagements and controversies:
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Rhodes-Vivour holds a Bachelor's degree in Economics and Political Science from the University of Essex, UK, and a Master's degree in Political Science from the University of Lagos, Nigeria.
In respect to the past actions of GRV, it's obvious that he has been involved in several political activities without making headways.
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November 17, 1993, Gen. Sani Abacha leads a military coup in Nigeria that overthrows the government of Ernest Shonekan.

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on November 10, 1993, the Shonekan-led ING was declared illegal in a ruling at the Lagos High Court presided over by Justice Dolapo Akinsanya. Back in October, as previously noted, a case had been brought by Moshood Abiola and
Baba Gana Kingibe to declare the ING illegal, null and void. The lead Attorney for the Federal Ministry of Justice, Mr. Dele Jegede, advised the court that Decree # 61, which was supposedly the legal basis of the ING, did not exist.
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Meet Esther Okade, the 16-year-old Nigerian math genius who bagged her PhD in Financial Mathematics by age 14

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Isah Auwal Barde, 17 years old Nigerian 🇳🇬 teenager from Kano State invents robot using exoskeleton remote control. The young and talented teenager has always been a lover of robots since childhood.
His passion for creativity and innovation started long ago and has been building up creative devices since childhood. His current innovation took him two years to complete because he could not afford the materials to build the robot, Isah started to collect local materials
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Avert Rejection by avoiding these common errors in your PERSONAL STATEMENT!


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For students or professionals seeking to advance their study abroad, your personal statement is an important factor in getting an unconditional offer. It can make or mar your chances.

To avert rejections and land that admission, avoid these common errors.

#Travel #ASUU

Having a good plan allows you to structure your letter and pick out the points that are applied to your application such as background, achievements, academic background, motivation, etc

#academictwitter #ASUUstrike
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Brief History Of Ilaje People – The Waterside Yorubas in Ondo, Ogun, Lagos and Delta

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The Ilajes are a distinct migratory coastal linguistic group of Yoruba

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Peoples spread along the coastal belts of Ondo, Ogun, Lagos and Delta states and originally made up of four geo-political entities, namely: Ode Ugbo, Ode Mahin, Ode Etikan and Aheri. While most towns and villages in the Mahin kingdom (Ode Mahin) are distributed on arable lands,
the towns and villages in the other three geo-politics of Ugbo, Aheri and Etikan kingdoms are spread out along the beaches and swampy terrains of the Atlantic Ocean coast.

The people of Ilaje are a very versatile, dynamic set of individuals. Ilaje is located in Ondo State
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Oko Oloyun - How Popular Traditional medicine practitioner Fatai Yusuf was murdered by Unknown Gunmen

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Popular Lagos-based traditional medicine practitioner Fatai Yusuf,

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popularly known as Oko Oloyun was shot dead

Oko Oloyun is the manufacturer of Yoyo Bitters and Fijk Flusher. Both herbal products are popular in Nigeria’s southwest region.

Oko Oloyun was reportedly travelling from Lagos to Iseyin in Oyo State, where he recently
commissioned a big building for business.

It was Alleged that fraud was discovered in his company few hours before he was killed

The police said he was hit by a bullet after suspected assassin shot at his vehicle about 4:30 pm on Eruwa-Igbo-Ora road
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While Ngige is busy selling them out, APC is actively campaigning. In order to improve public universities, #ASUU is always prepared to go on strike till after the election. #OsunDecides2022 ought to serve as both an eye-opener and a hint to them.
The APC should see to it that the ASUU strike is called off and extend its regrets to the lecturers as well as the students. They are outraged. It's revenge time in 2023.
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History of Egbado People of Ogun State

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The Egbado appear to have migrated - possibly from the Ketu, Ile-Ife, or Oyo - to their current area early in the 18th century.

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The Egbado appear to have migrated - possibly from the Ketu, Ile-Ife, or Oyo - to their current area early in the 18th century.

Egbado towns, most importantly Ilaro, Ayetoro, Afon, Imeko, Ipokia and Igbogila, were established in the 18th century to take advantage
of the slave trade routes from the inland Oyo empire to the coast at Porto-Novo.

Other towns were Ilobi and Ijanna, which were strategic in protecting the flanks of the slaving routes. The Egbados' were subject to the rule of the Oyo kingdom, which managed
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Yoruba Indigenous People of Togo

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The Yoruba Territory in Togo is called Atakpame. Their ancestors migrated to the togo when tribal wars raged in 17th century

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The Yoruba Territory in Togo is called Atakpame. These are the ones whose ancestors migrated to the West African country when tribal wars raged in the 17th century.

"The majority of these Ife settlers migrated from Ija-Oku in former Dahomey into the Togolese territory
and subsequently founded the city of Atapkame all of who migrated from Ile-Ife.

The Battle of Atakpamé was an armed confrontation between the Ashanti Empire and neighboring Akan Allies under the leadership of the Kingdom of Akyem who joined up with the Oyo Empire and the
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The Owu-Ife War (1821-1828)

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It was a bloody conflict that broke out between the people of Ile-Ife and natives of the neighbouring town of Owu between 1821/1828

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The Owu-Ife war, as its name denotes, was a bloody conflict that broke out between the people of Ile-Ife and natives of the neighbouring town of Owu between 1821 and 1828. Its significance lies in the fact that it was a war that opened the gate of tragedy for other
wars in Yoruba land.

Causes of the Owu-Ife War

Owu-Ife war broke out barely four years after the collapse of the Old Oyo empire. On the surface, the war outbreak was the result of a disagreement between two market women over five cowries. The main cause, however, was the hatred
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The OBIdient movement is gathering Alot of attention and they may want to take him out.
#PeterObi4President2023 #ASUU Kaduna, Fayose, The Prophet, Steve, RIP 44, Sowore, #odunlade, #postinor, Shola, Ed Sheeran, My President

#PeterObi4President2023 #ASUU Kaduna, Fayose, The Prophet, Steve, RIP 44, Sowore, #odunlade, #postinor, Shola, Ed Sheeran, My President, Deji, Vini, Burna, Femi, Adebayo, R Kelly, Benue

#PeterObi4President2023 #ASUU Kaduna, Fayose, The Prophet, Steve, RIP 44, Sowore, #odunlade, #postinor, Shola, Ed Sheeran, My President, Deji, Vini, Burna, Femi, Adebayo, R Kelly, Benue
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Peter Obi Finally Replies Those Saying He Has 'No Structure'

“Whenever I hear of NO STRUCTURE, my answer to it is simple; the 100 million Nigerians that live in poverty will be the structure.
The 35 million Nigerians who don't know where their next meal will come from will be the structure. The elderly; our mothers, fathers, the old ones that are dying or being owed gratuity, pension will be the structure.
#ASUU; the lecturers that are being owed, the students who are not in school will be the structure. We'll create the structure, and they'll see what the structure is all about. The structure is about human beings.” — Labour Party Presidential Candidate.

© Peter Obi
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The Real Story of MKO Abiola, The popular June 12 Election and death.

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The political turmoil endured by the citizens of Nigeria...

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during the final decades of the twentieth century was led by a varied group of individuals. One of the most influential was Moshood Abiola (1937-1998), a Nigerian businessman educated in Scotland. He climbed to the top of several corporate ladders, building a
political and financial empire.

Moshood Kashimawa Olawale Abiola was born into a poor family in Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria on August 24, 1937. Abiola received his primary education at Baptist Boys' High School and earned a scholarship to attend the University of Glasgow,
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Since this is for “Dr”, those of us “unlettered” like my humble self are of the opinion that the problem isn’t about ASUU & govt so your protest should rather focus on educational reform

The current funding system of our public university is unsustainable…
It’s rather unfortunate that none of the contributors have made any reference to the contents of the ASUU and FGN
Lecturers on the space are lamenting inadequate staff in their depts when there’s defined no of academic personnel required in each dept for accreditation

So who were the people that accredited the course?
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This bird's app has been inundated with diverse opinions on the afore-mentioned. It was the aftermath of @EWAWUNMIII's tweet. I decided to wade into this without any form of prejudice. Please, Kindly read on👇(1/2)
First, here's a background to myself. I had ND (Distinction), HND (Upper Credit) - this was because I was into full time business and couldn't concentrate on my studies. Then of course, I had BSc(First Class). Please, do note that I stated this just to provide clarity. (2)
Clarity, to show that I have experienced both worlds - I'm on a pedastal where I can address this objectively. For the young ones among us, please learn and quit needless arguments. When your future is at stake, you need to let go of being self opinionated and listen.
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#ASUU : The members of this union will get full pay( and some) for 9months of work not done, in the year of #covid_19 and subsequent recession.

Everybody loves to profit from our dysfunctional system. We then hypocritically look up to God to 'come heal our land'!
Other university unions are already doing press-up for their own impending strike. Their strike will be followed by strikes in the healthsector and other unions in the civil service.

Then we will blame the executive arm of the government for not growing our economy!
I understand why it's so easy for some people to give up on Nigeria. Projections into the future do not give one much to hope upon. We keep self-sabotaging any developmental strides: pls keep praying for those train services.😆

Still we must keep believing.
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January 13, this was sent to my mailbox that my Expulsion stands because I haven't shown any sign of Remorse.

This is what our Educational Institutions has been reduced too.

A student was just killed by terrorist, no single word from #ASUU @jharmo @BOGbadamosi @AbiodunSanusi01
They are quick to Expel, suspend, Victimize and Harass students when they Lend their voices💔💔💔.

Let those aiding this Impunity continue but the should know that No Man Owns Forever.

@activistfemi @ayosogunro @adeyanjudeji @segalink @AbdulMahmud01
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ASUU's Effort To Stop IPPIS In Federal Universities Fruitless.

I Urge @NGRPresident @MBuhari To Direct @FinMinNigeria @ZShamsuna And The AGF For Full Compliance By The End Of November.

Cc; @NigeriaGov @officialEFCC @ICPC_PE @FinMinNigeria @MinistryFederal @umarmuchia @Laurestar
In Just Two Years (2017 & 2018), IPPIS Saved FG Over 200bn From MDAs.

The Enrollment Of Educational Institutions Will Bring More Light About The Importance Of The #IPPIS.

1- IPPIS Will Eliminate Ghost Workers 👻

2- IPPIS Will Provide Employment Opportunities To Young 🇳🇬ains.
3- IPPIS Will Bring Sanity In Giving Employments. It Will Ensure Transparency And Accountability.

4- IPPIS Will Bring An End To Unnecessary Deductions Of Salary.

5- IPPIS Will Keep Personnel Records Intact.

6- IPPIS Will Pushed Corruption Into Its Final Grave.
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