Tola Adeniyi

Fighting corruption is a farce

By Tola Adeniyi Corruption has become such a huge joke in Nigeria and fighting it has become a bigger joke; a melodrama of some sort. Every government that comes to power accuses the government it […]

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Where is Nnamdi Kanu?

By Tola Adeniyi Today I charge all of us in the Media with criminal silence and culpable complicity in the disappearance of Nnamdi Kanu’s saga. Since September 14 last year when Nigerian troops were ordered to brutally […]

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Hate speech redefined

BY Tola Adeniyi [Article Dedicated to Pa Ayo Adebanjo at 90] I wouldn’t know where the bogus concept of hate speech came from or who brought up the idea to the floor of the National […]

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The Youth And The Used , By Tola Adeniyi

 I have always been fascinated by the words ‘youth’ and ‘used’ especially in their onomatopoetic rendition as they relate to the youths of Nigeria and their fathers and grandfathers who still delude themselves that they […]