A screenshot of Google dialogue box in my Gmail
I had goose pimples immediately I found out. Google reads my mails. And is most likely reading yours too. Read the rest of this entry »
A critical look at the conduct of the Nigerian journalist Read the rest of this entry »
I was excited about visiting Benin City. Its sculptures fascinated me on my first visit but its touts almost took away the joy. Read the rest of this entry »
The Action Congress of Nigeria won the recent governoship election in the state. The party won in all 18 local governments and virtually all the polling units.
Interestingly, they won units where People’s Democratic Party heavy weights voted.
Thiskis how they voted in the polling units that mattered.
The speech is long, take your time and read carefully. Read the rest of this entry »
By Olatunji Dare
The boldest and most ambitious experiment in Nigerian journalism since the founding of The Guardian in 1983 ended three weeks ago after a run of nearly three years.
And what a run it was!
Its very name, 234NEXT, signalled a departure from the ho-hum titles of newspapers, not just in Nigeria, but worldwide. The prefix, by the way, is the international dialing code for Nigeria.
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