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The “Occupy Movement” resorts to information age tactic to fight an old-age problem

December 7, 2011

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by Tola Adenle Time was when poor people in America whose mortgages were called up for payment during the Great Depression of the 30s got thrown out of their homes into the streets even in the coldest of winters.  Even renters in America have generally – at least – always been spared the humiliation and wretchedness […]

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A list of those who have continued to profit from Nigerians’ collective misery thru the “Oil Subsidy” lie – Tola Adenle

December 3, 2011

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I think I can finally claim to  an understanding of the meaning of “oil subsidy” with the list released by the Nigerian Senate. On the October 15 news report titled “Private Sector backs FG on removal of fuel subsidies on petroleum products” by 234NEXT, I submitted the following comments: Posted by TOLA ADENLE on Oct […]

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Blogs elsewhere: A few of my many blogs at 234NEXT – Tola Adenle

September 20, 2011

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I’ve blogged for some years on various sites but my two favorites have been saharareporters.com and 234NEXT.com.  Here are a few of what must be scores of commentaries on various topics: Posted by TOLA ADENLE on Apr 12 2010.  Amman Ogan’s HERE AND THERE [Men] Saying Sorry [http://234next.com/csp/cms/sites/Next/Home/5552757-146/here_and_there_saying_sorry_.csp] In “Baby can I hold you tonight” […]

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