Tag Archives: Lai Opawoye

Pastor Adeboye & the miraculous petrol – A readers’ forum

January 21, 2013


Contributions were forwarded to the blog by four people named and are used in that order without editing.  Thanks, TOLA. FROM:  A.O. Ajetunmobi TO:        A. Falade, Lai Opawoye & Others DATE:  Tuesday, January 15, 2013  Prof Falade is entitled to his opinion about literal acceptance of the miracle wrought by somebody “with ability to tap […]

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Two Nigerians in US Civil Service win White House praise – Lai Opawoye

September 11, 2012

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  Two Nigerians in US Civil Service win White House praise Sunday, 09 September 2012 Two US-based Nigerians employed by the American government are shining brightly in their different endeavours in the United States and are receiving US presidential recognitions, Empowered Newswire reports. Both Mr. Abel Alagbe, a University of Ibadan graduate who works at […]

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Anti Gay Bill: Nigeria’s Senate as “a moral compass and defender of Righteousness” – Ajetunmobi & Others

December 16, 2011


Further to the November 30 post which is one of my old essays that form the basis of existence for this blog, I’m presenting some discussions which I [sort of] overheard through a fringe relationship with a Social Group.  [Medical] Dr. Lai Opawoye & [University lecturer] Dr. Abdsalam Ajetunmobi have enabled me do quite […]

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PDP and the denigration of traditional institutions – Lai Opawoye

July 13, 2011


[Essay reduced for space.] A popular Yoruba adage says: “Ti adugbo ba ntoro, Omo ale ibe ni ko ti d’agba”, meaning “a family enjoys tranquility only when the bastard is yet to grow up. Before the birth of Nigeria’s Fourth Republic in 1999, the choices of candidates for royal stools were always based on merits […]

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A new series is born: “Crime syndicate masquerading as a nation”? A view from some USA compatriots – Tola Adenle

June 20, 2011


[“Ibadan poster-mania was posted just about an hour ago – as promised.  Do not miss it.] I’m still to start reading NEXT’s lead story from Sunday’s [yesterday] edition because I like to  savor the inserts first before going to the main paper weekly.  It often leaves me reading the paper till mid-week but comments on […]

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