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BUILDING OKEMESI’S OF OUR DREAM: A STEP FURTHER
Written by Olusegun A. Adeleye - aoadeleye77@yahoo.com   
Jun 27, 2014 at 01:57 PM

THE GREATEST THREAT TO FREEDOM IS THE ABSENCE OF CRITICISM”-Anonymous

My major concern has been of how to get every sector in the community moving irrespective of group or individual interest. Just of recent, I took a broader look at the major determining factors towards the actualization of the age long dream of our fore fathers. As a result of this, I have come up with the under listed ideas:

 

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Last Updated ( Jun 27, 2014 at 02:31 PM )
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EKITI MUST NOT DIE ON THE DAY OF DESTINY
Written by Jide Osuntokun   
Jun 16, 2014 at 12:42 AM


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Agba o si ni ilu, ilu baje, bale le ku, ile ku da horo. Imado iba se bi elede a balu je, eru iba joba eeyan o bakukan." These are two Yoruba proverbs that capture my feeling about the Ekiti forthcoming election. If there are no elders in Ekiti to speak the truth, our state will become a deserted state without a future. If we allow brutes to take over our government, then we cannot expect progress.If a slave becomes king, no free born person would remain.

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Last Updated ( Jun 16, 2014 at 01:02 AM )
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POOLU OLATOYE (1949-2014)
Written by Buki Oluwadiya   
Apr 08, 2014 at 02:11 PM

I am gradually coming to terms with the fact that Poolu (officially Paul Olatoye) has now physically separated from this earth, leaving his physical body to be buried to enrich his Okemesi home and heath. As we all await the family announcement of the funeral arrangements, I feel urged to share a few recollections from my encounters with someone I admirably describe as a "self-made" man.

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Last Updated ( Apr 08, 2014 at 02:12 PM )
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