Olumide Samuel Abe is one of the few entrepreneurs in the country who can happily tell you that he is a “street” success. Right from when he was roaming the street as a teen he has always been optimistic that the street was going to pay his bill. Now, as a co-founder of an advertising firm, Smide Communication, he mixes his economics degree sense with his street sense to leave his footprint on the sand of time.

He has two things he could use to turn the table against his interrogators, if he was so disposed. First he is a living legend of journalism, a master of the craft, who could easily draw on his vast experience and authority as a veteran to outwit or browbeat the younger professionals engaging him.

For about 40 minutes, Assistant Superintendent of Police, ASP, Abimbola Oyeyemi, the Public Relations Officer of the Ogun Police Command was a guest at maiden edition on PLATINUM PLATFORM, a Whatsapp-based interactive platform. 

Colonel Lawan Gwadabe (retd). Remember him? The colourful, debonair and intrepid Army officer who, along with a few others, formed the bulwark of the military power ring and protective rampart that propped the Generals  Ibrahim Babangida and Sani Abacha juntas before he ran into trouble for allegedly plotting to topple the latter, whom he served as Personal  Staff Officer and Commandant, Brigade of Guards in 1995.

Happenings around the seat of power in the past few days indicate that President Muhammadu Buhari is expected back in the country any moment from now. From the press briefings by presidential spokesmen on recent visits by some governors to the president in London to the hint by wife of the president, Aisha Buhari, that the president will chase “the Hyenas and Jackals away from the kingdom” when he returns to the country, the country’s political firmament is already saturated with issues about Buhari’s next line of action on arrival.

...says executive, legislature worst ever, no democracy in Ogun'

The Chairman of Labour Party (LP) in Ogun State, Comrade Abayomi Arabambi in this interview with SODIQ OJUROUNGBE, speaks on how Senator Ibikunle Amosun-led government has fared in the last six years as well Nigeria's democracy which clocks 18 years. Excerpt;

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