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3 Dec
On Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja, the multi-award-winning journalist and Editor-in-Chief of The Guardian this week talks about the reasons why federalism matters in Nigeria.
14 Nov
On Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja, the multi-award-winning journalist and Editor-in-Chief of The Guardian this week talks about Tinubu's Presidency. Before Tinubu drifts into chaos.
29 Oct
'And here is the thing, since the inception of the administration of the capital, Nyesom Wike would be the very first Minister of the Capital of the Federation from the southern part of the country'. Martin Oloja this week talks about 'The significance of Wike's appointment Part 2'.
25 Oct
'And here is the thing, since the inception of the administration of the capital, Nyesom Wike would be the very first Minister of the Capital of the Federation from the southern part of the country'. Martin Oloja this week talks about 'The significance of Wike's appointment'.
22 Oct
On Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja, the multi-award-winning journalist and Editor-in-Chief of The Guardian this week, asks Nigerians to stop serving the God of small things (Part 4).
15 Oct
On Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja, the multi-award-winning journalist and Editor-in-Chief of The Guardian this week, asks Nigerians to stop serving the God of small things (Part 3).
1 Oct
On Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja, the multi-award-winning journalist and Editor-in-Chief of The Guardian this week, asks Nigerians to stop serving the God of small things (Part 2).
24 Sep
On Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja, the multi-award-winning journalist and Editor-in-Chief of The Guardian this week, asks Nigerians to stop serving the God of small things.
17 Sep
On Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja, the multi-award-winning journalist and Editor-in-Chief of The Guardian this week, asks about the FCT civil service commission.
27 Aug 2023
It is expected that our current political leaders and those who are asking why the new cartel of emerging market leaders called BRICs…didn’t invite Nigeria to join the elite club in South Africa last week, are also following what is happening to the former President of the United States, Donald Trump. And here is why on Inside Stuff this week by Martin Oloja.
24 Aug 2023
The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Minister, Nyesom Wike has ordered the immediate arrest of the landlord of the two-storey building that collapsed in Lagos Crescent located in Garki 2 of Abuja.
13 Aug 2023
'Our leaders can afford to recruit even media executives to do even dirty jobs for them. They can pay hack writers to publish what they would like to read. They now pay dubious ‘media entrepreneurs’ to monitor adversarial reports about them'. On Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja, the multi-award-winning journalist and Editor-in-Chief of The Guardian this week, talks about how leaders recruit the media to monitor editorials on their activities.

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