Editorial articles

Good Parentage Still Wins: The Najeeb Tambuwal Example

By Hon Bimbo Daramola   The moral decadence in our society has been traced to several factors among which is the abdication of “home training” by parents.   From pressures of economic survival to eke out survival or socio-political demands, a lot of parents have COMPROMISED the qualitative attention that raising kids demand more than

Happy New Year 2017 to all our readers

The entire team and management of PEARL online news medium say Happy New Year to all our readers worldwide, especially our over 40,000 members on various social media platforms.   To see a new year is not everybody’s privilege but for us and our readers, through God’s mercy we are fortunate to see it, definitely

Ondo Guber Poll: Why Stir the Hornet’s Nest? 

By Emmanuel Ajibulu That is the question on the lips of political analysts, commentators, observers, and concerned citizens of Ondo State as preparations for the State’s governorship elections, billed for November 26, reach an anti-climax replete with absurdities Ondo State governorship elections have always been contentious, acrimonious and controversial. The results have also always been

Celebrating An Iconic Brand: Bimbo Daramola @ 49

By Emmanuel Ajibulu November 9 is one special day when Hon. Bimbo Daramola aka Congressman appears to be everyone’s attention. This is a day when friends, political associates, employees, family members, loved ones etc, will leave no stone unturned to make him feel special. Daramola, one of Nigeria’s iconic brand, was born November 9,  1967

Rotimi Akeredolu Not an Ex-Convict, Kayode Ajulo Grossly Misrepresented

Our attention has been drawn to an online interview which suggested that gubernatorial candidate of the All Progressives Congress in Ondo State, Barrister Rotimi Akeredolu was an ex-convict. The said misleading comments were erroneously credited to Barrister Kayode Ajulo. He was simply quoted out of context. However, Barrister Ajulo’s constitutional rights afford him privilege to

Aisha Buhari and that BBC interview, by Reuben Abati

Public communication is one of the most delicate challenges that people in public life face, either in the corporate or the public sector. Many people suddenly find themselves in high places, and they become a source of news, a potential interview subject, and they get chased around by journalists and other media figures who want

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