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BIAFRA AND KANU: FORETELLING THE POSSIBLE END

Nigerian ethnic groups are enduring the pains, rather than enjoying the gains of unity. From 1960 to date, successive governments, both the militarily imposed and the democratically elected, has declared Nigeria’s unity non-negotiable. Share on: WhatsApp

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Buhari and the descendants of Shimei

By Femi Adesina There is nothing new under the sun, goes a popular saying. In fact, the more things seem to change, the more they appear the same. From time immemorial, some people have spoken evil of leadership, cast aspersions on them, and generally portrayed themselves as scum of the earth. Share on: WhatsApp

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Nigerian Politicians Are Liars And Pretenders – Doyin Okupe

In a post shared on his Facebook page today, former presidential media aide, Doyin Okupe, asked this question as he ponders on the recent events in the country, particularly the total compliance of the sit at home order by IPOB leader in the South East last week, cancellation of the budget signing ceremony, recent agitations for restructuring of the country …

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BUHARI AND APPOINTEES: THE CONSEQUENCE OF ACTIONS

By Omoshola Deji Just as you and I can’t detach from our bloods because of their imperfections, President Muhammadu Buhari (PMB) has lethargically handled the insubordination and incompetence of his appointees as if their surname is Buhari. Bit by bit, this inertness to discipline is concreting public doubts in PMB’s ability to navigate Nigeria’s sinking ship to the treasure-island of …

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Liberated Africa: Pathways to Self-Transformational Development

By Ehiedu Iweriebor  In the period since independence in the 1950s, Africa has undergone profound social, cultural, economic and political changes. Some inherited and historically rootless colonialist political and social systems have collapsed, been transcended and reconstituted. Different political systems – single party rule, personal rule and military governments have come and gone. New post-independence political and social systems; economic …

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Nigeria: Economic Recession, Religion and The Quest For Bread And Butter

By Samson Osagie, Esq. As I approach my golden age, I have never been so worried and scared of the critical dimension that religion is assuming in negatively affecting the health and indeed the totality of our national life. This is even more so going particularly with the events currently going on across the Country where almost everyone is caught …

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Lying Lie Mohammed

by Fani-Kayode This is not the time for preaching peace when the enemy is ready to destroy the world. To forgive Islamic terrorists is up to God but to send them to see God is my duty” – President Vladimir Putin. Is there any sane person that disagrees with Putin? Evidently there are a few people in high places in …

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Falana: Illegality of criminal libel in Nigeria

< !DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/loose.dtd"> The journalistic slogan is ‘Publish and be damned’, but how many practicing journalists have the courage to take up the challenge of the slogan? Where therefore one finds practicing members of the profession like the Editor of the Defendant and his team mates who have the courage to publish and comment …

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