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Sowore Released At Last

When the Publisher of the country’s number one anti-corruption website, Sahara Reporters called for a revolution to take place on August 5[SUP]th[/SUP] this year, he had no inkling that he would be kept in the custody of the Department for State Security (DSS) for a hundred and twenty days. What would have been a peaceful protest against the ... Read more

As the Army dances in the East!

Democracy as Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States of America (from March 1861 until his assassination in April 1865), sees it, is the government of the people, by the people and for the people. Since delivering this apt and profoundly philosophical thesis on the essence and wholeness of the concept and practice of democracy, ... Read more

Recalling Tai Solarin’s prediction

Nigeria’s 2019 elections, particularly the recent governorship contests in Kogi and Bayelsa states, have forcefully brought back a prediction which the late Tai Solarin made about 40 years ago in the aftermath of the 1979 elections. Of course, recalling this prediction is also recalling my response to it at the time. I was then 33. It is a ... Read more

Uncaring and Indifferent Governors

The wife of the president, Mrs. Aisha Buhari is not a woman afraid of speaking truth to those in power including her spouse. Time was when she lambasted President Muhammadu Buhari, claiming that some cabal had hijacked power and swore not to vote for her husband. Those who wished the president ill were clapping their hands. Such people failed to re ... Read more

A Regime Of Robots?

It was the TVC GIRLS at it again, more than elated to yet again nail a topic sure to drive traffic to the station... advertisers and hangers-on alike... all united and empassioned by yet another opportunity to pulverize doctors and the medical profession. There had just been a tragedy. A girl was stabbed in the neck. She bled profusely. A mob ga ... Read more

UNHRC; Housing Challenge in Nigeria and Leilani Farha Observations

Jerome-Mario Utomi

Each passing day brings yet more evidence that we are facing a national challenge. And glaringly, our incapacity as a nation to develop necessary strategies and tactics to tackle some of these political and socioeconomic challenges have qualified the nation’s situation as a ‘social dynamite’. This should be a surprise to all Niger ... Read more

The Politics of Border Closure

The closure of Nigeria’s land borders to the movement of goods and persons, since October 2019, has understandably been generating intense debates among Nigerians and others, especially the countries affected by the border closures. Nigeria shares land boundaries with Benin, Niger and Cameroun. The government had initially imposed a partial c ... Read more

Work Harder, Humbly & Wisely To Res

Everybody must wake up and ask why Nigeria has sunk so low, not only in Africa b ...
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 improving  The Standard Of Tertiar

THE Vice Chancellor of Osun State University, Osogbo, Nigeria, Professor ...
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Third term agenda and the Buhari we

Some compatriots say we wouldn’t know the real man we have as our presiden ...
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The trials of Allen Onyema

In 2013, Air Peace airlines berthed in the fiercely competitive airspace in Nige ...
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Nigeria 2023: History Beckons On Da

My people of Ezza Ezekuna have an aphorism which holds that power is like shadow ...
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