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Author: Abdulrazaq Oyeabnji Hamzat

Sunni Vs Shia and the trouble with Islam

Saturday, November 19, 2016
The conflict between Sunni and Shia is deeply rooted and intractable, it has existed for almost 1400 years. The divide was traced to 632 A.D, when Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) died and a debate emerged about who should be his successor. One group (which eventually became the Shiites) felt that the Proph ...

The War Against Open University

Monday, September 14, 2015
There is a war against National Open University of Nigeria. Indeed, there is a war against education. This war is led by the authorities of some conventional Universities, Council of Legal Education whose members are mostly from the conventional universities, National Youth Service Corps and some ...

Politics Divides The World Into Friends And Enemies

Monday, June 22, 2015
Politics divides the world is into friend and enemy. (Francis,1962) Those politics made friends, it may soon make them enemies. Those it made enemies, it may soon make them friends. This is why it is often said that, no permanent friends or enemy in Politics. Its all about permanent interest. Hey ...

Open University Is Never A Part-time Institution

Tuesday, May 26, 2015
There is a perception in the public that the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) run part time programmes, but this perception is not founded on any truth. Rather, it is a mere perception by those who lack adequate knowledge of the Open Education system. For the purpose of education, let m ...

Kwarans Have A Defeated Mentality

Friday, May 22, 2015
According to a very reliable ex-worker in Atoto Press Ltd, it was gathered that, a Kwaran of very high repute, Major General Abdullahi Muhammed Adangba (RTD) in early 2000 unofficially renounced his Kwara citizenship. Adamgba, who is the owner of Atoto Press Ltd prefered to clinch unto his mothers h ...

Open University: Barred From Serving The Nation

Tuesday, May 12, 2015
Let me begin by asking a question, is it right to bar some citizens from serving the nation without the basis of law? I think not, but as it stands, graduates of the first of its kind National Open University of Nigeria has been officially barred or excluded from serving our father land. This should ...

Why Saraki Shouldn't Be Senate President

Tuesday, May 12, 2015
Some of my associates have been asking why I am against the emergence of Senator Bukola Saraki as the senate president. They are of the view that, omo eni o ni se idi bebere, ka wa fi ileke si idi omo elomi, meaning that, we should always support our own. But for me, I cannot a support a bad candida ...

Law School For Open University: Why Nigeria Can’t Be Different

Friday, May 8, 2015
Going by history, Law school study by correspondence has existed in the United States since 1890 when Sprague Correspondence School of Law (which eventually merged with Blackstone Institute, and later was known as Blackstone School of Law) was established by William C. Sprague in Detroit, Michigan.A ...

Under-development, Bane Of Africa’s Democracy

Wednesday, May 6, 2015
lsquo; rsquo;Even when people are allowed to participate in a free and fair election devoid of any electoral malpractices, there is every tendency that the people would chose the wrong candidate rsquo; rsquo; Someone might have asked you, or you may have been asking yourself, that if democracy m ...

Xenophobia: Who Will Rescue Africa From Itself?

Thursday, April 23, 2015
A friend narrated what he saw in a one of the videos of xenophobic attacks currently going on in South Africa. Here him, lsquo; rsquo;I saw a crowd charging at a white vehicle. In the crowd were youths,men and women and some with babies on their back. They were out running each other to kill and ...

The Unfolding Phenomenon

Wednesday, April 1, 2015
The 2015 presidential election has come and gone, but Nigerians are yet to know the final result of their votes which was casted on Saturday (28th March,2015) and in some places, (29th March,2015). However, what seems to be glaring is the fact, from the result announced so far in 19 states of the fe ...

Agenda For Peace With Hamzat: 2015 Election: Is Your Candidate The Best For Nige

Wednesday, March 25, 2015
The 2015 general election shall be taking place in few days time and Nigerians are sharply divided along party, religious and regional level all over the country. Based on numerous considerations, some Nigerians are rooting for change, through the opposition Party All Progressive Congress (APC), ...

Is Nigeria a failed State? (Part 1)

Thursday, March 19, 2015
Government simply doesn t exists in Nigeria This is a 3 series publication that seek to establish weather or not, Nigeria is a failed state. In the 3 series, i shall define what a failed state is all about and with the aid of practical illustration, establish how Nigeria is failing and ...
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