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The Rise and Rise of Chimamanda Adichie

Friday, December 13, 2019
lsquo;What was the fuss about Purple Hibiscus? rsquo; That was the question I asked myself when I first read the debut novel of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. What was so spectacular about it that made her win numerous prizes? I enjoyed the book but I felt it fell short of the high standards I set for i ...

British Election: Lessons For Nigeria

Friday, December 13, 2019
By now (13th December 2019), there should be a sense of foreboding and the fear of uncertainty in the minds of Africans and Nigerians regarding the future trade and diplomatic relationship with Great Britain outside of European Union. The above assertion comes against the backdrop of t ...

Questions for the Nigerian Left

Friday, December 13, 2019
My most recent published article, ldquo;Recalling Tai Solarin rsquo;s prediction rdquo;, which appeared in the first week of this month, ended with a series of questions. I reproduce four of them that are most relevant to this sequel: ldquo;Why is it that despite the Nigerian Left rsquo;s insisten ...

The Lost Of Sound Judgement

Friday, December 13, 2019
Two pathway plots are arranged here in, more than these keep inventing around the Nigeria society daily. It is a great advantage to be, if we seek consistency in the day to day cost of our good living. For corruption, Algeria of Africa did what would seemingly amuse all cluster of corrupt natio ...

Buhari's Visa-free Policy

Thursday, December 12, 2019
Major-Genral Buhari went to Egypt and told them that as from January 2020 there would no longer be a visa requirement for Africans to come to Nigeria. The Fulanis of north and west Africa, rejected and unwanted elsewhere, have finally been given what they wanted all along: a homeland of their own ...

Yemi Osinbajo As Pontius Pilate

Thursday, December 12, 2019
Most Christians are familiar with the story of Pontius Pilate who was convinced that Jesus Christ was innocent of all the allegations that the Pharisees rsquo; leveled against him but was too timid and scared to protect him from being murdered by the blood thirsty religious fanatics. He then publicl ...

Human Rights Day: A Reflection

Thursday, December 12, 2019
Tuesday, December 10 2019, was celebrated around the world as International Human Rights Day to commemorate the 10 December 1948 adoption by the UN General Assembly of the landmark Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), which proclaimed a number of rights as inalienable to all people, irrespe ...

First Lady vs Garba Shehu

Wednesday, December 11, 2019
The First Lady, Aisha Buhari should win the award of being the most vocal of all first ladies in the nation rsquo;s chequered history. She hails from the north where women are trained to be seen and not heard but she has broken that stereotype and is not your typical wife of a northern leader. She h ...
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