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Eating In The Middle Of A Tsunami

Eating In The Middle Of A Tsunami

🕔06:09, 19.Apr 2019

Diarrhea is a terrorist.Any lactose intolerant stomach; that refuses to respect itself; has booked an appointment with embarrassment.

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The Danger In Buhari’s Totalitarian Patronage Model

The Danger In Buhari’s Totalitarian Patronage Model

🕔11:55, 17.Apr 2019

Diversity and dynamic opposition are twin catalysts for effective democratic leadership. This explains why Nigeria owes a debt of gratitude to patriots, most notably, Ogbonnaya Onu, Bola Tinubu, and Muhammadu Buhari for sustaining the opposition movement, which culminated in the birth of All Progressives Congress (APC). Similar kudos ought to go to President Goodluck Jonathan for creating the enabling environment that engendered the emergence of the APC, the elusive viable alternative to the then-ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). The irony, however, is that Buhari, as president, has adopted a patronage model, which is on pace to decimate the opposition and potentially plunge the nation into a “next level” of crisis.

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Nigeria Will Not Survive The 2019 Presidential Election

Nigeria Will Not Survive The 2019 Presidential Election

🕔05:54, 16.Apr 2019

The system has been rigged so that every election in Nigeria will now be determined by those who have filled the voting register with underage voters. So doing, your chances of being…

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Tiger, Trump, And The Mendacious Medal

Tiger, Trump, And The Mendacious Medal

🕔05:37, 16.Apr 2019

Tiger must resist and reject any award from Donald Trump. The sight of them both on stage will become the story. The medal will be a footnote…

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FUTO 4, Drug Abuse, And Nigerian Youths.

FUTO 4, Drug Abuse, And Nigerian Youths.

🕔05:16, 16.Apr 2019

I remember with nostalgia how participants at a Focus Group Discussion held recently in Lagos, bemoaned infestation of our nation by social problems perpetrated consciously and unconsciously by her own people. Warning that under this condition, it may be thought audacious to talk of creating a better society while we are still battling with the problems of battered economy arising from corruption, social vices and decay of institutions.

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Don’t Cry For Atiku; Cry For Those Born In Nigeria On October 1st, 1960

Don’t Cry For Atiku; Cry For Those Born In Nigeria On October 1st, 1960

🕔22:20, 14.Apr 2019

Can you notice that it is not just Alhaji Atiku Abubakar who has to argue his way into section 25(1) and (2), but every Nigerian born in Nigeria on October 1st, 1960?

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ABSURD: Atiku’s Denaturalization And The Falling Dominoes

ABSURD: Atiku’s Denaturalization And The Falling Dominoes

🕔08:56, 14.Apr 2019

it is not just a Cameroonian Atiku that will be left in their trails, it will also be the 20 years of national vacuum and illegality.

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Jibrin From Sudan, Atiku From Cameroon, But There Are Really No Nigerians

Jibrin From Sudan, Atiku From Cameroon, But There Are Really No Nigerians

🕔06:47, 14.Apr 2019

Before 1914, the geographical space called Nigeria existed in bifurcation – the northern and southern protectorates. And before the British savaged and carved out the area for immanent exploitation, there were thriving kingdoms, ethnic groups, cultures, traditions, and civilisations.

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Kingsley Moughalu: Quitting Before He Begins

Kingsley Moughalu: Quitting Before He Begins

🕔20:12, 13.Apr 2019

If Muoghalu cared for Nigeria any more than he cared for himself, he would know that quitting was not an option. He would know that rescuing Nigeria was a marathon, not a sprint.

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Winners, Losers Of 2019 Polls And A Phone Call

Winners, Losers Of 2019 Polls And A Phone Call

🕔14:40, 13.Apr 2019

Just like what happened in 2015, Nigeria’s political landscape was awash with many surprising victories and losses following the 2019 general elections. But the point of departure was how the contenders reacted to the outcome.

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