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The Righteous Nigerian and the Rationality of Corruption, By Pius Adesanmi

...the most brilliant idea, the most solid willpower on their part, still depends entirely on the willingness of the president to facilitate their work with symbolism. Without symbolic acts from the president, it will be impossible to reverse the rationality of corruption. Can Nigeria overcome corruption? Will Nigeria survive corruption?…
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Justin Trudeau, Born in the Wrong Country, By Pius Adesanmi

You are wasting your life here, Mr. Trudeau. Come to Nigeria. You will be entitled to a harem of 12 jumbo jets in your presidential fleet. You, your wife, girlfriends, concubines, ex-girlfriends, and former concubines will be able to travel anywhere in the world at public expense on any of…
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Unthinkable: Becoming Canadian, Dumping America, By Pius Adesanmi

Who the heck then is this African who not only renounces his American privileges but also dares to compare Canadian citizenship with permanent residence in America? Didn’t elementary logic teach him that a single American green card is worth a thousand Canadian passports? (People think it is easy for Wole…
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