Opinion

Internet will put Nigerian government to shame, By Tolu Ogunlesi

"That’s not to say there aren’t downsides to this social media business." Two weeks ago, a young Nigerian, Yusuf Onimisi, vanished from Twitter, days after posting photos he took, with his phone, of soldiers mobilised in the wake of the attempted jailbreak at the DSS headquarters in Abuja. Expectedly, the…
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Opinion

Stop This Violence Against Our Children! By Jibrin Ibrahim

Violence, mass murder, abductions, hate, sex slavery and other crimes against humanity are killing Nigeria while the governing class watch with a sense of helplessness, fear, foreboding and paralysis. The class in power from the local government level to the presidency remains focused on stealing the national wealth and self-aggrandisement.…
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Opinion

Acts of terror and the politics of hospital visit, By Obo Effanga

Since the Monday morning bomb explosion in Nyanya, leading to the death of an interminable number of people (the official figure stands at about 75) and the injury of more than 200, watching news of it on our local television stations can be so boring. Don’t get me wrong please.…
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