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Opinion

Is Nigeria On the Brink of Another Civil War?, By ‘Fisayo Soyombo

Nigeria, meanwhile, must go back 50 years to draw its own lessons: wars build from agitations like this. If the South-Easterners don’t want to stay, let them go. Fragmentation is a million times better than the devastation of war. On August 1, 1966, after the collapse of last-ditch attempts by…
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Opinion

Before Biafra, Before Election Boycott, By SKC Ogbonnia

The gain wider support by embracing incremental change at every opportunity towards the greater good of the society, while the debate for an independent state or other solutions can equally go on. Their ability to stop corrupt politicians from sustaining power in Anambra, as a start, will send a strong…
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Opinion

Biafra: The South-East Igbo Did Not Kill Ahmadu Bello, By SKC Ogbonnia

All these go without saying that the ongoing propaganda by the federal authorities to isolate the current Biafran agitation to the South-East is a serious security gamble. The truth is that the Biafran struggle has never been a solely South-East affair. Besides millions of Igbo South-South people, including Nzeogwu, the…
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Opinion

Getting the Discourse on Nigeria’s Federalism Right: Further Thoughts, By Tunji Olaopa

Nigeria needs to leverage on a political and economic dimensions for making the regional idea work. The political dimension requires transforming the six geopolitical zones into regions made up of states and local governments. I can really never stop talking about Nigeria. This statement is meant to explain why I…
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Editorial

EDITORIAL: Time to Address the Biafran and Other Agitations

The recent surge in secessionist rhetoric across Nigeria came to us with little surprise; the signs have loomed in the horizon for long. Years of agitations, claims and counter claims, as well as invectives, even from erstwhile respected statesmen were bound to strain the fragile bond between the constituent nationalities…
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