Opinion

Venezuela: Replacing Democracy With Anarchy, By Owei Lakemfa

of those countries condemning Venezuela or threatening sanctions will tolerate an opposition that would not accept the democratic will of the majority, openly works for a coup, has made the country ungovernable for four years, has hijacked a helicopter, dropped grenades on a public institution, and would not accept dialogue.…
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Opinion

Economic Pragmatism: Government Must Let the Markets Work, By Olu Akanmu

...a fiscally constrained government, such as we have, cannot afford to distort markets in area where they are potentially efficient and create inefficiencies by its commission or omission. The social cost of such market distortions is high on society, the economy and general public Buhari embrace real economic pragmatism and…
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Opinion

HURIWA Errs, Dalung In Good Company With Red Beret, By Olukayode Thomas

If draconian officers at HURIWA have their way, the likes of Wole Soyinka will never hold any public office or attend public functions in Nigeria because their mode of dressing will be considered a violation of the national dress code. It is baffling and unfathomable that Human Rights Writers Association…
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Opinion

Lenin, the Cubans, Revolutionary Strategy and the Mosquito, By Jibrin Ibrahim

The time has come and it is happening, the Cubans are finally bringing the revolution to Africa. To succeed however, the Cubans had to change the revolutionary strategy from the elimination of the bourgeoisie to a more prosaic, but certainly more beneficial objective of the elimination of the mosquitos so…
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