Guest Columns

Hillary for America and the Limits of Propaganda, By Olalekan Waheed Adigun

As the race for the next occupant of the White House thickens, not minding the recent “drama” displayed by one of the aspirants, Hillary Rodham Clinton appears to be the main issue for now. Mrs Clinton means different things to different people. Irrespective of one’s deposition(s) towards her, there appears…
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Guest Columns

ICC, Al-Bashir and the Melanin Theory!, By Victoria Ohaeri

The “web of international law catches only weak, poorer countries, while overlooking the wrongdoings of richer, more powerful countries.” Warrant after warrant issued for the arrest of Sudan’s President Omar Al Bashir demonstrates the International Criminal Court’s (ICC’s) determination to have him tried for an alleged number of crimes against…
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Columns

Ọnwubiko! Mourning Emman Ezeazu’s Untimely Death, By Ogaga Ifowodo

Death, we implore you: spare Nigeria’s patriots. Go, instead, after those who loot, rape and destroy the country! Since that accursed day of May 12, 2012, when Olaitan Oyerinde, former student activist, trade unionist and principal private secretary to Governor Adams Oshiomhole of Edo State, was murdered in his living…
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Opinion

Presidential Spokespersons: Publicity or Communications?, By Yushau A. Shuaib

Before the eventual announcement of Femi Adesina and Garba Shehu as spokespersons to the newly elected President Muhammadu Buhari, there had been wide speculations that either of the two would emerge. Their deserving appointments came with confusion and challenges. The two share the same portfolio but with different designations, with…
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