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A Brief History of Democratic Chaos, By Gimba Kakanda

Fifteen years after Nigeria's return to democracy, the leadership challenges, which were the demerits of the regimes of the soldiers before it, have only become worse. Contrary to the excuse that ours is still "nascent democracy", a self-deception promoted by the optimists infatuated with the country despite its bad political…
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Ebola Virus And The Challenge of African Modernity, By Adeolu Ademoyo

The rapid spread of Ebola virus across West Africa has again raised the question of our disposition to the modern and modernity in the evolution of African societies. Also, Ebola has become a metaphor for the possibility of the extinction of a race. A brief clarification is needed. “Modern” is…
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The South-South Dream and A Nation’s Dilemma, By Garba Shehu

The story of the National Conference is like the parable of the sick fish when it tried to swallow a by far healthier one. The outcome is foreknown. But lessons, by both sides, must be learnt. There are a dozen-plus reasons why the national will triumphed over sectional, narrow selfish…
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