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The Fear of ‘Black’ Foreigners, By Dele Agekameh

Rather than its policy of demonising African immigrants, the South African government can reassure its people through relevant legislation, identifiable progressive policy and by simply doing the job it was elected to do. In his Unpopular Essays, first published in 1950, Bertrand Russell says: “Collective fear stimulates herd instinct, and…
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The Courts Must Nullify President Buhari’s Election On Grounds of Perjury, By Femi Aribisala

In filing his Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) papers for the 2019 presidential election, President Buhari lied under oath. He committed outright perjury. Under the law in Nigeria, this renders him ineligible to contest the presidency. Therefore, his declaration by INEC as duly elected president of Nigeria must be nullified…
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Nigeria: Where Cows Are More Important Than Human Beings, By Femi Aribisala

Our heroes are murderers and charlatans. We hail those who don’t care a hoot whether we live or die. In the Bible, Jesus cast a legion of demons out of a demon-possessed man. However, he cast the demons into 2,000 pigs nearby. Immediately, the pigs ran over a cliff, fell…
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Buhari: Not Qualified To Be President of Nigeria, By Femi Aribisala

If a presidential candidate does not have a school leaving certificate, he is ineligible to stand for election as president of Nigeria. Anywhere else, it would be an open and shut case that President Buhari is not qualified to be the head of the Nigerian government. Nevertheless, he has been…
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