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Nigeria’s Roiling Political Crisis, By Dele Agekameh

A situation where the legislature actively works at cross purposes with the executive in a system that allows political vendetta to overshadow the functionality of government is a situation prone to intervention. The leadership of the country is wanting at the executive level and dubious at best in the The…
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Policing Nigeria: the Force of Consequences, By Dele Agekameh

A police force that cannot protect its own men can scarcely protect about 180 million people at half strength. On Monday, July 2, 2018, about seven policemen were gunned down during a routine stop-and-search operation around Galadimawa area in Abuja. The tragic deaths of the officers added to the many…
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June 12: The Layers of Buhari’s Declaration, By Dele Agekameh

Slowly, the country is moving in the right direction. The forces of change have been diverse and sometimes unexpected, but the important thing is that negative forces are canceling out each other, to the benefit of the people. When justice begins to be seen as an attainable right, then there…
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