Adeolu Ademoyo

The Attack On Buhari And Boko Haram Narratives, By Adeolu Ademoyo

The conflicting multiple narratives, which attempt to explain Boko Haram, have raised moral questions which have defined Nigeria in many ways we continue to struggle to understand. For example, on record, President Jonathan once said Boko Haram members are in his cabinet. Since his is a PDP government, logically this…
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Issues of the Day

Make Love, Not War, By Hussaina Ishaya Audu

“Hatred we can manage. The tension of human nerves during noise, danger, and fatigue,makes them prone to any violent emotion and it is only a question of guiding thissusceptibility into the right channels. If conscience resists, muddle him…But hatred is best combined with Fear…Hatred has its pleasures. It is therefore…
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Dele Agekameh

Nigeria’s Endless Engagement With Terror, By Dele Agekameh

On January 27, 2000, that is, in the early days of the current democratic dispensation, a sitting state governor, now a Senator of the Federal Republic, who had allegedly received indoctrination in one of the training camps of Osama bin Laden, the late al-Qaeda leader, in Sudan, introduced the Islamic…
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