Opinion

#WeAreNigerians: A Statement on Current Developments In Our Land, By Balla, Odinkalu, Kwaja, et al.

We owe it to ourselves to create the enabling environment and structures for peace, prosperity and development, and we cannot do this if we continue to disdain each other. We call for calm and mutual respect across peoples wherever we are so that, living and working together, what we dream…
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Columns

How Nigeria Kills You: The Example of Mowe, Ogun State, By Pius Adesanmi

The state just moved in, scraped the existing macadam from the surface of the entire length of the road in the town and left them at the mercy of the extremely heavy traffic to and from Lagos. For three years now, those Nigerians have been dying agonisingly without even knowing…
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Opinion

Religion As An Instrument for the Empowerment of Nigerians, By Ikechukwu Odigbo

...what should worry us is not religion as such, but the possibility that religion can become pathological such as the case of Boko Haram or the ‘pastorpreneurs’ who preach the falsehood of prosperity without hard work. Reasonable minds, to use, the authors own words denounce such religious extremes and abuses.…
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Columns

“Naija No Dey Carry Last”: Nuggets from Pius Adesanmi’s Satirical Masterclass, By Premium Times Books & Parrésia

The product of a publishing collaboration between Premium Times Books, an imprint of Premium Times Services Limited, and the highly reputed Parrésia Publishers Ltd., and soon to be available in bookshops and across online digital media platforms, Naija No Dey Carry Last by Professor Pius Adesanmi gathers his most important…
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