Columns

A Speech the President Didn’t Make on Democracy Day By Majeed Dahiru

The much anticipated national celebration of June 12 as democracy day came by as an anti-climax for many. The failure of President Muhammadu Buhari to speak as much as a word to Nigerians on May 29, when he was inaugurated for a second term of four years, the forthcoming re-designated…
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Arguments in the Nigerian Left By Edwin Madunagu

The 2019 general elections provoked undeclared and unstructured discussions and debates in the Nigerian Left. Of the various themes that can be articulated from these animated exchanges of opinions—some of which are continuing—at least three may be considered central in the history and politics of revolutionary socialist struggle in Nigeria.…
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Guest Columns

With May 29 Approaching, Is there Really Excitement in the Air?, By Soji Apampa

The poor, the downtrodden, activists and those who previously suffered neglect have been swept to new levels of euphoria by the power of the APC change ideology. The Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria requires that there should be a handover of power on May 29, 2015, but does…
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Guest Columns

Interference By APC In Election of National Assembly Leadership Bad Omen for Change, By Olukayode Thomas

The election of the next Senate and House of Representatives frontrunners by National Assembly members devoid of meddling by the executive arm of government and the All Progressive Congress (APC) will not only be good for our democracy, it will also enhance the credibility of President Muhammadu Buhari and his…
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