Guest Columns

The Refugee Crisis in Europe: One World, One Prosperity, or One Poverty?, By Olu Akanmu

One of the lessons the West must learn from the failure of its Syrian policy and the success of democracy in Tunisia is that nothing ultimately substitutes for the will of the people in finding ways of organising themselves in true mass movements to change their society. The true mass…
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Opinion

The Point in Terrorism We Are Missing, By Olalekan Waheed Adigun

Terrorists think in ways we don’t think in conventionally; they do things we don’t ordinarily do; their understanding of human nature and experiences differs remarkably from ours. They are not the ghosts or spirits they want us to believe they are, neither are they the overrated beasts we take them…
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Guest Columns

Nigeria’s Ruling Elite Shown the Red Card, By Soji Apampa

For acting in wanton disregard of and with total contempt for Nigeria’s citizens, a red card has been issued to the ruling elite by the people proving that “The Power of the People is Greater than the People in Power - (Author Unknown)”. Nigeria’s Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on…
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