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No Yoruba President In Nigeria For Another 20 Years, By Femi Aribisala

...it will be the turn of a Southerner to be president again in 2023. That Southerner must, without controversy, be an Igbo man. Any right-thinking Nigerian must see that it is not only high time for this to happen, it is essential for our national integration. It will also signal…
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Opinion

Ozekhome: Fanning the Embers of Disunity and Subjugation of the Igbo, By Femi Adesina

The Igbo must inevitably produce the president of Nigeria. But that eventuality will not come by listening to hate preachers like Mike Ozekhome. We have seen how hate preachers from the pulpit failed resoundingly in the presidential election. Hate preachers from the bar will also fail, make no mistake about…
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Opinion

Okota, Tribalism And Political Warlords, By Ken Tadaferua

The only reason why this flagrant rape on rights happen is that perpetrators and political oligarchs who sponsor them are ultra confident they and their thugs would not be arrested, prosecuted or thrown into prison. This reckless impunity explains why Nigeria remains a mere “geographical expression”. It reflects our inability…
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Columns

Nigeria Decides 2019: A Post-election Note (2), By Rafiq Raji

Since it is highly unlikely Mr. Abubakar would prevail in court, his primary object in taking legal action should be the improvement of our democracy. It could be hoped that the process would reveal certain irregularities and mis-steps that could, in the aftermath of his legal action, be corrected by…
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Columns

The Presidential Election And Its Aftermath, By Jibrin Ibrahim

...my assessment is that the voting related processes and management went generally well despite the hitches We must continue to commend the determination of Nigerians to exercise their franchise despite the odds militating against their ability to do so. We hope that the identified problems on election day will be…
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