Opinion

Amotekun and Quest For Centrifugal Federalism, By Banji Ojewale

...we have suffered too long at the hands of fake federalist leaders unwilling to submit to the restructuring of the country according to popular wishes. The ripple effects of their failure to listen to us have taken us back to Neanderthal times. Our people don’t deserve to be in this…
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Columns

Atiku and El-Rufai’s Body Bag Nationalism, By Festus Adedayo

What could have prompted Kaduna State governor, Nasir El-Rufai to make such very volatile comment attributed to him in a Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) interview programme last week? Could it be due to a boldness acquired over the years in the uncharted field of Nigerian politics? Could the governor, famous…
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Columns

A Bright Future For Nigeria and How To Get There, By Owei Lakemfa

Our history since independence has shown that the old conservative ways marked by long years of military dictatorship, and a combined nineteen-year post-military administration by the People's Democratic Party (PDP) and APC, cannot birth a new development-oriented country. It is the progressives' alternative, driven by ideas, that can give birth…
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