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Opinion

The Nigerian Youth Need to Get Their Acts Together, By Rafiq Raji

...until young people begin to engage their older colleagues without fear, they would remain subjugated and relegated. Breaking out of this backward psyche would be difficult, however. But if the Nigerian youth hope to kick out the old men who think that leading us is their birth right, they would…
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Guest Columns

South Africa’s Wrestle With Its Past and Future, By Owei Lakemfa

The ANC might not have failed, but it has failed to meet the expectations and needs of the people; it might also be losing steam. It has two options, either to continue in its old way of non-fundamental reforms and eventually losing the people, or making a radical turn by…
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Guest Columns

Hunger for Votes Compromises the ANC, By Kole Omotoso

President Jacob Zuma once boasted that the African National Congress will rule until Jesus comes back and time finishes. The Peoples Democratic Party of Nigeria boasted modestly that they will rule Nigeria for 60 years continuously. They ruled for sixteen years. Using this figure against the end of time that…
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