Opinion

OOTC: To Change Our Country, We Have 15 Lessons to Learn from BBOG (II), By Chude Jideonwo

For those who insisted that BBOG was a tool of the All Progressives Congress to delegitimise and remove President Jonathan, immense confusion emerged when the movement continued the exact same agitation, with the exact same aggression, upon the change of guard at the Presidential Villa. The Discipline of Leadership On…
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Columns

Muhammad Ali: The Pugilist as Poet and Acknowledged Legislator of the World, By Ogaga Ifowodo

Ali was a poet not only verbally but also in the sublime aesthetics of his skill that turned pugilism from a brute sport plied by men seemingly all brawn and no brain—“Fighters,” as Ali himself put it, “are just brutes that come to entertain the rich white people. Beat up…
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Opinion

One Thing America Needs to Learn from Nigeria, By Charles Anyiam

Nevertheless, what is worrisome to me about Americans like Ben Carson and the shameless display of ignorance and arrogance is that they degrade the small incremental gains that Americans have made over time to create the type of society that the writers of the US constitution had in mind, the…
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