Guest Columns

The Teachable Lessons of the March 28 Nigerian Presidential Election, By Adewale Ajadi

Across the world in the past few hours, there has been quite unyielding focus on the result and lessons of the Nigerian Presidential elections. If you do not know that in Nigeria we have a President-elect, General Muhammadu Buhari (Rtd.), I welcome you back to earth. While you were away…
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Segun Ayobolu Struts and Wobbles On Ekiti Elections, By Olayinka Oyebode

Reading Segun Ayobolu’s “researched piece” on Ekiti June 21 election, which is essentially a diatribe against Ekiti State Governor, Dr Kayode Fayemi titled : “Further Thoughts on Ekiti Polls” in his back page column in The Nation Newspapers last Saturday, one must extend deep sympathies to Ayobolu as he toiled…
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Nigeria and Deceptive Politics – The Ekiti Example, By Bámidélé Adémólá-Olátéjú 

Will a Fayose have the guts to run for the position of a city clerk in the United States? Of course not! A Fayose would have been cooling his heels in some medium security prison long ago! ========================= There is a moral paradox at the heart of our food-for-vote democratic…
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