Columns

Heroes of Secession and Quit Notice Threats, By Zainab Suleiman Okino

Garuba is gone, but his brother who narrated the story could have magnified it to fit into the current hate narrative, if he so desired. These are people we should celebrate, and not paper tigers, attention seekers and those who hide under political correctness and skilfully planted seeds of discord,…
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Opinion

Biafra, Junaid Muhammed and Northern Nigeria’s Elite Terrorists, By Jude Ndukwe

The recent, relentless and unfortunate comments of a certain Junaid Muhammed, the purported convener of the Coalition of Northern Politicians, Academics, Professionals and Businessmen, have assumed a war dimension against Ndigbo and it needs to be addressed decisively now. One could have decided to ignore the man but for the…
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Opinion

Why Do Nigerians Love Ethnic Politics and Yet Pretend Not To?, By Kenneth Amaeshi

It does appear that the Nigerian polity is one dominated by pragmatic ethics, where benefits and outcomes are not necessarily broadly articulated from what works for Nigeria as a whole, but rather narrowly defined as what works for my ethnic group, regional and religious affiliations, and in most instances for…
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Guest Columns

Ethnic Arrogance and the Nigeria of Our Dreams, By Charles Anyiam

One of the solutions, I think, is the engaging of our young people by first providing them with meaningful employment and the teaching of vocational trades plus offering an environment where they can thrive. This could be one way to effectively counter by example the many years of not having…
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