Adeolu Ademoyo

APC and the National Question: Herdsmen, Biafrans, Niger Deltans and Other Insurgents, By Adeolu Ademoyo

Compared to the PDP, the failure of the APC to produce a clearly articulated position and programme on the national question is more pathetic. This is because there are many politicians in the APC, especially in the western part of the country, who made ‘resolving’ the ‘national question’ and ‘true’…
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Guest Columns

Besides the Poisoned Chalice of Crude Oil, Is There Much Else That Holds Us Together In Nigeria?, By Victor Oladokun

In the weeks, leading up to the just concluded Nigerian Presidential elections, I recall having breakfast at the Sheraton hotel in Abuja with a very senior Fulani member of the APC. To my mind, he is cerebrally brilliant, highly knowledgeable, tactical, very influential, and at the core of Buhari's inner…
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Adeolu Ademoyo

President Buhari’s 100 Days: Ethical and National Questions, By Adeolu Ademoyo

This Buhari and APC choice - the denial of a programmatic vision that brought them to power, which is also a denial of the existence of the issue of the national question and the urgent need to address it, is a clear return to ex-president Jonathan’s sectional and irredentist government…
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Opinion

Chichidodo Consumes Cargoes of Corruption, By Uzor Maxim Uzoatu

Every Nigerian government talks of fighting corruption. It did not start today. Even the much-abused General Sani Abacha was, in his time, a very ferocious fighter of corruption. The list of bank fraudsters Abacha sent to jail on account of the vexed matter of corruption reads like the who’s-who of…
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