Opinion

2019 Elections: Glad I Stood Up To Be Counted For Nigeria, By Kingsley Moghalu

...the elections have left me wondering if Nigeria is truly a democracy. Or do we merely have a four-yearly ritual in which political cabals renew their hold on power by using a form but not the substance of democracy? As the character Archie said in the British playwright Tom Stoppard’s…
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Opinion

Anti-Corruption Struggle: Oby Ezekwesili and Half-Baked Nigerian Journalists, By Bayo Oluwasanmi

At J-School Temple University, we were taught that journalism take different forms. Straight news and feature articles, in which reporters seek out and present different points of view so readers can weigh the evidence and decide for themselves how they feel. Opinion, in which editorial writers and columnists present arguments…
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Opinion

Buhari’s Critics and their Early Lead, By Olalekan Waheed Adigun

For those celebrating, Buhari’s “sluggishness” appears only to be a demonstration of the fact that his critics are bereft of political wisdom. They are revealing their usually bad prognosis, again, too early in the game. They perhaps need to be reminded that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) had congratulated the…
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