Columns

Justin Trudeau, Born in the Wrong Country, By Pius Adesanmi

You are wasting your life here, Mr. Trudeau. Come to Nigeria. You will be entitled to a harem of 12 jumbo jets in your presidential fleet. You, your wife, girlfriends, concubines, ex-girlfriends, and former concubines will be able to travel anywhere in the world at public expense on any of…
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Opinion

Change, Nigeria’s Political Challenges, and the Canadian Example, By Nduka Otiono

President Buhari, almost half way into his first year in office, must go beyond his anti-corruption rhetoric to the much-needed urgent action. The example of Justin Trudeau and the Liberal party in Canada shines forth for him and his allies in APC to follow. Time is slipping away, Mr. President,…
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Columns

They Also Fight in Canada and America, By Pius Adesanmi

Michael Woods, a columnist with the local Ottawa newspaper, MetroNews, starts his op-ed column of Wednesday October 21, 2015 thus: “Building a cabinet is a delicate exercise for any new Prime Minister. There are many factors to take into consideration, including geographical representation, political experience, and ethnic and linguistic diversity.…
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