Columns

Igwe Osita Agwuna III: Time We Honoured Greatness, By Okey Ndibe

In a country where history was taken seriously, Igwe Agwuna III would take his worthy place as a national hero. For, he played a major role—as a veritable member of the Zikist Movement—in the struggle by Nigerians to rid themselves of the formal yoke of British colonial domination. The fact…
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Opinion

Justice Ayọ Salami and Nigeria’s Moral Burden, By Adeolu Ademoyo

“…Nigerians do not naturally want the truth to be told. Whoever dares to tell the truth is marked for destruction…” Justice Ayọ Salami (Lagos, Nigeria, January, 2014). As a teacher, I am often interested in the meaning of words and how words sometimes say more than what we mean, and…
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