Columns

Can’t We Outsource Nigeria To Miyetti Allah?, By Festus Adedayo

The most painful implication of this negotiation with Miyetti Allah is that Buhari is openly raising his arms in the sky in surrender as affirmation of his inability or incapability to ensure peace in the country. It is also an affirmation that he is, by that very fact, ceding the…
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Bámidélé Upfront

Pacifism Will Not Help the South-West, By Bámidélé Adémólá-Olátéjú

The South-West is primed to be the next theatre of mass slaughter and pillaging. This is not the time to placate killers. To be in a position of weakness is not strength, it is weakness. Those who want the land and blood of others feed on the presumption of cowardice.…
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Opinion

Nigeria At 58: A Time To Reflect, By Ejeviome Eloho Otobo and Oseloka H. Obaze

...evidence abound of important policy measures that the federal government can take to stem the tide of violence, restore property rights, ensure But those potentials will not be realised unless and until policymakers are able to transcend the traditional binary parameters used to define national challenges and issues. Independence anniversaries…
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Opinion

Of Reports and Claims that Leave Room For Speculation, By Francis Jakpor

These are trying times, to say the least. But the speculative reports and claims reinforce the argument that we need to be circumspect. It’s in our best interest to FACT-CHECK the news before we click that share button and heat up the polity any further. The past one week has…
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