Opinion

South Africa, Criminal Ingratitude and the Nigerian Blood, By Tunji Light Ariyomo

What is happening in South Africa is unfortunately a fatal remainder of the gravely impaired faculty of the black man. The penurious is killing the poor so he could get the position occupied by the beggarly. As Malema had rightly put it, Nigerians and other black nationalities in South African…
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Opinion

AfCFTA: On the Path To “The Africa We Want”, By Nabila Okino

It is estimated that the success of the AfCFTA will be to connect billion people and create a $ trillion economic bloc. It would create an expanded market for African goods and services, integrate national markets to regional markets, leading to economic diversification, structural transformation and the enhancement of human…
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Columns

A Speech the President Didn’t Make on Democracy Day By Majeed Dahiru

The much anticipated national celebration of June 12 as democracy day came by as an anti-climax for many. The failure of President Muhammadu Buhari to speak as much as a word to Nigerians on May 29, when he was inaugurated for a second term of four years, the forthcoming re-designated…
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Opinion

June 12: 20 Years of Democracy, By M.B.O Owolowo

Over the years I have celebrated June 12, and to commemorate the event I usually wrote articles. Some of those articles include: “June 12: Hope and The ‘Dividends’ of Democracy”, “June 12: Sacrifices, Unity & Politics of Division and “June 12: Blood Democracy & Spirit of Reconciliation”. This year I…
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Opinion

Changing the ICT Narrative In Nigeria, By Soji Ehinlanwo

In all, for Nigeria to achieve its true potential in Information and Communications Technology development and performance, a new and fresh raft of thinking, policy initiatives and investment push needs to be unveiled that consolidate not only on whatever modest achievements have been made but importantly maps out a new…
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Columns

Arguments in the Nigerian Left By Edwin Madunagu

The 2019 general elections provoked undeclared and unstructured discussions and debates in the Nigerian Left. Of the various themes that can be articulated from these animated exchanges of opinions—some of which are continuing—at least three may be considered central in the history and politics of revolutionary socialist struggle in Nigeria.…
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Columns

Comedian as president, pregnancy in prison By Louis Odion

There are some telltale signs of a perishing society, observed Alexander Solzhenitsyn. These, according to the Russian literary immortal and Nobel laureate, include acute scarcity of great statesmen and decline in arts. Conversely, a profound message must be intended when voters choose to go far outside the traditional power caste…
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