Columns

The IPOB Humilation of Ndigbo At Nuremberg, By Majeed Dahiru

In the eyes of the rest of non-Igbo Nigeria, the assault on Ekweremadu, the Ike Oha Ndigbo is a humiliation of the entire Ndigbo "worldwide." This reprehensible act of base ignorance, if not condemned unequivocally by those who should know better, will become a permanent scar of disrepute on the…
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Opinion

Senator Ike Ekweremmadu, Igbo Representatives and Legitimacy Deficit, By Uche Igwe

I do not mean to say that the wishes, style and assumptions of constituents are always As a rule, representatives must find ways to reflect the wishes of the represented or respectfully look for another job. If they learn to do so consistently, they will reclaim their legitimacy and unfortunate…
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Columns

Buhari the Dead and His Body Double, By Festus Adedayo

My haunch is that Mr. President’s manifestation of acute withdrawal, austere energy for governance and other indices is a withdrawal syndrome associated with sufferers of the kind of ailment that he's battled, who is probably manifesting the effects of exotic drugs administered to keep him alive. The notorious rumour in…
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Opinion

This Cannot Be Your Best, Mr. President, By Ahmed Oluwasanjo

...if Buhari has done his "best" with regard to security as Nigeria’s commander-in-chief, and we still record huge and widespread death counts as a result of incessant herdsmen attacks, then he has failed as the country's chief security officer and should quit the position of a more competent hand. The…
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Opinion

Nigeria: It’s Just a Few Hours To Kigali, By Festus Adedayo

The beginning of a stoppage of this collective travel on the road to Kigali is for President Buhari to apologise to the Benue people for the killings by his Fulani brothers and condemn their actions. Thereafter, he should convoke an ethnic-related meeting to trash out the issues involved. Narratives of…
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