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Boycotting the Killers’ Bloody Beef In Kumuyi’s Cow Country, By Festus Adedayo

As rational beings, let us lift the veil and go beyond the veneer of Buhari’s June 12 day as Democracy Day. When you now situate this side by side Kumuyi’s doggerel, you will see that all that Nigerian leaders and their episcopal accomplices want is a cowed country or a…
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Nigeria’s Gradual Return To Dictatorship, By Femi Aribisala

If care is not taken, the so-called “next level” of Buhari’s government might be a return to dictatorship. Nigerians are not students of history. History, in Nigeria, is so contentious, it is not even taught in our schools. However, we educate our future through the study of history. A country…
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After UN Win, Nigeria Should Return To Work, By Owei Lakemfa

I think our presidency of the UNGA may give Nigeria some intangible gains like more visibility, higher profile and prestige in the UN. Given these realities, and the multiple public holidays we have awarded ourselves, we should get back to work and face the challenges of mass hunger, mass unemployment,…
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