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Nigeria 2019: Engaging the Exigencies of Polling In a Digital Age, By Jibrin Ibrahim

It is important for Nigerians to take on board the fact that there has been considerable investment by INEC in technology solutions and administrative systems that have, to a significant extent, irrevocable improved the integrity of Nigerian elections. It is impossible to slide back to the Maurice Iwu days when…
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Opinion

Seriake Dickson and the Quest for Restructuring, By Godwin Onyeacholem

For him, Nigeria needs to be restructured for it to have any meaningful grip on progress. This is the growing sentiment among the populace who believe that Nigeria is not working because of the skewed federal system — with its perpetual over-centralisation — foisted by the military since 1966. Henry…
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Opinion

Adamolekun’s “I Remember”: Framing and Living Intellectual Responsibility, By Adele L. Jinadu

"I Remember" is not about nostalgia, it is not about a fruitless hankering after a past that is irreversibly gone. Rather, it is about looking backwards to the past and forward to the future from the present with the confidence that all is not lost and with the resolute determination…
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