Opinion

January 15: Where We Came From, By Reuben Abati

“There was once a country,” Achebe said. But unfortunately, there is still no nation, no freedom from fear, oppression, erosion of democratic norms of fair play, distrust of the political elite, rising expectations, corruption, inefficiency, incompetence, vengeance and blood-letting. May be economic prosperity and justice for all is the answer.…
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Columns

The Insolence Of Rabiu Kwakwanso and The Words Of Inua Wada, By Femi Fani-Kayode

It appears to me that with the "shut up" rhetoric of Rabiu Kwankwaso we may have another Inua Wada in the making. Whichever way history must not be allowed to repeat itself and Southerners must not be massacred. It is also clear that the violent and provocative rhetoric of today's…
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Opinion

Why Do Nigerians Love Ethnic Politics and Yet Pretend Not To?, By Kenneth Amaeshi

It does appear that the Nigerian polity is one dominated by pragmatic ethics, where benefits and outcomes are not necessarily broadly articulated from what works for Nigeria as a whole, but rather narrowly defined as what works for my ethnic group, regional and religious affiliations, and in most instances for…
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