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Democratic gun-vernment: a military system with a democratic mask

Pandemonium, sounds of gunshots, lamentations and hunger, kidnapping and banditry traceable to unemployment and poverty alongside unbearable inflation defined a democratic gun-vernment and NOT...

Pantami, Baba Ijesha…3 Nigerians who dominated the social media in April

By Ezinwanne Onwuka Isa Pantami Nigeria’s Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Isa Pantami, came under fire over his alleged link with terrorist groups. Trouble began for...

Nationhood: Going Beyond Hausa, Yoruba And Igbo Arrangement

By Jerome-Mario Utomi Some leadership traits that were useful in the past might not be so today, because we are facing a situation that is totally...

Okonjo-Iweala, Ezekwesili… Nigerian women changing the narrative in politics

By Ezinwanne Onwuka Gender stereotypes are common in the Nigerian political sphere. This, in addition to other barriers such as lack of finance, religious beliefs,...

Saving Alapere/Ketu, Lagos Residents from Acute Potable Water Scarcity

By Jerome-Mario Utomi As noted by Peter Drucker in his book, Innovation and entrepreneurship (Harper Business1985), the greatest business breakthroughs take place as the result...

Twitter: Why Ghana and not Nigeria as Africa’s HQ?

By Ezinwanne Onwuka Twitter’s CEO and co-founder, Jack Dorsey, announced the company’s presence on the continent earlier this week. He made it known that the...

Addressing Nigeria’s Rising Unemployment Rate

By Jerome-Mario Utomi The latest report published by the National Bureau of Statistics(NBS) on its website which among other things noted that Nigeria Unemployment Rate has...

Burna Boy, Wike and the regular hoodwinking of Nigerians by musicians

By Emmanuel Daraloye Burna Boy is in the news again. The recent Grammy winner has been on the receiving end of backlash after his homecoming...

The Hijab Controversy: Why Schools Should Be Secular

By Ezinwanne Onwuka The banning of religious clothing and symbols in public schools is an ongoing and contentious issue in education, that has generated a...

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In defence of the jailed election rigging professor

By Dons Eze, PhD Everybody is now condemning Peter Ogban, a Professor of Soil Science at the University of Calabar, who the other day, was...

BEMOANING THE FATE OF ENUGU-ONITSHA ROAD

By Dons Eze, PhD For decades, the one hundred kilometers Enugu-Onitsha Expressway has been in deplorable and dilapidated state, causing discomfort and dislocations to thousands...

The trial of Nigerian judiciary

By Dons Eze, PhD Oftentimes, we hear that the court, or the judiciary, is the last hope of the common man. But in real life,...
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