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Category: Opinion


Nigeria: The unscramblity of a scrambled egg. By Tochukwu Ezukanma 

“It was that lamentable mix of oil boom and military involvement in politics, and its attendant corrupt, amoral and profligate governments that complicated the problems of Nigeria.” The different peoples of Nigeria made contiguous by geography, roped together by British colonialism, and bound by political…


A Tripping Jagaban. By Bolaji O. Akinyemi 

To save us from the risk of fostering any invalid on ourselves in 2023, I will suggest that a bill should be drafted by the office of the Attorney General of the Federation and should be forwarded to the National Assembly insisting on a comprehensive…

Opinion, Politics

What the HR1 Bill involves for the US citizen. 

By Lindsey McPherson and Kate AckleyPosted March 6, 2019 at 5:05am As the House begins debate Wednesday on HR 1 — the Democratic majority’s package overhauling voting, campaign finance and ethics law — some parts of the bill will likely get more attention than others, but several under-the-radar…


The Nigerian oil-rich poverty. By Tochukwu Ezukanma 

“While the political elite and their cronies maintain life-styles that amaze even the rich and the famous of the wealthiest countries of the world, a frightening proportion of Nigerians are trapped in extreme poverty”. History has demonstrated that democracy is a fount of political stability,…

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