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By: on November 22, 2021
The entire world turned its attention to Nigeria that bloody evening of Tuesday, October 20, 2020 when heavily armed Nigerian soldiers stormed the Lekki Tollgate, epicentre of #EndSARS protest and opened gunfire on peaceful demonstrators who were seated on the floor whilst singing the national anthem and waving the national flag. Knowing how untrustworthy Nigerian politicians are, the entire world immediately focused on Nigeria, eager to see how this open crime against humanity would be handl...
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By: on November 14, 2021
I do not have the temperament to witness the ongoing misgovernance in Ayade’s Cross River State without staging a protest, without putting up some resistance against such maladministration which is being forced down our throats in a civilised society. The state continues to sink into the abyss without a trace of redemption, yet only a few Cross Riverians are interested in calling out an incompetent, disastrous governor who runs the state like his personal company, Ayade Limited, for example. ...
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By: on November 4, 2021
Ever since the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) announced its intention to declare a week-long sit-at-home resistance in the entire Southeastern region, in the event that President Muhammadu Buhari remains adamant to the unconditional release of Mazi Onyendu Nnamdi Kanu before November 4, 2021, there has arisen a litany of hue and cry from Igbo and Nigerian Politicians alike, and also from their parasitic dependants. While many of them have condemned and endeavoured to construe this course of ...
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By: on October 18, 2021
THE Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, last week returned the issue of floating the nation’s currency, naira, to the front burner, when, while speaking at the Mid-Term Ministerial Performance Review Retreat, he called for a review of the Central Bank of Nigeria’s (CBN) foreign exchange management strategy on the basis that the naira value “is artificially low” and impedes the inflow of investments. Osinbajo had said, “As for the exchange rate, I think we need to move our rates to be as...
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By: on October 12, 2021
Few Yoruba politicians who are profiteers of Fulani minority rule still believe in one Nigeria. These few elites with the collaboration and cooperation of traitors among Yorubas make Fulani domination easy and possible. Majority of Yoruba people are in a hurry to leave Nigeria for Oduduwa Nation. Nigeria is not practicing democracy but minoritarianism. Political Science defines minoritarianism as a “political structure or process in which a minority segment of a population has a certain degre...
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By: on October 1, 2021
This is a sequel to my open letter to Pastor RUGA Osinbajo published on Monday. Great leaders have visions. You can’t be a real leader who people want to follow without vision. Vision is the essential leadership ingredient. Vision is a clear, inspiring, practical, and attractive picture of a country’s future. Apart from Chief Obafemi Awolowo, The Great Awo, no Nigerian leader has the gift of vision for Nigeria. All the leaders produced so far have been spectators and predators. Pastor RUGA O...
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By: on September 23, 2021
The prevalence of the members, privies and agents of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) flaunting the law, breaking the instituted rule of law and not adhering to due process of the law is getting out of hand and they must hence be called to order and get their tail tamed for good or they risked being scrapped like their colleagues in the defunct State Anti Robbery Squad (SARS). The members of the Economic and Financial Crimes commission are currently undertaking the journey the...
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By: on September 11, 2021
It is now pellucid to all well-meaning Nigerians that Nigeria has reached a point of no return; the President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari, has reneged on his campaign promise and constitutional duty to protect the lives and property of Nigerians. Since he was first elected president in 2015, Buhari has shown with a compelling lucidity that his main goal is the continuation of Uthman Dan Fodio's jihad. He probably wrote the blueprint before he became president and tucked it away in his portmanteau....
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By: on August 28, 2021
Nigeria is a crime scene where the self-styled Commander-in-Chief of Armed Forces has been defeated by terrorists. Obviously, one need not be told that Nigeria is a failed state. Nigeria's security architecture has been hijacked, whilst the so-called “repentant terrorists” are given access to some classical information with the recruitment of terrorists into the Nigerian army. Imagine our topmost military base was cheaply invaded by terrorists. Obviously, Nigeria is being subdued by extern...
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By: on August 4, 2021
Since independence, Nigeria has been dogged by political instability caused by tribal political alliances. Some people believe rotational presidency will create equal opportunity for all Nigerians to participate without any form of discrimination. Rotational presidency, they argued, will promote national cohesion, stability, and effective power sharing. It will remove the struggle for power and promote peace. Professor Ishak Akintola director and founder of Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC)disa...
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By: on July 4, 2021
The beauty of a democratic society is its penchant for the rule of law. For this, our founding fathers craved when in hope of it, they fought for freedom from our colonial masters opting for self rule. The generation after them who were nursed and nurtured for leadership from the dividends of self rule through regional arrangements in a working federation will not put up with the hijack of power by the military. They fought till they saw the military back to the barracks but not out of power. ...
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By: on June 14, 2021
Before our dear Government bans opinion writing and blogging in Nigeria, a beautifully written piece titled “A Fulani woman’s dilemma about igbos” by Zubaida Baba Ibrahim, caught my attention and I couldn’t resist responding to it swiftly. At a time of uncertainty, insecurity, civil unrest and injustice, one must commend those who are brave enough to speak up loudly and clearly. That's what, Zubaida, a young Fulani woman from Northern Nigeria did eloquently and courageously with her article. ...
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