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Hasty Generalization Fallacy In The Classification Of Nigeria Into Three Ethnic Nationalities And The Wazobia Acronym By Malcolm Emokiniovo Omirhobo

It is an undisputed fact that the Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba ethnic groups are the largest ethnic groups in Nigeria. It is a fact that the Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba languages are widely spoken in Nigeria aside English language. It is a fact that the official...

How To Retire Old And Expired Politicians From Public Office In Nigeria By Jude Feranmi

On the 26th of June, 2018, a young lady, who had run a very popular campaign and appealed to young people, who wanted hope and change in the way they were governed was declared the winner of an election against an incumbent member of...

Insecurity: The Sleeping President! By Adbullahi D Mohammed

These are indeed turbulent times for the entity called Nigeria. One cannot wrap his head around the myriad of issues confronting the nation, and, making a case for each of the problem(s) would be an exercise in futility because each problem is uniquely and...

We have no other country but Nigeria

Jide Osuntokun General Muhammadu Buhari in his first coming as a military head of state after the coup d’état that swept off the corrupt and rudderless Shehu Shagari regime in 1983 said something like Nigeria is the only country we have and “...

AfDB crisis underlines America’s failure of imagination in 21st Century Africa

by David Hundeyin Here’s a pop quiz: Which historical figure when talking about his country’s relationship to Africa, stated that their only concern was “preserving the free flow of natural resources from Africa to the global market” in addition to tackling “challenges” to his country’s...

Building a Sustainable Brand For People, Planet and Profit

By Ever Obi It’s been half a year since the first signs of COVID-19 surfaced. It has taken away hundreds of thousands of lives and destroyed the livelihood of millions, but we’re finally beginning to recover. As the pandemic slowly and painfully subsides, it is worth noting...

Op-Ed: The future of US global leadership depends on how the nation addresses systemic racism

KEY POINTS It must be said plainly and repetitively, so that no one can miss the significance of this historic moment for the United States and its allies, who depend on its leadership. The continued U.S. ability and credibility to lead rests on how effectively the...

Nigeria’s strength lies in its unity as nation building Is our collective duty by Adeola Soetan

God does not carry a nation's burden. Citizens do and unburden themselves with their courage and will-power to struggle. Even in God's own country, Americans didn't go to God through their prayer centres for divine intervention when killer Cop Derek publicly executed George Floyd. They...

What No One Will Tell You About Racism In Canada By Samuel Osho

At the climax of dramatic events that have flipped the year 2020 on its head, the inhumane killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer has resurrected a new wave of anti-black racism protests in North America and other parts of the world....

Ambode’s Humiliation: Will Obaseki Follow Suit? By Tony Ademiluyi

History repeats itself because man in his usual frailty learns the stories but never the salient lessons. This weakness of man ensures that events are perpetually recycled when such needless rigmarole could have been nipped in the bud. In the 2015 build up to the...
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