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Analogy Of Oppressors & Foolish Citizens (A case study of Nigeria citizens & their elected oppressors)

By Hope Aiye Aig Analogy Of Oppressors & Foolish Citizens (A case study of Nigeria citizens & their elected oppressors) – During the Soviet dictatorship of Joseph Stalin. He was a brutal dictator with mind of his own. On one… Continue Reading →

AMBODE AND THE MOURNING AFTER THE LAGOS APC PRIMARIES

By: Andy Akporugo Jr AMBODE AND THE MOURNING AFTER THE LAGOS APC PRIMARIES Because democracy is a corporeal sport, we do not expect a miracle at the day’s retirement when the results of the Lagos APC gubernatorial primaries would be… Continue Reading →

MAKING POLITICAL CAPITAL OUT OF ‘‘VILLAGE DRUNKARDY’’

By: Andy Akporugo Jr –  MAKING POLITICAL CAPITAL OUT OF ‘‘VILLAGE DRUNKARDY’’ Nollywood is a story of the Nigerian reality, even if many times told in unconvincing gaps and stutters. Yet for all its imperfections in storytelling, nothing touches the… Continue Reading →

PASTOR BENNY HINN PREDICTS AGAIN WHAT WOULD HAPPEN TO NIGERIA POLITICS IN FEW WEEKS

By: Benny Hinn –  PASTOR BENNY HINN PREDICTS AGAIN WHAT WOULD HAPPEN TO NIGERIA POLITICS IN FEW WEEKS Senator Dino Melaye, Buhari’s special adviser Femi Falana, Jerry Gana, Orji Uzo Kalu’s wife, and the minister for education in Calabar, were… Continue Reading →

NIGERIA AND THE GOVERNANCE OF, BY AND FOR THE COMEDIC [PART 1]

Sometimes I feel a sense of guilt watching free of any charge, the comedy series playing out as leadership in Nigeria, but perhaps I shouldn’t. After all, I, amongst other Nigerians who just sit on their hands or choke on… Continue Reading →

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