Opinion

Readiness, education and rape

The expedient and imperative for Nigeria, now, is that all must be done to crack and marsh kernels for Nigerian children whose readiness drive needed to be actuated to go on learning The post Readiness, education and rape appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News. …

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Internal democracy in political parties – Part 2

I have tried to encourage the building of such internal organs unsuccessfully. How does a party member unhappy with policies of the government of his party express it and help it change for better? The post Internal democracy in political parties – Part 2 appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria …

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Mamman Daura Is Not The Problem By Azu Ishiekwene

Azu Ishiekwene I’ve been amused by the strenuous efforts to explain exactly what Mamman Daura, President Muhammadu Buhari’s nephew, meant or did not mean when he said last week that rotating the Presidency was no longer useful. I thought what he told the BBC Hausa service, which has existed for …

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Nigeria: China And Our Sovereignty Question By Tony Ademiluyi

From time immemorial, nations have had the quest to be sovereign with their affairs governed with autochthony rather than externally. The rise and fall of the great world empires like the Greek, Roman, Persian, Babylonian etc have their roots in the desire by mortals to resist foreign domination and oppression. …

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#RevolutionNow: This Too Shall Pass By Adebayo Raphael

Adebayo Raphael speaking at a public function. Whilst poring through the heart-wrenching images that emerged on different social media fora concerning the RevolutionNow protests yesterday, one could at once see the bestiality of those who should protect the sanctity of Nigeria’s democracy; those who should tirelessly protect the lives and rights of …

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Some good neighbours saw murder and didn’t bother

The Assistant Chief has never seen anything like it in his 25 years of investigating homicide. The murder was not the surprise; but that good neighbours… The post Some good neighbours saw murder and didn’t bother appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News. Read More

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Fasanmi and the opportunity for re-invention

Those who knew Senator Ayo Fasanmi would not have been surprised about the outpouring of tributes for the statesman. Though the last time he was directly involved in the art of governance was in 1983… The post Fasanmi and the opportunity for re-invention appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News …

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