Opinion

#EndSARS: ‘Writings, cracks on the wall’ ignored

No force on earth can stop an idea whose time has come. Nothing is stronger than an idea whose time has come. No army can stop an idea whose time has come. The post #EndSARS: ‘Writings, cracks on the wall’ ignored appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and …

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Right on target

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Justice for silenced girls

Sir: As Nigeria commemorated the International Day of the Girl Child, a day set aside for the rights of the girl child, painful incidences of the Chibok girls, Leah Sharibu, Uwaila Omozuwa, and every other girl who have been a victim of injustice, who although have yet not received justice …

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Labourer into a Labour Party? Mba o!!!

Maybe those who create the Labour Party in Nigeria never bothered to study the history of the Labour Parties in Britain, in France, in Germany and in the Netherlands. The post Labourer into a Labour Party? Mba o!!! appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News. …

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Now The ‘Lazy’ Youths Have Arisen By Achike Chude

ACHIKE CHUDE Nigerians just do not seem to know the depth of their socio-economic and political morass. In fact, it would not be out of character to say that we are in deep s–t. Today, the continuously and consistently declining structure of the Nigerian state has now gotten to a …

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Important Lessons From #EndSARS Protests By Adewale Adeoye

There was no date announced for the protests. It took off like a single match, then it became a box of matches, and then became a huge fire. Many Nigerians live under the illusion that revolution is not possible. They think Nigerians are docile. That is a lack of a …

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#ENDSARS As Hope In The Future By Bunmi Makinwa

Bunmi Makinwa Days of protests have shaken Nigeria in a way that is different from any other protest since “Alli Must Go” in 1978, a nationwide student protest against military government over increased costs of feeding on college campuses that rocked the country to its roots.  The apparent lack of …

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If women lead productive advocacies, time for political inclusion

Nnedinso Ogaziechi   On a daily basis, the world sees but wryly pretends to be blind to the voice and role of women in leadership and socio-economic productive lives that keep the global wheel grinding. The organizational power of women is often ignored by men when core leadership issues are …

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