Nigeria’s Paper Independence: The Shattered Dreams Of Its Founding Fathers And The Way Forward

The expectations of Nigerians were high when the British Union Jack was lowered and the ‘green-white-green’ flag was hoisted on the 1st of October 1960, to mark the end of British colonial rule, which the country’s nationalists finally won in the struggle for independence, and the readiness to build dreams. The expectations the founding fathers of…

A Reflection Of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s Heroic Exploits As Political Coup And Enthronement Of Islamic Supremacy Heightens In Nigeria

  “Nnamdi Kanu is a foolish, useless, stupid and jobless man, he has no handwork or meaningful means of livelihood, he is a drug addict bent on destroying the Nigerian government and threatening her unity, a Lilliputian and an opportunist from Afaraukwu Ibeku,” these and more were the opinions of some ill-informed and ill-educated persons…

Amnesty Programme: Ex-militants Laments Neglect After Renounce, Threatens To Resume Hostilities Ahead Of 2019 Elections

DELTA — Ex-militants cutting across Ogun, Lagos, Ondo and other ‘Niger Delta States’ led by one Gen. Ogailo Iborry, have lamented their neglect by the government after been deceived into surrendering their arms and been coerced into accepting to benefit from the Presidential Amnesty Programme.   According to the ex-militants, “the federal government, through the…

Voter Apathy And Boycott Of Elections, The Only Way To End Abusive Political Selection In Nigeria

Since Nigeria attained independence in October 1960, several elections have been held at different points in time, but none have passed the criteria for a credible, free and fair election. Since the enthronement of the All Progressives Congress, APC-led government, headed by Muhammadu Buhari, a strange and destructive scenario have been added to an already…