African Opinion

Nigeria: Breeding Future Corrupt Oppressors By Fredrick Nwabufo

I write not to debase, denigrate or rubbish Nigeria, but to expose its procrustean and internecine flaws. Flaws that are bound to progress tragically into generations in the life of the country if proactive, concerted, sensible, conscious and linear steps are not taken to turn them into claws for “clawing in” fairness, transparency, equity, justice and discipline

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Oja Ara: An Unforgettable Experience

My first visit to Oja-Ara was in October 2012, I had just arrived Lagos from a long unsuccessful business up north the night before and I needed a break. I found myself slipping into a slough of despondency and desperately sought to clear my head

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Calling The Nigerian Police Back To Reason

When I first read the news about police preventing the Rivers State Governor, Chubuike Rotimi Amaechi from entering the government house, I take it as one of those falsified news report concocted to mislead the public, but I after some while, the news was verified to be true

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PDP Crisis: The Ball Is in Tukur’s Court

Yesterday, 10th of September, 2013, four of the progressive seven State Governors (Babangida Aliyu of Niger, Rabiu Kwankwaso of Kano, Murtala Nyako of Adamawa and Abdulfatah Ahmed of Kwara) loyal to the Alhaji Abubakar Kawu Baraje-led Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) met with President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan in Abuja in connection with the crisis currently rocking our party

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Jonathans secret Plot against Tukur

The battle of wits in d Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, which culminated to the polarization of the Party during its Special Convention at the Eagle Square in Abuja may take a new turn going by revelations made to AGOGO NEWS by a source close to the Deputy National Chairman of the Party, Prince Uche Secondus

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Decolonizing The African Mind

I hope you have had enough time to digest the issues I raised in my feature piece “Afrocentricity and the Future of Ghana.” Though I peppered the piece with meandering generalizations, a device I did not purposively deploy, I can only hope that my arguments did achieve its noble objective

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PLEASE, LET’S PRAY FOR AMAECHI . . . as Rivers’ political crisis continues to defy solution

I am sure that many watchers of political events in Rivers State would not have imagined that the political crisis rocking that state could last this long, especially against the backdrop that members of the clergy, traditional rulers, civil society, opinion leaders, to mention a few, have made frantic efforts as they know how to see an end to the imbroglio

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Unemployment In Rivers And Amaechi’s Magic Wand

I am sure that many watchers of political events in Rivers State would not have imagined that the political crisis rocking that state could last this long, especially against the backdrop that members of the clergy, traditional rulers, civil society, opinion leaders to mention a few have made frantic efforts as they know how to see an end to the imbroglio

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