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41 On WhatsApp etiquette et al -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
I groan every time I'm added to another WhatsApp group. Regardless of the purported reason for the establishment of the group, post patterns soon become familiar - record numbers of inane videos and anecdotes from the boundless archives of social media, a...
42 Of criminals and their beneficiaries -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
I was flummoxed at the Facebook campaign mounted by the wife of the brutal kidnapper, Evans (Chukwudidumeme Onuamadike) pleading for her husband's life.
43 Bottom Power: Not the President but the Local Government Chairman -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
So, why do we bypass wards, local councils, state governments, and our legislators to attack the president? Why not accuse local government chairmen and councilors of negligence, ineptitude, and culpability particularly in crises occurring in their areas?...
44 Oh Wakanda! The joy of self-determination -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
Untainted by western imperialism and external gerrymandering, Wakandans determine succession by agreed-upon rules that give citizens the strongest leader and not a stooge of western powers who atrophies in office till death a la Nguema Mbasogo, Biya,...
45 When Racism comes back in Fashion -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
So, how do we respond to those who call us out of our names, abuse, enslave, and slaughter us in broad daylight? Do we wring our hands, respond with posts and diatribe and boycotts and petitions, and diatribe? And diatribe?...
46 God, do it now: The allure of miracles -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
I am praying for miracles in many areas of my life - my finances, weight, relationships, and did I say finances? Specifically, I want my debts to be miraculously cancelled. Miracles are attractive for many reasons - instantaneousness, the drama, and awe.
47 Na Only You Waka Come?: Alternatives to dissociation in the Nigerian community -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
When I arrived in Omaha for a job, I felt lonely and began to look for my people. Quickly, I heard the common sad story. In this case, there'd been an association once upon a time. Folks had paid dues and others had stolen them, so all had dispersed to...
48 Slavery begins at Home: Our dangerous romance with corruption -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
There's the story of the ex-senator who was riding on a public bus from his home to Lagos. From his sit beside the driver, he heard some of the other passengers talking about him. 'Can you imagine,' one said, 'all that time in Abuja and he can't even...

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