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21 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Afenifere: Once upon an identity
But for the misrule of Generals Ibrahim Babangida and Sani Abacha, and, save for some students of history among us, I am sure quite a good number of us, especially, post-Nigeria's independence children, would have known, or learnt, next-to-nothing about...
22 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Marginalisation and political expediency
Marginalisation is not only when a section, or a sector, of the population is neglected. Marginalisation arises when the governed is subjected to the hideous pretensions, individualistic meddlesomeness and criminal small-mindedness of revisionist forces...
23 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Your deed shall speak for you!
As a matter of fact, an average American lives a better life because those who hold the mantle of leadership believe that, since they live in 'God's own' country, it is their God-given duty to see that all goes well with all, irrespective of political...
24 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Fani-Kayode: The collapse of reason
Fani-Kayode's assertion that ''Yoruba race is not corrupt'' is practically escapist in nature, particularly empty in content and pathetically ridiculous in context. It is nothing other than the disconnected excuse of an unfocussed mind. Of course, if we...
25 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Yar'Adua's rigmarole
Whereas one of our greatest setbacks is that democracy in Nigeria has been an epoch of clashing contradictions, while the leadership has become bitted by ideological waywardness and bridled by managerial faintness, the followership has not only gone...
26 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - The burden of morality
I have time and again argued that, in other climes, people resign from - or quit, or take a bow and leave - office whenever and wherever their integrity is (being) called to question but, in Nigeria, come what may, Nigerians don't quit. It is not in our...
27 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Nigeria, toilers and stealers
We have oppressors in power. To them, the best way to, at least, preserve their relevance is to, at all cost, expand their horizon. That, of course explains why a serving Minister must have in his fleet seventeen official vehicles purchased and serviced...
28 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Democracy and the culture of conspiracy
Many thanks to the home-grownness of our democracy: since those who lead us recklessly personalize governance, systemize illegitimacy and institutionalize sleaze, our democracy has been consistently bedwetting and, our judiciary, originally expected to be...
29 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Jesters in power
Democracy gang-raping. Legislative gangsterism. Judicial rascality. Executive recklessness. Avaricious leadership. Complacent followership. Criminal silence. Characteristic doublespeak. Isolated intervention. Hazardous adventurism. Erroneous mentality....
30 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Atikuthiasis
If the contents of the letter sent to the National Assembly by President Obasanjo were anything to go by, then, one can safely posit that Jefferson communicated to the president about the alleged fraud in (the) PTDF on May 28, 2004. If this is true, why...

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