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11 Buhari, Kingibe and June 12
By his own admission, Ambassador Kingibe who was Bashorun Abiola’s running mate in that watershed 1993 election, abandoned the June 12 mandate, 'in the national interest' - a national interest he has failed to explain.
12 America and the deadly politics of the coronavirus (2)
Donald Trump and the GOP are poised to use the COVID-19 pandemic to rig the November general elections. They have already indicated that they are going to resist mail-in absentee ballot. They are going to insist on in-person voting....
13 America and the deadly politics of the coronavirus (1)
As if the charade of those protests is not bizarre enough, Trump’s Attorney General, William Barr, has threatened to join the protesters in suing state governors who are imposing restrictions to keep their citizens safe from the coronavirus.
14 November 10: Retributive justice afoot
Incontrovertible evidence abound which proves that Ken Saro Wiwa and fellow Ogoni activists were murdered as a result of their opposition to the transnational oil corporations’ reckless and racist operations....
15 Nigeria at 59: What nation?
In Nigeria state governors are the biggest thieves and murderers. They control billions of dollars and they are for the most part unaccountable. On paper, the state legislators are supposed to act as a check on the executive arm of government.
16 Ogoni: Is Muhammadu Buhari the last of the “Pharaohs“?
While our oil money is being expropriated and used to develop the Hausa/Fulani nation, General Buhari feels the best projects for Ogoniland are prison complex and cemetery. It’s like let’s punish them for daring to protest their situation!
17 Rivers, Oh Rivers!
Awash with surplus cash, Rivers State has become looters paradise, for the many governors, (both military and civilian) that the state has had the singular misfortune of being governed by.
18 Buhari’s second coup
Election rigging (actually a Nigerian tradition) as bad as it is, should not constitute a capital offence. In fact, I understand that both the Nigerian constitution and the country’s electoral laws have provisions that spell out punishment for election...
19 November 10: Why there will be no more oil production in Ogoni
I have lived Shell’s hell, literarily, and I am still as mad as hell. I happen to come from Kegbara Dere, where the first oil well in Ogoni was struck in 1958 and which has the largest single concentration of oil facilities in the nationality. By...
20 Nigeria at 58: It’s still organized banditry -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
It was my mentor and Ogoni super hero, the late Ken Saro Wiwa, who said what goes on in Nigeria in the name of government is nothing but organized banditry. Yes, the operation of 'government' in Nigeria revolves around two focal points-robbing and killing.

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