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Remembering Fela’s VIPs: “Vagabonds in Power”

Remembering Fela’s VIPs: “Vagabonds in Power”

One conventional piece of wisdom says that the more things change, the more they remain the same. For Nigeria, things don’t remain the same after many iteration of change. They get progressively worse. Our elections or special selections are a good illustration of this oddity.On February 25, Nigeria effortlessly reached another level of infamy. We

Enmeshed in The RUGA Ruckus

The Muhammadu Buhari administration is prone to shooting itself in the foot again and again, and validating the accusation that the president is incurably parochial and out of touch with reality. The administration’s poor policy formulation is a fall-out of his lack of sensitivity to the people’s anxieties and expectations. What can be more insensitive

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The Other Side Of June 12

The celebrations are over. But the conversations on what the day truly represents continue. June 12 is now legally Nigeria’s Democracy Day. President Muhammadu Buhari, having cashed in on the “crass opportunism”, as Prince Kassim Afegbua, one of the PDP campaign spokesmen, noted, is lapping up the accolades for honouring M.K.O. Abiola, the symbol of

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Once Upon A Myth

When Muhammadu Buhari was sworn in as president on May 29, 2015, his supporters were euphoric. No one could really begrudge their wild jubilations. They were entitled to their moments of delirium. Finally, after three failed attempts, Buhari was president. Their ‘messiah’ had arrived, and their expectations of the good times rolling in were sky-high.

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The Emperor Strikes Back

Nigerian governors are powerful. If you don’t know, think of what Oyo State governor, Abiola Ajimobi, told those unruly students in 2017 in Ibadan, when they dared to heckle him while he was addressing them: “We (that is himself) are the constituted authority”. As the ‘constituted authority’, governors can do and undo anything. Many of

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Apartheid, Fraudulent Victory And A Sham Panel

There is apartheid in Nigeria. It is the policy of the President Muhammadu Buhari administration. In South Africa, apartheid was institutionalised racism developed by the roguish political elements of the white minority to seize all the country’s resources for themselves and keep the black African majority in perpetual servitude and penury. The abhorrent racist policy

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The Invisible President And Our Killing Fields

The statistics are getting grimmer and there is no end in sight to the rampant violence and mindless killings that blight the landscape. So many parts of the country have become killing fields. And nobody is safe anymore, anywhere. From the terrorism of Boko Haram and rampaging armed bandits to the killer herdsmen and kidnappers,

India Election 2019

Lessons From India’s Mammoth Election

India is famous for its film industry, Bollywood. It is the world’s biggest in the number of movies it produces annually. The movies have a huge global audience mainly because of the singing and intricately choreographed dancing they always feature. Also, they tell stories that hundreds of millions of people around the world can easily

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