The Looting Republic of Nigeria By Emmanuel Onwubiko

President Muhammadu Buhari came into office for the second time after he served as a military junta’s ruler and he rode on the popularity of the anti-corruption mantra to win with fifteen million votes as against the incumbent President Dr. Goodluck Jonathan who netted in 12 million votes. The emergence of Muhammadu Buhari with a […]

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Morgan Tsvangiral: The African Hero By Emmanuel Onwubiko

Zimbabwean’s political horizon has a striking resemblance to that of Nigeria in the sense that there are individuals who by merits ought to have become President of their nation’s respectively at different epochs but never emerged due to centripetal and centrifugal political forces at play. Kenya has same scenario. The Kenyan opposition figure Raila Odinga […]

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OXFAM Sex Scam versus Nigerian IDPS By Emmanuel Onwubiko

Oxfam is a United Kingdom registered charity and ranks as one of the foremost international non-governmental bodies that have over the last many years impacted positively in the lives of members of the human race from highly disadvantaged communities. This global brand is currently embroiled in a needless sexual scandal generated by the careless lifestyles […]

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FOR NASS, A Youthful Legacy Beckons By Emmanuel Onwubiko

In the last two decades, the last three years has gone down in annals of Nigeria’s politics as the epochal period whereby the young populations in Nigeria got a heavy dose of attention from the topmost echelons of the national parliament. The combination of two young Nigerians as the President of the Senate in the […]

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Herdsmen’s Menace and a rare Panacea By Emmanuel Onwubiko

John Keane is a professor of politics at the University of Westminster and the WZB (Berlin). The aforementioned scholar, who is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, is the author of a best seller politics book called “The life and Death of Democracy”. As a student of political philosophy, Professor Keane has won […]

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Nigerian Politicians and Integrity deficit By Emmanuel Onwubiko

I have this habit of engaging in early morning light debate. This is in keeping with my admiration for a certain philosopher of Ancient Greece who gained reputation for always going to the market square every other morning to engage his admirers in intellectual philosophizing. Infact, another great Greek Philosopher that has won my undying […]

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DISSECTING BUHARI’S, LUTHER’S DREAMS By Emmanuel Onwubiko

Psychologists say that dreams are actually activities that take place in the subconscious. Although dreams in the thinking of top rated psychologists who are clinical scientists are not just some frivolous ephemeral phenomena that only exists in the subconsciousness but some observers view dreams from a dismissive perspective.  Besides Psychologists, the majority of those who […]

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NIGERIAN YOUTHS: SOCIAL MEDIA INFLUENCERS AND THE DEFENSE OF IMPUNITY by Whyte Habeeb Ibidapo

There is no doubt that we reside in a country where her youths tolerate impunity with sympathy. Apart from the obvious fact that ours is also a place where money equals success; it is also a place where the misuse of power is better appreciated by the youths even when actions taken are not in […]

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