Before the next round
I am inviting our country’s popular-democratic forces, especially the Nigerian Left, to join me in looking back once again.
Obasanjo is wrong, APC is daft
I disagree with Chief Olusegun Obasanjo. The ex-President is wrong about his scathing attack on the sitting President Muhammadu Buhari. He launched the litany of complaints with the authoritarian...
Nfor: Repression has reinvigorated demand for liberation of Southern Cameroon
The crisis in Southern Cameroon is a political conflict between two former United Nations (UN) trust territories, because many people think Southern Cameroon is the southern part of the country called the Republic of Cameroon.
Regions, which regions?
Some iconic elders of the Yoruba race have taken their push for restructuring the country a notch further.
We have failed our founding fathers
Lest we forget, once upon a time, precisely on August 13, 1947, a group of Nigerian patriots was at the London Office of the British Colonial Secretary, Arthur Creech-Jones to demand for the country’s political independence.
The Yoruba nation and history lessons - Part 2
Despite the reality of the improved version of politics of “stomach infrastructure” in Ekiti state to “pot-of-soup democracy” in neighbouring Ondo State ...