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5 Oct
With a complacent National Assembly, which has thrown generations unborn into monumental debt through reckless approval of loans by the executive and the emergence of tin gods in various spheres of power...
4 Oct
The situation in Nigeria presently is very alarming, and this is no exaggeration at all. The grim realities facing us ahead of 2023 are daily being worsened by the boldness
1 Oct
There are many indicators that Nigeria has remained transfixed in a circle for a greater part of its 61 years of political independence from colonial Britain.
1 Oct
Going by the wisdom of the sage, great leaders are characterised by their ability to create positive impacts on the lives of their subjects.
28 Sep
The uncertainty that has engulfed Guinea Conakry, three weeks after the September 5, 2021 coup that overthrew the administration of Alpha Conde is evidence enough of the regression of the polity
17 Sep
Rights group, Centre for Democracy and Development (CDD), has commended Nigerians for their resilience and perseverance towards sustaining democracy amid myriad of challenges.
7 Sep
Deputy Speaker of Oyo State House of Assembly, Abiodun Mohammed Fadeyi, has called for laws that will curb fake news and regulate social media so as to save lives
18 Aug
It remained to be seen how Sagay who is steeped in straightforward dealings, deep reflections, insightful responses to situations, and considered examination of issues
12 Aug
For the economist Albert Hirschman, democracy thrives not on strong opinions but on doubt and flexibility.
5 Aug
Nigeria today experiences crisis of leadership not because democratic government/federal system we practise are on their own bad systems or cannot provide the needed solution to the nation’s array of political...
3 Aug
The bottom line is that if the media is bedraggled in the sense of growth and sustainability, it cannot perform the essential functions of democracy and it does not matter if we are talking of public media
3 Aug
The first is that the obnoxious, toxic, and anti-democracy Nigerian Press Council Bill that you are pushing in the House of Representatives is dead on arrival because all those gallant men

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