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#TrueFederalism; Restructure Nigeria to end Marginalization

A lot of ethnic groups (if not all) complain of marginalization in Nigerian politics, both majority and minority ethnic groups. All groups perceive alleged marginalization in two forms; non inclusion of their tribesmen in the politics and absence of government presence in their locality in form of development projects. Some ethnic groups do not feel[…]

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#TrueFederalism; The Minorities, Their Resources and the rest of us

Ndokwa is a minority ethnic nationality in Delta State of Nigeria. Ndokwa is supposed to be one the richest ethnic groups in Nigeria. They have abundant natural resources beneath their soil. Ndokwa has one of the highest reserves of natural gas in Africa. It has in abundance crude oil and natural gas and has contributed[…]

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On Fiscal Federalism: An Open Letter to the Nigerian Senate

Dear Distinguished Senators of the Federal Republic, There is no other time than now to begin, or better put, to reintroduce the debate over what might, in fact, be the foundation of Nigeria’s unending political challenges. First, it was widely believed that the trouble with Nigeria was squarely the trouble with leadership. Bad leadership, to[…]

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Forty-One Promises Extracted from APC Manifesto

Below are forty-one promises contained in the APC Manifesto as published by the party prior to the Presidential election. The promises below are extracted from the two official documents released by APC as their Manifesto titled ‘Securing Nigeria’s Future’ and ‘Roadmap to a New Nigeria’, all published by the APC and signed by the then[…]

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What Has Radio Biafra Got to Do With Nigeria’s Unity?

Nigerians need to sit down to discuss this marriage of its different constituents and renegotiate its terms. Until she does so, Radio Biafra will be seen as the Hero and the Nigerian Government as the enemy; at least, to those who think Nigeria’s marriage needs renegotiation. The growing influence of Radio Biafra across the country[…]

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NIGERIA’S FEDERALISM- TO RESTRUCTURE OR NOT TO RESTRUCTURE

NIGERIA’S FEDERALISM- TO RESTRUCTURE OR NOT TO RESTRUCTURE My good friend Obinna Osuagwu strongly believes that corruption, political instability, and other manner of irregularity common in Nigerian politics is as a result of the existing faulty federal structure. For him, as long as we have the present style of federal government with money being shared[…]

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The Evil (beauty) of Fence Sitting at This Critical Time of Our Political Movement.

The evil (beauty) of fence sitting at this critical time of our political movement. Many Nigerians have wondered why few persons, I mean very few persons would insist that they prefer to remain indifferent in their choice as to a crucial political process that would certainly affect their future even if they choose not to[…]

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October 27, 2014
What Has Insanity Got To Do With Nigerians?

Insanity is not just a word. To many Nigerians, insanity is a way of life, a culture, a sacred tradition that must be respected, protected and defended at all cost. What is insanity? It is that moment when justice is overruled by sentiment. It is that moment when you have to support your brother, father,[…]

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