Puncturing some falsehood about South-East and South-West

Sometimes when some Igbo people talk about the need for the people of Southern Nigeria to unite, they blame the South-West for preferring to align with the North more than aligning with the South-East. The facts from Nigeria’s political history show that it is not true that the South-West aligns […]

Magu an orphan

Is the federal government’s war against corruption in Nigeria no longer the causa proxima for the emergence of President Muhammadu Buhari’s regime or what? Or is that Nigerians don’t trust the government in its fight against corruption? Since the news of Magu’s detention, interrogation, and now substitution, at the instigation […]

Soyinka at 86th: Why I enlisted in the military but fled… ― Wole Soyinka

Nigerian Nobel laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka, who clocked 86 (13 July 2020) has elucidated his motive for enlisting in the Nigerian Army officer Corp but decided to leave after a period. According to the Yoruba-born, Akínwándé Olúwo̩lé Babátúndé S̩óyíinká, he “would have become a retired General now!” He said this […]

How I wore same clothes, slept on bare floor for 96 days in military detention – Obaro, retired UI professor of history

Venerable Obaro Ikime is a retired professor of history, a fellow and former president of the Historical Society of Nigeria. The retired priest of the Anglican Communion and former member of the University of Ibadan Governing Council speaks about his academic and career experiences, including his ordeal with the military […]

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