Opinion

Is Nigeria’s population the biggest in Africa?

To the above poser, politicians who are using falsified figures to milk Nigeria will answer in the affirmative. But the contrary is the case if authentic census figures could be

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Nigeria was once an indisputable leader in Africa: what happened?

The traditional leadership and redeemer posture of Nigeria in Africa has, in recent years, been put into question. Issues like corruption and infrastructural decay have held the country down from playing a leadership role

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Why are Nigerians living in denial?

Nigerians: WHEN the discourse is on Muhammadu Buhari and the state of affairs in Nigeria under his watch, opinions are sharply divided along ethnic and religious lines. My write-up last

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INCARCERATION OF OMOYELE SOWORE

  INCARCERATION OF OMOYELE SOWORE BY THE DESPOTIC AND TYRANNICAL GOVERNMENT OF GENERAL MUHAMMAD BUHARI: IGBOS AND YORUBAS, THE MOST EDUCATED, BUT FOOLISH SLAVES IN NIGERIA Just like the Indigenous

‘HOW AFRICAN LEADERS CAN TACKLE XENOPHOBIC ATTACKS’

As African leaders settle down to address the recurrent xenophobic and Afrophobic attacks in South Africa which have claimed the lives of over 200 nationals in recent years, international relations

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NIGERIA AND SOUTH AFRICA HAVE NO OTHER CHOICE BUT TO COLLABORATE

Nigeria and South Africa have no other choice but to collaborate. President Muhammadu Buhari could not have timed his visit to South Africa better, particularly on the 20th anniversary the

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SCAPEGOATING ILLEGAL AFRICAN IMMIGRANTS AS CRIMINALS ADDS FUEL TO THE XENOPHOBIA FIRE

The crucial fuel to anti-African immigrant sentiment, and hence of xenophobia, is the language of illegality which serves to scapegoat African migrants. They are here illegally, the logic goes, therefore

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WE ARE APPEASING FOREIGN INTERESTS AT OUR EXPENSE

As the president of the Republic of South Africa, who is empowered by our Constitution to be ultimately responsible for our foreign policy and our international relations, Cyril Ramaphosa has

SOUTH AFRICANS PREFER THEIR CHILDREN TO BE TAUGHT IN ENGLISH

English is only one of 11 official languages spoken in South Africa. It’s currently the preferred language of education and is used in many of the nation’s schools. But most

SOUTH AFRICANS NEED TO FACE SOME HARSH TRUTHS

South Africans need to take a long, hard look at themselves and stop blaming foreigners for their country’s woes, says South African journalist Shaazia Ebrahim. The photos and videos of