Category Archives: Nigerian Issues

Change. -By A.G. Giwa

May he who is advised, heed. Although it pains Tortoise, according to him, “if one heeds the advice I give.” For it’s only in regret that its full weight is felt. Haba! Kilode! Mechonu! A mermaid led a crowd to … Continue reading

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The Great Voice. -By A.G. Giwa

they are not sounds, the ordinary, they are not muffled, they are clear, my last words. that though great the challenges even greater the success. yesterday we were together doing this struggle for liberation, today I am sitting on the … Continue reading

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Letter To My President

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Mr. President, Stop Holding The Tiger By The Tail.

This past week, Nigerians have voiced their displeasure over what they considered to be a “loop-sided” appointments made by the President, Muhammadu Buhari, since he came to power. The phrase “federal character” trended on Twitter for several hours as concerned … Continue reading

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Oshiomhole’s Bride, Twitter And Religious Bigotry.

I haven’t written anything for sometime now. This is because I have been too busy sorting out some academic issues which completely diverted my attention from my haven. However, I have been forced to draft this short piece as a … Continue reading

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‘Kontinu’, Mr. President!

President Jonathan has less than 30 days to the end of his administration. As long as the Nigerian constitution is concerned, he’s still the Commander-in-Chief, and has the constitutional right to effect changes in the country. In the same vein, … Continue reading

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Buhari’s Victory and Awolowo’s Prophesy.

“one day, the best in the progressives, the best in the conservatives will come together to rule this nation.” – Chief Obafemi Awolowo The above statement is that of a prominent Nigerian and one Nigeria’s most influencial political figures of … Continue reading

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