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The Heart Bigger Than APC and PDP - By: Samuel O. Adeyemi
We are in an interesting season in the history of our nation. The past three months have been unprecedented by many standards. Daily, we are inundated with news of Change, Transformation and Moving Forward. Accusations, counter-accusations, allegations, counter-allegations, and law suits are not in short supply this season. They come in droves. The #BringBackOurGirls fervour seems to have been remarkably doused by the activities around this electioneering season. Salute to those still fanning the embers of that campaign which would have been put out, but for their resolute stance. Politicians who had (and still have) questions to answer have momentarily ceased to be seen in that light and are now celebrated as heroes.

An Urgent Memo to Nigerian Voters - By: Sly Edaghese
I know the majority of you have already made up your mind as to who to vote for, between Jonathan and Buhari, the two front-runners in the presidential election billed for Saturday. Therefore I am not here to influence your decision or tell you to change your mind. But know this adage: "In a democracy, people get the government they deserve." This implies that your vote counts. More than that. That you'll be responsible for the type of ruler you vote into power: a righteous ruler or a wicked ruler. King Solomon, in Proverbs 29:2, observed: "When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice: but when the wicked beareth rule, the people mourn." This is not a creed but an observation made by the wise king. He tells us that citizens of a nation will rejoice if those in authority are virtuous.

SOYINKA IS A TRIBALIST - By: Amaechi Odimeze
Nigerians over the years have distinguished themselves as nonpareils in their various fields of endeavour, Soyinka is not an exception. At least, his literary versatility still speaks volume of him, ever since he won a Nobel Prize in literature in 1986. But then, academic excellence is not all about a man, hence my interest on this enchanted swathe of riddle called Soyinka lies on his character, belief and positions more especially as it affects any contentious issues in the country and I have by careful analysis, discovered that he is a dour tribes man or tribalist to use Nigerian parlance. The days of Biafra and the saga of a mystery gun man are out of it, as that use his sheer exuberance and exaggerated anxiety for fame and relevance. The real Soyinka is now and apparently his real chemistry which he can no longer suppress a criss-cross of tribalism   Every since, I discovered this, I have seen that my study of his personality is a wasted enterprise. Soyinka is a known atheist and a brazen hierophant of Ifa or Ogun or both. I suppose that every paterfamilias would wish his scions what he is or more. In the light of this, I keep wondering what Soyinka has got to tell this growing generation. . 

Jega in the eye of the Storm - By: Sly Edaghese
Content analysis of General Muhammadu Buhari’s speech at Chatham House London on Thursday, February the 26th, is replete with too many baffling contradictions. Though he said that when he is speaking about Nigeria overseas, he normally preferred to be the country’s ‘public relations and marketing officer’, and would extol nation’s virtues in the hope of attracting investments and tourists, such dual posturing (being one thing in Nigeria and another overseas) or multiple personality disposition, makes it impossible to know where the General really stands on issues. Throughout his campaigns in Nigeria, he had demonized the Jonathan Administration and painted a gory picture of a worsening economy and a failing State. In fact Buhari once or twice called Nigeria a failed state in his nationwide campaigns, to push to the limit how compelling regime change had become in Nigeria with himself as the messiah running to the rescue. 

Buhari 's Chatham House Speech Of Contradictions
Content analysis of General Muhammadu Buhari’s speech at Chatham House London on Thursday, February the 26th, is replete with too many baffling contradictions. Though he said that when he is speaking about Nigeria overseas, he normally preferred to be the country’s ‘public relations and marketing officer’, and would extol nation’s virtues in the hope of attracting investments and tourists, such dual posturing (being one thing in Nigeria and another overseas) or multiple personality disposition, makes it impossible to know where the General really stands on issues. Throughout his campaigns in Nigeria, he had demonized the Jonathan Administration and painted a gory picture of a worsening economy and a failing State. In fact Buhari once or twice called Nigeria a failed state in his nationwide campaigns, to push to the limit how compelling regime change had become in Nigeria with himself as the messiah running to the rescue. 

 

 

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