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The 2019 Nigerian presidential elections

The Nigerian Presidential Elections are barely a year away. It’ll be an interesting and definitive election that the whole of Nigeria – and the rest of the World – will be watching very carefully. Again it’s going to be a test to see if democracy can survive in Africa. Traditionally incumbent Presidents can expect to […]Read More
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The killer floods again

Monday’s downpour in Accra proved us wrong when we thought this year would be bereft of the annual ritual of flooding. The Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) after the de-silting of the major drains in the city expected the floods not to come. The assembly had through its CEO claimed that the initial rains without floods […]Read More
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Leaving the UN Human Rights Council

The margin between what is a human right as an inalienable possession, and how it is seen in political terms is razor fine. In some cases, the distinctions are near impossible to make. To understand the crime of genocide is to also understand the political machinations that limited its purview. No political or cultural groups, […]Read More
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How men must view monogamous relationships

There are many schools of thought on what the relationship between a man and a woman should be. It’s 2018, and I don’t know how the following notion; “behind every successful man, is a woman”, comes up in any conversation regarding fruitful relationships. Whenever I hear that statement, a few questions pop to mind; why behind? […]Read More