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Asaba massacre: A note of warning

By Cheta NWANZE THERE is an Igbo saying about when you wake up is your morning. It simply means that it is never too late to start. This is, in my view, a good thing as it engenders an attitude that does not allow people to give up on…
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Revolutions that “fired” young Leftists

By Edwin Madunagu I FEEL the need to begin with some clarifications on the title that has been constructed for this piece: “Revolutions that ‘fired’ young Leftists.” This need will be more than adequately met if a specific meaning can be…
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OPINION: On journalism and patriotism

By Simon Kolawole WHAT is patriotism? The definition should be fairly straightforward: loving your country. One of my favourite all-time tunes is the 1988 song, “Nation and the People”, by The Mandators, with the refrain: “Love your…
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OPINION: Like Buhari, I love cartoons!

By BOLA Bolawole RENO Omokri, one of the most virulent and partisan – even if forthright – critics of President Muhammadu Buhari, his administration and party, the All Progressives Congress (APC), took the president to the cleaners on…
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OPINION: Who will take over in Nigeria?

By Cheta Nwanze GEOPOLITICS is the study of the effects of geography on politics and human relations, mainly the relationships between nations. To most people, the word “nation” refers to countries, but the study of geopolitics may also…
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