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Boko Haram terrorism in context

By Timothy Antigha In the last couple of years, there have been so many commentaries about Boko Haram terrorism and insurgency in the Lake Chad basin. A lot of these efforts have focused on the causality of the conflict on the one hand and…
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For Pius Adesanmi, for Nigeria!

By Chido Onumah PIUS Adesanmi, Carleton University’s Professor of literature and African studies who died in the Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 crash near the town of Bishoftu, Ethiopia, on Sunday, March 10, was a consummate intellectual…
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Of things we think, say or do

Wale OLAJIDE THE five senses of touch, taste, smell, sight and hearing constitute the windows through which, as human beings, we access the world around us, what it contains, how those things which it contains are arranged and what they…
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Presidential poll: A post-mortem

By Simon Kolawole SINCE I have been old enough to follow presidential elections in Nigeria, I have to admit that I have never experienced the kind of gloomy mood that hit some sections of the country after the declaration of Presidential…
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Longevity and its loose logic

By Wale OLAJIDE. WITH a more serious and stiff academic effort, I have argued publicly why it is not necessary at all to be born and why being born is always harmful. Besides I have also argued that being born is essentially first a…
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