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There are certain conclusions that do not require established punditry to make. In that case, a critical perusal by a keen watcher can suffice. Unequivocally linking the medical globetrotting by our leaders with the steady descent of our nation into the precipice of failure is one of such conclusions. One can actually make it without the fear of any contradiction because the nation is greeted with a new page of ominous handwriting every passing day...

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Although most Nigerians would rather prefer to believe that they are left with little or no option in their government, yet, the fact remains that without the people assuming their rightful position of responsibility in a democracy, the demand for good governance remains only far away. For every problem in Nigeria, there is a large section of the country’s population who believe that the problem can be addressed at once with a near-magical touch. People...

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Recently, I read the declaration attributed to the excellent governor of Zamfara State, Bello Muhammad. The governor lamented the mayhems suffered by the people of Zamfara State. Arguably, the governor insisted that it was time for his people to arm themselves for self-protection and defense of Nigerian democracy. His clarion call echoes in other regions of Nigeria. The governor of Benue State, Samuel Ortom, faces the same predicaments, but he has always summoned the federal...

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“PDP was set up to defraud Nigeria; APC was set up to remove Jonathan. Both parties have since accomplished their objectives and might not offer anything new,” ―Anthony Obi Ogbo ______ In November 2016, almost 18 months into the regime of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Professor Hassan Saliu, a former Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ilorin, stated during a media interview that the APC’s sole change agenda was removing the incumbent, Dr....

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Hold me close Till your warmth Fill this void Of chill.   Hold me firm Till our hearts lock By the grid Of our hands. Lose me mild Let my skin Breathe the breeze Of your breath. Kiss me slow Till the heat Of passion Burst up this storm Looming in our loins. ♦ Favour Chiagozie Ebubechukwu is an Editorial  Staff Writer and columnist with the WAP

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Mozambique is at a moment of peak international leverage, but faces significant domestic challenges. Just a year ago, the news from Mozambique was rather glum. The security crisis in the northern region of Cabo Delgado had displaced hundreds of thousands of people, created a humanitarian crisis, prompted regional alarm about the potential for extremists to export insecurity to Mozambique’s neighbors, and even led French oil giant Total to declare force majeure on its massive natural gas investment...

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“Three deadly plagues I have always despised: Donald Trump, COVID-19, and Muhammadu Buhari.” —Anthony Obi Ogbo I am not a sadist, but all through my life, there have been three deadly plagues I have always despised: Donald Trump, COVID-19, and Muhammadu Buhari. So in 2017, I spent seven days fasting and praying, asking God directly to take away the life of Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari. I knew that was the right thing to do, and...

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For many Nigerians, the 2023 general elections present an important opportunity for a change in trajectory, owing to the aimless drift of the Nigerian state under the incumbent administration. The election will take place amid devastating levels of insecurity, a deteriorating economic situation, endemic corruption, increased poverty levels, and growing discontentment with the government. With political parties concluding their state congresses and national conventions to pick their candidates for legislative and executive branch offices, intense...

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  The Anambra State Commissioner for Education, Prof. Ngozi Chuma Udeh is currently being ripped apart by the public on social media, for calling a job seeker “an idiot” “filthy thing”, etc, all in a few seconds call which unbeknownst to her, was recorded by the caller. The commissioner was wrong for using abusive words on an applicant, but that is not all. Many people in power use far more abusive words regularly on their...

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Whenever we talk about sexual health in Nigeria, it is easily tagged on women so much so that If I asked you what the name for a female specialized doctor is, you probably might not know the pronunciation but you most likely would pull some letters from your memory and say “I know the word has a ‘g’, a ‘y’ and an ‘ist'”, referring to the word ‘Gynaecologist’. However, if I asked you the name...

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