Sunday, March 26, 2023



Chidi Odinkalu: The faux apologia of Seun Osewa

In Nigeria, Igbos don’t have a right to vote; citizens do.

Fredrick Nwabufo: Obidient movement may push Nigeria into crisis

National interest and security should dictate the terms of engagement of any movement.

Farooq Kperogi: 2023 election highlights Imperative of power rotation

When most people vote, they don’t vote as individuals. They often vote as members of a collective identity.

Japheth Omojuwa: An overview of our failings on subnational elections

Our shortcomings at every turn have a way of costing us at every turn immediately after.

Azu Ishiekwene: Louis Odion: The matter of ‘Capacity’

Since he insists that he is just 50, I’ll have to accept. But by my reckoning, which of course is not just a number, he has gifts far, far beyond his years!

Rudolf Okonkwo: As Bayo Onanuga joins the league of genocide champions in Nigeria

Those who intend to perpetuate genocide begin by finding ways, using laws and customs, to deny rights to the group they intend to slaughter.