After Trump, Shouldn’t the World Take The Economist, Fela and Claude Ake More Seriously on the Virus Called Democracy?
There is a resurgence of attention on deliberative democracy in the Western world. Seminars upon seminars aside from huge research essays on it. An African student on a Western campus finds... Read more
Only those who experienced the majesty of Mamman Daura’s disciplinary power as the main man ‘behind the mask’ in the hey days of the defunct New Nigerian might understand the paradox playing... Read more
Where would be the meeting point of two observable but contrasting claims on the future of the state in Africa? Would they meet at war or is it something that would be resolved by the dialec... Read more
*Poverty reduction is an indecent expression *No country in the world has developed without state Intervention in the economy *Africa has no alternative to the Lagos Plan of Action *If Chris... Read more
Generally, memorialisation is a delicate affair. Who is being remembered, for what, by whom, when and where always has a tendency to trigger all sorts of mood. It could be even more so when... Read more
It is assumed that all conflict parties in the emergency probing of Muhammad Sanusi II, the Emir of Kano, would let the tiff pass and peace reign with the abrupt suspension of the probe by t... Read more