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The 1966 coup is unarguably the ugly cornerstone for the insecurity experienced today in Nigeria. The coup was staged and led by Igbo

Barack Obama once said that “we are defined not by our borders but by our bonds”. However, the border experiences and not the border

There is no doubt that the average Nigerian is closely approaching the tap-out point. The catastrophic whirlwinds of harsh economy and

In Act two, Scene two of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, Juliet asked Romeo the question, “what’s in a name?”. She then went

Over a sixty-year horizon, rather than mastering the art of governing ourselves most efficiently, we have rather unlearned the most

Between January 2006 and the end of 2010, the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta [MEND] waged war against the Nigerian

Nigeria is a multi-nation country housing about 250 ethnic group or nations. Twenty out of these ethnic nations are big enough to

As a copycat species of humans, our police adopted the slogan “the police is your friend”, already in use in several other countries.

Insecurity which is born and sustained through corruption has become Nigeria’s biggest headache. Apart from the tens of millions of

Cultism has become the norm in our society. It was also never alien to our culture as our history is replete with several religious