Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Tag: Okey Ndibe

Junaid’s jeremiads, Buhari’s burden, by Okey Ndibe

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Junaid Mohammed may be the closest thing Nigerians have to a bipartisan gadfly, an equal opportunity traducer of the country’s rulers. A legislator in...

Memo To Buhari: Take a hard look at Nigeria’s map, by...

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I recently surveyed President Muhammadu Buhari’s top appointments recently and was left wondering when last he took a long, hard look at Nigeria’s map....

Buhari and the savaging of the poor, by Okey Ndibe

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Before the 2015 presidential election, Candidate Muhammadu Buhari essentially advertised himself as a magician. Even though oil prices were tumbling, Mr. Buhari promised to...

Herdsmen, actions and consequences by Okey Ndibe

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Last week, alleged herdsmen armed with rapid-fire guns and machetes descended on the Ukpabi Nimbo community in Enugu State, killing and maiming scores of...

President Buhari’s interesting interview with Al-Jazeera by Okey Ndibe

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During his recent visit to Qatar, President Muhammadu Buhari sat for an interview with Martine Dennis of Al Jazeera. Last weekend, close to two...

Anambra’s latest gift to Nigeria’s fledgling democracy by Okey Ndibe

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At the end of last week, Nigeria’s Supreme Court gave a judgment that many newspapers and online groups interpreted rather decisively and excitedly. Headlines...

Igwe Osita Agwuna III: Time we honoured greatness, by Okey Ndibe

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It is rather fortuitous that Igwe Osita Agwuna III, who for five decades reigned as Eze of the town of Enugwu Ukwu and Igwe...

Why (not) Biafra? by Okey Ndibe

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I believe that a nation need not be a fixed, immutable entity, but a living organism, susceptible (in keeping with laid out procedures and...