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There were vicious strains of political Ebola that terminally strangulated credible elections and the continuum of good governance. Those strains where personified by spent forces who transmuted to political vampires and garrison commanders. They catalyzed the processes of electoral malpractice with the highest level of impunity and infected the image of the country...

Man, in his original Adamic form, was indestructible. He was the most complete being ever created – even more complete than the angels; a unique combination of all that is absolute and perfect; a perfect reflection of the  creaseless beauty of the Almighty...

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Nigerian celebrities doggedly campaigning to strike out ALS is noble, but it also beyond appalling. The current situation of the Nigerian state is dire: chibok girls are still missing...

Men in their late 40s and 50s begin to think seriously about retirement.  In Nigeria when you retire, you are on your own and everything is in the air.  You live in a state of perpetual uncertainty.  You are never sure if you will get your regular entitlements or whether some civil servant thief will make off with it or stick it in his account for a few years...

I do not believe that the ‘outbreak’ of the virus here in Nigeria was a happenstance. I believe that the drama we are all watching and which is being presented by the Western media, CNN, BBC et all has the elements of a well-researched programme and script...

On Saturday 9 August 2014, the people of Osun State went to the polls to elect a Governor for the next four years. Expectations were high, fears of violence and intimidation had already been built up before this date and different stakeholders had made pronouncements of decisive processes...

Some enlightened people in our country today who hold very strong opinions about   government hold those opinions because of the strong position taken by Jean Jacques Rousseau. This thinker of the 18th Century successfully sold his idea of political participation via an arrangement known as the ‘Social Contract’...

Most of us watching from the sidelines did not really understand what an El-Rufai was going to do in Anambra State on the very eve of the elections. Was he a grassroots campaigner or was he going there as an accredited election monitor?

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