Buhari: The making of a tragic hero

The Aristotelian perspective defines the tragic hero as being complete in all the indices of greatness, but lacking in an essential character trait that makes all the difference. This is called the tragic flaw in […]

Osinbajo and the troublemakers

It is a predictable path that Acting President Yemi Osinbajo has taken in his response to threats that are nibbling away at the nation’s unity. Unfortunately, this path has consistently failed to engender national healing […]

OPINION | Not scare mongering

A collection of Arewa youths met in Kaduna the other day and read out a statement wrapped in bile. They asked all Igbos living in the north to leave all the 19 states in the […]

OPINION | Now that Nigerianism has failed

Last week, the movement for the restructuring of Nigeria got more converts from an unlikely quarter. Some 16 youth groups in the North rose from a meeting late on Tuesday to declare the unwillingness of […]

OPINION | Agriculture and the 8th Senate

At the inception of the 8th National Assembly in 2015, one of the principal focus of the Nigerian Senate was to divest Nigeria’s economy from oil dependency to a non-oil export as a major revenue […]

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