ASARI DOKUBO’S CHALLENGE AND JOE IGBOKWE’S SEARCH FOR RELEVANCE

ASARI DOKUBO’S CHALLENGE AND JOE IGBOKWE’S SEARCH FOR RELEVANCE

    Nigeria as a united country continues to unravel and it is the responsibility of all reasonable stakeholders to continually question the raison d’etre of its continued preservation. The Rights activist par excellence Asari Dokubo is doing just that but most of all he is balancing out the overly tilted scale by the undue weight of those from the Northern and Western parts of Nigeria who believe it is their birthright to monopolise the…

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Nigeria once again is in the midst of media propagandist era and governance by slogans

Nigeria once again is in the midst of media propagandist era and governance by slogans

Nigeria has just transitioned into a new political regime on May 29, 2015. (Incidentally, May 29 in history marks the official date when Igbo Genocide in Nigeria began in 1966.) The new Nigerian leader Muhammadu Buhari is an Islamic fundamentalist from the northern part who took over from Goodluck Jonathan a Christian from the south. Buhari had first ruled the country about twenty years ago as a military dictator. He led a coup d’état that…

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