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Revolution, Is Impossible In Nigeria? Some Say NEVER! Says Who?
Written by Paul I. Adujie
Since the political and constitutional upheaval in Tunisia, then followed by Egypt and now Libya, Jordan, Bahrain, Yemen and so on, some Nigerians have publicly commented that Nigerians can only dream of Egyptian and Tunisian style revolutions and political uprising. Some Nigerians have even gone to the unreasonable extent of…Continue
ALL official data collecting forms in Nigeria asks the question, ''State of Origin?''. It seems, at first sight, to be a normal harmless question. But that question lies at the bottom of the division and ethnic conflicts and lack of social integration in Nigeria. It could be better when that pointless question is replaced with the more appropriate question ''State of Residence?''.
Nigerians are citizens of Nigeria and thus of Nigerian origin, but resident in a given state at a…Continue
Last week the New Nigeria Youth Movement met in Ghana to deliberate on recent events in Nigeria. The meeting venue was deliberately kept secret to avoid ‘disruption’ akin to the last one billed for Port Harcourt. I
could not make the trip but joined them on telephone conferencing. We had
earlier adopted new security measures because we are not sure of whom our
opposition is: Whether it is the Old Nigeria cabal or the new ruling clique