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Black and White Racial Equality between Illusion and Reality

Posted on January 10, 2011 at 6:16pm 0 Comments


In as much as I firmly believe that, God has created human beings with equal rights, obligations and potentials, I can’t help wondering why the black race in general comparatively lags behind in virtually all worthwhile human endeavors? Actually from what I have often observed, if not for some clear Divine pronouncements, which confirm that equality, I would have concluded that, the black race is simply naturally disadvantaged compared to the white…

Towards Mass-Oriented Reform in Nigeria

Posted on December 13, 2010 at 8:58am 0 Comments

The issue of leadership-inflicted hardship on Nigerians over the decades has been obviously exhausted enough, that it is now rather boring unless of course when considered within the framework of a genuine effort to tackle it, which is unfortunately unlikely at least for now. Realistically speaking, the worsening hopelessness among average Nigerians is quite understandable, in view of the absence of any reliable prospect of reform at the moment.…

Looming Class Struggle in Nigeria

Posted on December 10, 2010 at 9:25am 0 Comments

One of the most obvious implications of bad governance is gradual but steady polarization of the society into two main classes; one miserably poor and the other massively rich. Though this scenario is not limited only to Nigeria, but what perhaps makes her case particularly worse is the growing amount of resentment and hatred that the overwhelming majority poor feel towards the microscopic minority rich in the society, who on the other hand distrust and look down at the poor as potential…


Examining Kano’s Business Competitiveness in the Modern Age

Posted on December 9, 2010 at 7:21am 2 Comments

I guess everybody is aware of Kano's centuries-old business legacy, hence it needs no further address except for historical purpose perhaps. The relevant issue nowadays is how does Kano really fit into its much touted slogan of “Center of Commerce”. As a son of the soil and like many others like me, I had believed that Kano was and would remain a business hub of international repute by providence, partly because as some legendry tales had it, some Waliyyai i.e revered saints… Continue

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