Editorial

Ibori Fled Nigeria Because The Cabal In Jonathan’s Administration Wanted Him Dead By Tony Eluemunor

Tony Eluemunor is James Ibori’s media assistant. Read his article below… In this final article in my series of replies to Simon Kolawole’s “The Welcome Party” (Thisday newspaper of Sunday December 25, 2016), where he condemned the massive celebration Chief James OnanefeIbori’s release from UK jail elicited in Nigeria, I will face the sixth untruth […]

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“America Loves Winners,But Victory Does Not Absolve” Chimamanda Adichie On Moral Duty In The Wake Of Trump’s Election

In a post published on The New Yorker, acclaimed Nigerian writer writes on race, identity, politics, misogyny, the media and our moral duty after the election of Donald Trump as the President of America. Read below. “America has always been aspirational to me, Even when I chafed at its hypocrisies, it somehow always seemed sure, […]

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Nobody Comes To Abuja To Read – Reuben Abati

I thoroughly enjoyed reading Pius Adesanmi’s “A Nigerian, Library and Lawmakers” (Sahara Reporters, December 24). I will like to add a footnote to what he has raised: hopefully, the likely beginning of a useful conversation around the subject of reading, literacy, politician-constituency relationship, and the normative/practical value of knowledge and research in governance. At the […]

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The Morning After Christmas – Reuben Abati

“How was your Christmas Day?” “Comme ci, comme ca” “What’s that?” “I am speaking French. You mean you don’t even understand elementary French?” “No, I don’t. Speak English. How was Christmas?” “Low-key. Like this, like that”. “For me, it was a dead-end Christmas” “God forbid. May we never have a dead-end Christmas. I reject it […]