President Buhari will be remembered as the president who belonged to nobody but himself; one who converted Aso Rock, a seat for agile, fit-as-fiddle occupiers, to a retirement home for senior citizens. Read more.
Political parties will determine the results of the next general elections. What is uncertain is the impact of the contestations on the quality of life of Nigerians and the maturation of our democracy. Read more.
Analyst and author of ‘Ken Saro-Wiwa’s “Sozaboy”: What War Literature Teaches Us About the Political Economy of Violence’, Ndidi Akahara, is always excited to talk about history and literature. Read our interview.
More than 60 years since independence, little has changed in Nigeria’s political party system when it comes to articulating national objectives for the growth and development of the Nigerian polity. Read more.
Growing calls to restructure Nigeria may appear to be more reasonable than calls for secession. However, prolonging the implementation of national restructuring will continue to justify civil disobedience and demands for secession. Read more.