Tag: Muhammadu Buhari

GETTING TOO LATE TO MEND THE NATION NIGERIA

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  “The one thing more painful than learning from experience is not learning from experience.- Archibald Macleish”   The demolition and damage that we have been inflicting to the body of the nation Nigeria during the last 60 years may… Read More

COVID 19 AND THE WAY WE LIVE

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‘You may be disappointed if you fail, but you are doomed if you don’t try.’ – Beverly Sills   If we must continue to assume that the pandemic going on around the world started or originated from Wuhan in China,… Read More

THE MANY INCONCLUSIVE WARS OF NIGERIA IV: The War Against Federalism

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‘It’s not differences that divide us. It’s our judgements about each other that do.’ – Margaret Wheatley This war started in July 1966. When some soldiers from different extractions staged a counter coup and proceeded to dismantle the federal structure…. Read More