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Junaid Mohammed’s Echo Chamber and the Amotekun Civil War - Reno Omokri
Junaid Mohammed’s Echo Chamber and the A...

Junaid Mohammed’s Echo Chamber and the Amotekun Civil War – Reno Omok...

Recently, the firebrand ex Second Republic member of the House of Representatives, Dr. Junaid Mohammed, warned or threatened that Nigeria may experience another civil war if the Western Nigeria Security Network, better known as Amotekun, is allowed to go ahead. His exact words were as... read more »

Africa’s Corruption – A Case Of Warped Europhilia
Africa’s Corruption – A Case Of Warped E...

Africa’s Corruption – A Case Of Warped Europhilia

26th January 2020 We need an answer to give African children and young people when they ask us, “Why is there so much stealing going on?” and “Why do our civil servants and politicians keep on looting public resources?” They deserve to be answered not only because they are going to have to... read more »

Buried for 50 years: Britain’s Shameful Role in the Biafran War by Frederick Forsyth
Buried for 50 years: Britain’s Shameful ...

Buried for 50 years: Britain’s Shameful Role in the Biafran War by Frederic...

A million children starved to death. I’m haunted by the images I saw there – and by the complicity of the Wilson government It is a good thing to be proud of one’s country, and I am – most of the time. But it would be impossible to scan the centuries of Britain’s history without coming... read more »

Opinion: The Public Discourse Over Amotekun - Bola Ahmed Tinubu
Opinion: The Public Discourse Over Amote...

Opinion: The Public Discourse Over Amotekun – Bola Ahmed Tinubu

This issue has dominated recent discourse and media headlines. Distilled to its basics, it concerns how best state governments can assist with the safety and security of their residents. This is a matter of serious concern entitled to sober thought. However, it has been turned into a political... read more »

Opinion: Àmọ̀tẹ́kùn As a Game Changer For 2023 by Reno Omokri
Opinion: Àmọ̀tẹ́kùn As a Game Changer Fo...

Opinion: Àmọ̀tẹ́kùn As a Game Changer For 2023 by Reno Omokri

A lot has been written about the introduction of the region wide security outfit for the Southwest, known as Àmọ̀tẹ́kùn. Much of it is built around emotions. And as my readers may have noticed, I am not a NICE man. I am a WISE man. I deal with facts. I do not deal in emotions. Nnamdi Kanu is... read more »

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Opinion: Push for Political Islam is Insensitive and Needless, Portends a Grave Danger to Security and Stability

Opinion: Push for Political Islam is Insensitive and Needless, Portends a Grave Danger to ...

By Majeed Dahiru The rise to power of President Muhammadu in 2015 birthed a far right political culture that sparked off a wave of ethno-geographic and religious populism across the... read more »

Opinion: Much Ado About Arabic on Naira Notes and Nigerian Army Flag

Opinion: Much Ado About Arabic on Naira Notes and Nigerian Army Flag by Reno Omokri

Recently, a lawyer sued the Federal Government on the issue of Arabic inscriptions on our currency and on the Nigerian Army’s logo. The fellow, Malcolm Omirhobo, wants the Federal High... read more »

Opinion: 2023, Bola Tinubu and the Cost of Political Miscalculation

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The godfather of Lagos politics, Ashiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu in 2015, led the Southwest into an alliance with the north to birth the All Progressive Alliance (APC). His decision, evidently,... read more »

Kwanzaa – Our Tool to Push Away the Looming Darkness

Kwanzaa – Our Tool to Push Away the Looming Darkness

24th December 2019 When explorers, missionaries and historians described Africa as the “Dark Continent” we condemned them as being antinubianists (Antinubianism is racism specifically... read more »

Opinion: Endless Borrowing Will Lead to Endless Sorrowing by Atiku Abubakar

Opinion: Endless Borrowing Will Lead to Endless Sorrowing by Atik...

John Quincy Adams once said “there are two ways to conquer and enslave a nation. One is by the sword. The other is by debt.” He may have very well been referring to Nigeria of the last three... read more »