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Assessing Nigerian Government’s Ban of Twitter

I am in the extreme late 30s, and Nigerians my age or younger have never been blessed with any form of good leadership in...

Glass Rooms: The Misinformation Edition

By Oluwakorede Asuni On its website, the introduction of this exhibit opens with: “What happens when we increasingly rely on social media and the web...

This is Nigeria where cavemen tactics rule in votes counting in...

I have been left in a lurch all weekend, with no official or parallel consolidated view of the election results from the Nigerian general...

Ilé tí a bá fi itọ́ mọn…

Growing up, my father taught me to read and write the Yoruba language, in as much as he taught me a few other things,...

Of a political class bereft of ideas and ideology

By Oluwakorede Asuni A former school mate, who at the time was completing his bachelor’s degree at the Political Science Department of the Olabisi Onabanjo...

The NLC and the future of work

By Oluwakorede Asuni I have read with some concern the news that the Nigeria Labour Congress (the NLC) is picketing MTN Nigeria and may have...

Of forged certificates, criminal political class and docile citizenry

By Oluwakorede Asuni The Nigeria political space is a theatre of absurdities. Absurdities at a level that will be unbelievable, albeit unconceivable to those from...