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It is Sunday in Nigeria

By: John Eriomala It is Sunday in Nigeria. Well, it was Sunday in Nigeria. Today is Monday, the 6th of June, 2022 and it’s been over twelve hours since Owo happened. No details. You know. You watched a video or read a news report. You saw tweets from witnesses and […]

Jungle Justice: Public Injustice?

By: Emmanuel Utibe The sight of lynching or mob beating is not uncommon in Nigeria. Growing up at a point, it was like “The Mob Court” was the surest court in the land in delivering popular justice. It was not uncommon to hear people talking about how there was no […]

The Only Way to Sustainable Academic Resumption

By: Aduwo Ayodele In twenty-three years of Nigeria’s surviving democracy, there have been sixteen dire gestures of a nationwide strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities, including other staff unions that have also had intermittent records of strike. Actions that protest for or demand a better education system in […]

The Crossroads Toward “Free Speech”

By: Emmanuel Utibe On the 27th of April, 2022, it was announced that the Biden government had set up the “Disinformation Governance Board” under the United States Department of Homeland Security. People on the Right Wing went on to call it the “Ministry of Truth”- a reference to George Orwell’s […]