Africa Political & Social Issues
StatiSense Analysis Shows Yoruba as the Happiest and Igbo as the Saddest People in Nigeria
StatiSense report briefly reads "South West Men and Women are the happiest or somewhat satisfied with their life in Nigeria. The least happy are South East Men and Women."
Why President Buhari Failed as the President of Nigeria
Why President Buhari failed as the democratically elected president of Nigeria and why Peter Obi may do better if elected.
Nnamdi Kanu , IPOB and the current Nigerian Government.
Nnamdi Kanu has been talking before President Buhari took over power. Why is the case different now ?
POLITICAL POLITICIZATION: POISONOUS POLLEN PULLING POLITICIANS FOR POLITICAL POINTS PROBLEMATIC!
Politicians are like insects that are easily attracted by the sweet scented smells of plants’ pollen grains and nectars. Like the “Nectar in Plant-Insect” mutualism, what also attract politicians into politicizing issues of national importance are mostly influenced by the political points.
The Triune God And Human Community: Humility As The Passport To The Hebrews-12 Kind of Festival In Nigeria Come 2023.
This Homily By Fr. Ken Evurulobi, President of MARYSROSE signifies MARYSROSE sincere and resolute efforts to come to terms with the demands of Social Justice and authentic Liberation in Nigeria through Evangelism and the practice of the new Liberation Theology.
Why Is this African Country the Best for Women?
Which country has the highest number of female parliament members in the world? The answer might come as a surprise to you. It is actually an African country with more than 60% women in the parliament. In this article I write about how it achieved that through gender quotas and the question.
Thomas Sankara: The Amazing Man Who Was Killed for Acting on His Vision for Africa
Thomas Sankara was a good man, a leader, and an African nationalist. He was murdered because he was pulling Africa through and out of century’s long suppression
Africa Is Rising and Could Soon Feed the World
In 2050, every fourth person will live in Africa. It’s not just Africa's economies that are growing; the continent's population is expected to expand to 2.5 billion, while the rest of the world's population has almost stopped increasing.
The Legacy of Mwai Kibaki, the Third President of Kenya
Mwai Kibaki was one of the most beloved presidents in Kenya. Having brought many changes and improvements in the country, the announcement of his death shocked many Kenyans. A man who held a low profile, Kibaki paved way for democracy in a country that experienced dictatorial rulership for 24 years.
Biafra Exit; We Are Ipob Nnamdi Kanu Is Our Leader
The people of southeast Nigeria are desperately in need of their leader's unconditional release. By the Nigerian government, who confiscated him three months ago in Kenya. Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is the leader of Ipob. We are all IPOB. We want our leader out of detention.
Shame of Aged Adults in Nairobi Who Are Still Dependent on Their Parents for Survival
Dudes some aged above 40 in Nairobi are still living at their parents houses. They have no job and they will still loiter around and come back to demand food from their aged mother. Their work is to smoke, abuse all forms of drugs and lazy around with no hope in life.
Why Kenya Should Consider Changing Her Name
William Shakespeare was in a world of his own during his era. In one of his literary works, Romeo and Juliet, Juliet says the following words, " What’s in a name? That which we call a rose By any other name would smell as sweet.” Today I ask this controversial question and make my opinions heard.
A Review of Devil on the Cross: Political Satire
Devil on the Cross is a fictional novel that citicizes the capitalist system. It tells the story of Wariinga, a young Kenyan woman who struggles to survive due to social problems, dictatorship and expolitation by her boss.
Alternative Narratives to Illegal Migration Among Young People in Nigeria.
The article describes alternatives which Nigerian youths can turn to, avoiding brain drain in the nation and building a stronger future for Nigeria.
Moving Ahead Post Corona Virus Pandemic: Impact and Prospects of COVID-19 on the Nigerian Economy.
An article on how Nigeria can move forward to become a better nation as the last days of the Covid-19 virus come to an end.
Is the Nigerian Government's Offer of Amnesty to Boko Haram a Realistic Solution to Terrorism?
In 2016, shortly after taking over the reins of power in 2015, the Buhari government announced amnesty to members of the jihadist terror group, Boko Haram, who would be willing to lay down their arms in surrender to the state under the Operation Safe Corridor program. Would this end terrorism?
The Ominous Signs that Validate Obasanjo's Verdict on Nigeria's Unity
Nigeria's former President, Olusegun Obasanjo, recently expressed his candid verdict on the nation's unity under the Buhari administration. His views have continued to generate reactions ever since. This piece outlines some of the ominous signs that validate Obasanjo's verdict on Nigeria's unity.
Kaduna Student's Abduction: Why the Cynical Conspiracy of Silence?
Northern Nigeria has been under the yoke of terrorism for over a decade now. The heinous activities of the terror groups have included three cases of the mass abduction of students.Curiously though, the latest such abduction has not received the publicity and condemnation it deserves.
Nigeria: A Case of Metaphysical Amnesia In Politics and Governance
If the ailment is not amnesia, how then do we explain the symptom of memory loss in the recycling of old, tired and corrupt leaders?
Emergence of Gender Based Violence in South Africa
Gender-based violence has become a profound and widespread problem in South Africa, impacting on almost every aspect of life. GBV which disproportionately affects women and girls is systemic, and deeply entrenched in institutions, cultures and traditions in South Africa and Africa at large
South Africa: No Country For White Men?
South Africa: No Country For White Men or 'South Africa: What is Going On?' Our subtopics include expropriation of white-owned farms and land; the History of South Africa; Apartheid; African National Congress (ANC); Nelson Mandela; Colonialism; BEE; Crime and Violence in South Africa; Malema; Zuma
The Aftermath of the Unknown Genocide: Reconciliation Among Rwandan Refugees
In 1999, racial tensions in the poor African country of Rwanda sparked a genocide that in only 100 days killed between 800,000 to people. Foreign nations knew of the slaughtering, but no country intervened. The genocide, now forgotten by developed nations, still affects those in Rwanda to this day.
Should Britain Apologize (or Not) for Colonialism in Africa?
Debates on whether Britain should be sorry for their conquests in Africa is still on. While many are demanding apologies, others remain kind of indifferent. But should the British feel remorseful about their role in colonization or not? What do you think?
King Leopold, the Poster Child of European Colonialism in Africa
The battle for Africa became more than just a battle on paper or on a distant map. It spread out from Europe to upturn a continent and create problems that would last for generations. The worst influence of all was that of King Leopold II of Belgium...
Kenya on the Brink of Collapse After August 8, 2017 General Elections
After the Supreme Court nullified President Kenyatta's win for a 2nd term, the country is faced with challenges never experienced before as his opponent, Odinga doesn't want to accept defeat.