April 26, 2017 5:42 pm

Opinion

Insults as Faux Political Skill

Insults as Faux Political Skill

The ability to insult an opponent, an impartial commentator or a fancied critic of one’s political persuasion or patron is observed to be the key skill and only skill necessary to rise in the political ranks within parties in Nigeria. Read More »

Commonwealth Games to National Sports Festival – Withal Athletics?

Commonwealth Games to National Sports Festival – Withal Athletics?

by Orode Moses OyikiI have been inundated with several messages in my Facebook inbox, dwelling on the recruitment by the Athletics Federation of Nigeria (AFN) of newly found Nigerians, mostly of Delta State origin from the USA: Mark AMAJU Jelks, Monzavous JOLOMI Edwards, Robert TUOYO Simmons, Lindsay Lindly becomes Lindsay Weyinme, Tyron TORITSEJU Akins, Alex Al Ameen, Nicole Denby, etc. ... Read More »

Who is Ignorant? Homo Rationalis and the Rest of Us

Who is Ignorant? Homo Rationalis and the Rest of Us

Outside mainstream economics man is not assumed to omniscient because he lacks the capacity to be such. Man has the capacity to learn things competently, but the faculties for such are limited by innumerable factors. Even when a man has learned something his memory can fail him completely. Conflation has often betrayed many that are learned or well-informed. Our ability ... Read More »

Women Are not Inferior to Men; they are Partners

Women Are not Inferior to Men; they are Partners

by Bennie Attoh When I was invited to be a presenter at the recently concluded World Refugee Day Awards, a United Nations event organised by key agencies in Ireland, little did I know the event will generate the kind of debate that it did. The controversy generated in the media, amid reports that a nominee was stripped of his award ... Read More »

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