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The EFCC and Betta Edu, by Ugoji Egbujo

The EFCC and Betta Edu, by Ugoji Egbujo

The president suspended Betta Edu in early January. The EFCC must have seen something fiery in the smoke of the Betta Edu scandal. The initial investigation and suspension seemed swift and decisive. But those who applauded are now bemused. Because, four months after the president handed the minister to the EFCC for sifting, the woman […]
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Bokoharamism in ‘Biafra’, By Ugoji Egbujo

Bokoharamism in ‘Biafra’, By Ugoji Egbujo

The eyes of the wailing children in their purple school uniforms showed an apprehension of the imminence of death. If children see ghosts they might be damaged irreparably. So our ancestors always shielded them from all evil

The Bulkachuwalisation of the Judiciary, By Ugoji Egbujo

The Bulkachuwalisation of the Judiciary, By Ugoji Egbujo

It wasn’t a Freudian slip. The man couldn’t be stopped. An 83-year-old senator, seized by valedictory emotions, stood in the hallowed senate chambers and broke omerta. Defying the bulging eyes of bewildered senators, he told a dirty truth to the nation. All attempts by his distinguished colleagues to extinguish the flame of forthrightness were rebuffed […]