Breaking News
Translate
Latest

Sunday Perspectives

The death of democracy in Nigeria: A coroner’s inquest (3)

Naturally, the overriding intention of British imperialism for Nigeria was to protect the economic interest of Britain; it had nothing to do with the creation of a viable democratic country

Read More

The death of democracy in Nigeria: A coroner’s inquest

Before I deal with the core issues hidden in the womb of today’s title, let me say one or two things about some intellectually constipated anonymous fellows who, because either they can buy a copy of Sunday Vanguard or read this column on-line, feel entitled in their stupidity and lack of critical thinking to the extent of responding to my criticisms of President Muhammadu Buhari in a manner that strongly suggests that Nnamdi Kanu was probably correct when he described most Nigerians, including the so-called educated ones amongst them, as “animals.” In taxonomy, the science that deals with classification of plants and animals, including speciation processes, the human species, homo sapiens, belongs to the broad category of animal kingdom.

Read More