Nigeria is like this and like that…

August Udoh

 

By

Prince Charles Dickson

Do you remember that gist on the bush meat and the hunter? It was Frank Zappa that said there is more stupidity than hydrogen in the universe, and it has a longer shelf life. This cannot be more true than in Nigeria where there are far more stupid persons than the entire population of some African nations. With profound apologies we continually demonstrate our stupidity in large doses.

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Nigeria after 2015: Regressing or moving forward?

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Ogunniyi Abayomi

Change was the enchanting statement of the masses in Nigeria at the last general election. A radical, ideological, emotional and poltical movement of the masses was implemented, clamouring for a new regime and a new breed of politicians to oust the past administration for the next four years in power.

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Pakistan’s D-Chowk: A history of protest and change

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Waqar Haider

D-Chowk is situated in the Red Zone area of Islamabad. The famous Chowk is always crowded by activists, people against the government or opposition parties. D-Chowk has been witness to so many protests and sit-ins held from 1980 to the present day.

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Understanding Western Islamophobia

130625-islamophobia

 

By

Anant Mishra

Introduction

“Not all Muslims are terrorists, but all terrorists are Muslim”, so says Fox news reporter Brian Kilmeade.

These words demonstrate exactly how tense the situation has become both politically and socially between the Western world and the Middle East.

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