Friday, August 17, 2018

If You Don’t Remember Your PhD Thesis, Then You Didn’t Write It

“Individuals and unaccredited institutions who are engaged in these activities (fake degrees) are academic voyeurs and pimps. It is an epidemic that is governed...

Dear Ijeawele: A Blackface Neoliberal Feminist Manifesto

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has continued her tiresome rants about women and men in Africa, much to the chagrin of residents on the Mother continent....

Military Power And The Meaning Of National Sovereignty

Today many nations in Africa and in the world, have national flags, national anthems and celebrate what they call Independence Day, which is when...

My Dear, The Nature Of Your African Independence

You live in a country of about thirty million folks. It is an independent nation, or so the annual celebrations assert – that through...

Barack Obama – A Reflection On His Rise To Power And His Legacy

The presidency of Barack Hussein Obama has ended. He has handed over power to the now president Donald Trump. The man who made hope...

The Irony of The Sovereignty of Nations: When and for Whom?

LAGOS—Sovereignty is the supreme and ultimate power or authority of a state to govern itself and conduct its affairs without outside interference. Wars are...

Our Comeuppance: How Aljazeera Saw Akufo-Addo’s Speech

ACCRA—We got our well-deserved comeuppance, didn’t we? And as usual, the BBC and Aljazeera are making a ‘dissention of a doit’, making a sarcastic...

West African Reactions On The Invasion of The Gambia

The Invasion of The Gambia, code-named Operation Restore Democracy, is an ongoing military conflict between several West African countries and some parts of the...

Africa’s Emerging Global Geopolitical Role In Year 2017

The year 2016 ended with major geopolitical convulsions characteristic of the birth pangs of a New World Order. We are just in the first...

US Intelligence Report That Russia Hacked US Elections Remains Bogus

In a Friday January 6 report, the US Intelligence Community (USIC) claimed that after its analysts—using phrases such as “we assess” or “we judge”...