2023 Election

By Bekithemba Sibanda

Over the years, the utilisation of various social media platforms such as Twitter and Tik Tok has gained prominence in the political sphere as many politicians seeking office use the

2023 Election

Soludo laughs last: the downfall of Obi’s presidential bid

In November, Soludo said: 'The brutal truth (and some will say, God forbid) is that there are two persons/parties seriously

By Ezinwanne Onwuka 7 Min Read

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and the spikes of facile criticisms

Adichie’s open letter to President Joe Biden engenders a timeless truth and an undeniable testimony about the political legitimacy and

Why Nigerians are demanding a fresh presidential election

Those who revolt against the demand for an interim government and yet turn blind eye to the electoral fraud witnessed

By Gozie Irogboli 7 Min Read

Nigeria 2023 Election: Violence, Xenophobia, and Electoral Malpractice

The promotion of ethnic politics is shrinking our democratic space and brewing a culture of impunity and violence.

By Gozie Irogboli 19 Min Read

A Country Holds Its Breath

'For the first time in a very long time, Nigerians saw a Nigerian who held a prominent public office but

By Kene Obiezu 6 Min Read

A House Divided Against Itself…

If the gospel message "a house divided against itself cannot stand" is true, it follows that given the crisis in

By Ezinwanne Onwuka 6 Min Read

#NigeriaDecides2023: An Opportunity to Reverse the Trend of Democratic Decline in Africa

Since the post-Cold War era of the transition to democratic rule, many African countries, including Nigeria have faced challenges that

By Tope Shola Akinyetun 7 Min Read

Obidient: How a ‘Shishiless’ Movement is Transforming Nigeria’s Political Space

The year 2015 was an unsettling, yet critical year in Nigeria’s political history. For the first time, Nigerians overthrew a

By Nathaniel Deme 19 Min Read

The Obidient Movement and the Critical Issues in the Forthcoming Election

‘Without a doubt, the Obidient Movement has won the battle in the court of public opinion and has dominated the

By Gozie Irogboli 16 Min Read