Tag: MKO Abiola

Opinion | June 12, Democracy Day And Nigeria’s Dance Of Death

By Femi Fani-Kayode June 12th is our nation’s Democracy Day and I have some home truths to tell. The struggle for June 12th was indeed a noble, worthy, cataclysmic and monumental one. […]

Opinion | Post-humous Honours For MKO And Gani: A Familiar Political Strategy. – By Boney Akaeze

Mr Boney Akaeze, a renowned historian and political thinker opines in this op-ed that in the face of the prevailing security laxity and callus killings across the country especially by the acclaimed herdsmen, the Osborngate and other failures of national governance in the country, a Chief Gani Fawhwemi alive would have been at the fore front of opposition to the Federal Government and would have rejected any award or national honours from the same Government.