“A restructured Nigeria with leaders of same prevailing orientation towards power especially public office, won’t be fundamentally different from the Nigeria we all detest today. Humans will always reproduce the system that socialized them,” Atlantic Post columnist Boney Akaeze writes in Opinions.
Being a transcript of the NINAS Movement video of the same title, by Mr Tony Nnadi, premiered on July 28, 2021. (Edited for shortness). Tony Nnadi is Secretary General of the Lower Niger Congress, and Co-convener of the NINAS Movement. Please read on:
“Today I am going to talk about “togetherness”. We have all heard words like, “We can never unite because we are too many tribes” or “It is not possible for so many tribes to be together”, Orient Harmony writes in Opinions.
“Look, for example, at what is happening to the First Amendment today. Is there free speech in America? Is everyone encouraged, or even permitted to express what they really think? The public arena is governed by street gangs and online gangs, and anyone who steps out of line is immediately straightened out or silenced. And when you have no freedom of speech, you also have no equality, and therefore no democracy,” Michael Laitman writes.
“Leadership is about making tough and difficult decisions and not a popularity contest. President Buhari’s commitment to doing the right things in the best interest of our country should never be in doubt,” Femi Adesina writes in Opinion.
“Yes, the rickety house of lugard has fallen; we must now correct the mistake of 1914,” LNC’s Tony Nnadi writes in Opinions.
This was the man who, in 2015, wrote a brilliant article for the Washington Times titled “Nigeria On The Brink” in which he warned about the dangers of electing Gen. Muhammadu Buhari as our President and cited his links to and sympathy for Boko Haram and Islamist terror.
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“I will be standing down in 2023 and will not be available in any future elections,” President Buhari pledges in strange open letter at New Year.
In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section, Enemi Alabo-George writes, “The Nyesom Wike I know is a detribalized man desperate to bring to bear an unprecedented infrastructural revolution that will speak of him even many years after him.”