“Military despotism did not end in Nigeria because “cowardly Nigerians” were coerced into the anti-military struggle by impatient and invectives-spewing pro-democracy activists,” Jiti Ogunye writes in Atlantic Post Opinions.
A pro-revolution Northern group has given reasons why they are currently mobilising for a national rebellion against the All Progressives Congress’ (APC) administration of President Muhammadu Buhari.
When in 2015, the Presidential election did not go in the direction of my vote, I knew we had a long walk ahead as a nation. The winner was not unknown; yet, we brought back the known constant to re-enact recession and clampdown on dissent.
By Akanimo Sampson The enduring civil rule, not yet democracy, in Nigeria came about as a result of the heroic struggle or if you like, the revolution of the popular masses against […]
According to the protesters: “Today marks the beginning of a series of demonstrations of civil resistance against oppression and bad governance in this country.”