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No One Will Fix Nigeria For Us

No One Will Fix Nigeria For Us

Sometimes when I’m very ill, I have terrible dystopian dreams. I visualise war and intense violence. I have hallucinations. When I wake, I imagine I’m still in the world created by my dreams. Now that the episodes have occurred a few times, my rational...
My Rights and Yours

My Rights and Yours

In society, rights inevitably overlap and clash. Simple illustration: you have the right to put a TV programme on the air if you tick the proper regulatory boxes. Similarly, I have the right to lobby to take it off the air if I tick the right legislative boxes. We are...
Nigerian Marshmallow

Nigerian Marshmallow

James Clear wrote about The Marshmallow Experiment. The experiment began by bringing children into a private room and placing a marshmallow on the table in front of them. At this point, the researcher offered a deal to the child – he was going to leave the room...
Limitations of Political Choice

Limitations of Political Choice

I am truly saddened by the current political turmoil in America. More so because goings on in the US have outsized impact on the rest of the world. A nation that practices democracy must accept that they are constrained by whoever makes himself/herself available and...
Social Elections

Social Elections

According to Wikipedia, in 2014, India held the largest-ever election in the world. With 814.5 million people eligible to vote, about 23.1 million or 2.7% of them were aged 18–19. The percentage election turnout was 66.38%, the highest ever in the history of Indian...