Category: The Injustice Blog

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Vincent DesmondMarch 13, 2019

Its 2019 and Russell Bateman’s casual racism just won’t fly

In 2019 I feel there are certain conversations we shouldn’t be having but here we are, having them. It seems ...

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Emmanuel OnwuchekwaMarch 7, 2019

The SDG Index; the hattrick Nigeria can’t seem to score

First, some backstory. Since its inception in 1945, the United Nations has always been very hands-on with global social and ...

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Miracle OdenigboFebruary 25, 2019

CTA Decries the Performance of Security Agencies During Nigeria Election

The Centre for Transparency Advocacy has decried the conduct of security agencies during the presidential and national assembly elections on ...

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tosin adesinaJanuary 15, 2019

[The Injustice Blog] Buhari’s appointment of Adamu Lafia as Acting IGP shows his Nepotism is a deliberate effort and not an error of oversight

One accusation that has failed to go in his three years as President of Nigeria is that of uncontrolled nepotism ...

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tosin adesinaJanuary 11, 2019

ASUU’s strike is a reminder education means nothing to the Buhari administration

That an administration with a Professor of Law and Senior Advocate of Nigeria will treat education with such disdain means ...

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tosin adesinaJanuary 8, 2019

When is the Nigerian military going to be called to order?

While it is expected that the military should have purged itself of anti-democratic behavior, the Nigerian Army continues to perpetrate ...

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Omoleye OmoruyiDecember 30, 2018

This is one of many reasons Nigeria’s security architecture may need a complete overhaul

It began with a petition written against one Filis Arinze – which seems like a threat. The Special Task Force ...

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tosin adesinaDecember 13, 2018

Electoral Amendment: Is Buhari afraid of a credible election?

The 2015 election which ushered in the Muhammadu Buhari presidency was adjudged as one of the best elections ever conducted ...

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tosin adesinaDecember 13, 2018

Does Nigeria have anything to celebrate on International Human Rights day?

December 10th is globally recognised as the International Human Rights Day. The day set aside by the United Nations general ...

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tosin adesinaDecember 12, 2018

‘Small Doctor’, Sowore’s supporters and a stinking judiciary

A common saying in Nigeria is that the judiciary is the hope of the common man. However, like every other ...

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tosin adesinaDecember 10, 2018

Is the media a DSS tool to humiliate Nigerians?

On Monday, December 03, 2018, the Department of State Services (DSS) paraded one Amina Mohammed for impersonating first lady Aisha ...

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tosin adesinaDecember 4, 2018

Two years after, the impact of the Lagos state water hyacinth removal machines is nonexistent

On October 13, 2016, Lagos Governor Akinwunmi Ambode represented by former Commissioner for Environment, Dr Babatunde Adejare commissioned two brand ...

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tosin adesinaNovember 28, 2018

The crisis in the Akwa Ibom State House of Assembly needs to end now

The crisis rocking the Akwa Ibom State House of Assembly took a dramatic turn on Tuesday as five suspended members ...

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tosin adesinaNovember 23, 2018

Offa robbery: If Michael Adikwu is dead, where is Kayode Opadokun?

An article was written in June 2018 asking the Nigeria Police Force questions on the whereabouts of the principal suspects of the ...

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tosin adesinaNovember 23, 2018

What is the Federal Government hiding about Boko Haram?

One of the common characteristics of an insurgency is that it has no timeline. Also, insurgency cannot be likened to ...

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tosin adesinaNovember 21, 2018

How the Zamfara twins experience shows the apparent lack of adequate security

That Nigeria’s security apparatus is at its lowest ebb is an understatement. Despite the huge amount of money allocated to ...

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tosin adesinaNovember 21, 2018

It is worrisome that New Telegraph will award Ganduje amid bribery allegations

The media does not only exist for information dissemination but also to drive the change process in the society especially ...

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tosin adesinaNovember 15, 2018

From stolen dates to rotten rice, the story of how Nigeria maltreats its IDPs

At Tedx Ikeja in 2017, Busayo Morakinyo, one of the speakers who spoke on the topic “IDPs, it could be ...

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tosin adesinaNovember 14, 2018

Governor Ganduje’s silence on the students stranded in Sudan is a cause for concern

The fate of Kano students currently on scholarship at Elrazi University in Khartoum, Sudan hangs in the balance as the university has ...

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tosin adesinaNovember 14, 2018

Between Akeredolu’s highhandedness and the dismissed journalists lies a hatred for press freedom

Ondo governor, Rotimi Akeredolu, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria was a former president of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), a ...

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tosin adesinaNovember 14, 2018

Three years after, the Buhari administration’s war against the judiciary remains unabated

In the build-up to the 2015 Presidential elections, a recurrent issue about the candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Muhammadu ...

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tosin adesinaNovember 12, 2018

N3.5m feeding allowance: In whose interest is the FG detaining El-Zakzaky?

The Minister of Information, Alhaji Lai Mohammed recently declared that the federal government is spending an average of 3.5 million ...

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tosin adesinaNovember 12, 2018

Is the El-Rufai vs Obi clash the red flag on electoral violence ahead of 2019?

The 2019 general elections are a few months away but the atmosphere is already charged and the ominous signs are beginning ...

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tosin adesinaNovember 8, 2018

Why do South West Governors think we need a Western University?

At the ongoing South West (SW) Governors Forum in Osogbo, they have resolved to establish a Western University co-owned by ...

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tosin adesinaNovember 8, 2018

The Buhari administration will not stop till it destroys all our institutions

While Nigerians are still in bewilderment over the state of things in some government institutions since President Muhammadu Buhari assumed ...

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tosin adesinaNovember 6, 2018

As Biya takes his 7th oath of office, it’s a drawback for Africa

After thirty-six years in power, 85-year-old President of Cameroon, Paul Biya will be sworn in tomorrow for a 7th record-breaking ...

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tosin adesinaNovember 4, 2018

Nigeria’s Army wants you to know, they have no problems killing civilians

The Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) on Sunday, November 4, 2018, released a list detailing the names of the thirty-four ...

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tosin adesinaNovember 4, 2018

Does El-Rufai really want peace in Kaduna?

That Kaduna has remained a hot bed of crisis is not a new development. The state has been enmeshed in ...

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tosin adesinaNovember 1, 2018

Is it too much to ask for integrity from Nigeria’s 2019 presidential candidates?

Once again, Nigeria is at that auspicious moment where it is expected to choose its next set of leaders for the ...

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tosin adesinaNovember 1, 2018

Why is President Buhari and the APC silent on Governor Ganduje’s corruption scandal?

When it seems the euphoria generated by the previously released two videos of the embattled Governor of Kano Abdullahi Ganduje ...

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