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Funsho Williams; A Servant Leader Worthy Of Emulation.
Lagos / LAGOS / POLITICS

Funsho Williams; A Servant Leader Worthy Of Emulation.

Today, 14 years on, we reflect on the brutal assassination of Funsho Williams, one of the foremost indigenous politicians Lagos has produced. 8years after his assassination, Justice Adebajo released the 6 suspects accused of his murder most of whom were security attachés and domestic servants of the deceased. Justice Adebajo held that the prosecution had … Continue reading

NIGERIA NEEDS AN ELECTORAL COLLEGE
LEGISLATION / PAN-AFRICAN THOUGHTS / POLITICS

NIGERIA NEEDS AN ELECTORAL COLLEGE

I only discovered the concept of the electoral college … … I find it extremely fascinating…Bar people invading your country and trying to dominate or control as seen In South Africa, I believe there is legitimacy in the fear of the “Tyranny of the Majority”….especially as Slavery, Nazi Germany and Imperial colonist have shown that … Continue reading

Words , History Herbert Macaulay
CULTURE / HISTORY

Words , History Herbert Macaulay

I saw this in my facebook memory today… While it still resonates, I wonder when we as Nigerians would actually understand the power of words and our history….I don’t understand why we still understand Lagos in this terms… “The real lagosians” “slave descendants” “Brazillians” as quoted below. “divided politically into groups arranged in a convenient … Continue reading