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  • In Nigeria, the Political Stories Sound Familiar, by Morak Babajide Alabi
    Blog, Newspaper Column

    In Nigeria, the Political Stories Sound Familiar

    By Morak Babajide-Alabi Twenty-nine years ago today, June 12, 1993, Nigerians came out in large numbers to vote in a presidential election they thought would be the turning point in their country. Nigerians voted for MKO Abiola, but the military leaders voted to “walk back” the ‘wishes’ of the citizens as they annulled the election…

  • In The UK, The Beautiful Leaders Are Not Yet Born, by Morak Babajide-Alabi
    Blog, Newspaper Column, UK GENERAL ELECTIONS

    In The UK, Beautiful Leaders Are Not Yet Born

    by Morak Babajide-Alabi It is no surprise that UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson survived the confidence vote yesterday. We knew he would survive. His handlers knew he would be undefeated, but their main concern was how many votes he would pull. The Tory members who pushed for the confidence vote knew they could not win,…

  • The World Is Upside Down With A Leader Such As Putin, by Morak Babajide-Alabi
    Featured, Newspaper Column

    The World Is Upside Down With A Leader Such As Putin

    by Morak Babajide-Alabi Many things are happening in the world that can make one doubt humanity. The past three years have been moving at a frenetic pace that we barely have time to breathe. These events have left indelible marks on our lives one way or the other. There have been no let-downs nor breathing…

  • Let Us All Agree, Racism Is Going No Where, by Morak Babajide-Alabi
    Blog, Newspaper Column

    Let Us All Agree, Racism Is Going No Where

    by Morak Babajide-Alabi Let us go back a little while to recent history. In 2020, the killing of the African-American George Floyd by a white police officer attracted worldwide attention. From the east to the west, Asia to Africa, Europe to China. The protests dwarfed the risks of the worldwide COVID-19 as people lined the…

  • The First Freedom Weekend Is Here, Finally, by Morak Babajide-Alabi
    Blog, Newspaper Column

    The First ‘Freedom’ Weekend Is Here, Finally

    by Morak Babajide-Alabi It is Friday and the end of the working week (for some). It is the start of the weekend. For some time in the recent past, we have got used to curling up on the sofa, catching up on the news, watching sports or just catching up with friends and relatives on…

  • Don't Throw The Face Mask Away, Yet, by Morak Babajide-Alabi
    Blog, Newspaper Column, THOUGHTS

    Don’t Throw The Face Mask Away, Yet

    by Morak Babajide-Alabi The government yesterday announced plans for easing the lockdown rules. Gradually, the July 19 Freedom Day seems to be moving towards becoming a reality. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has warned that the date is not a “jubilee” and, therefore, everyone should exercise caution. He said it “should not be taken as an…

  • Lockdown, Calendar Dates, Not Set In Stones, by Morak Babajide-Alabi
    Blog, Newspaper Column

    Lockdowns, Calendar Dates, Not Set In Stones

    by Morak Babajide-Alabi It is the start of the second half of the year. It is unbelievable that six months had gone by, just like that, in 2021. Looking back now, you wonder where the days, weeks, and months have all gone. It was like yesterday when we sent text messages of Happy New Year…

  • Birthday Reflections and The Reality of Time, by Morak Babajide-Alabi
    Blog, Newspaper Column

    Birthday Reflections and The Reality of Time

    by Morak Babajide-Alabi “Each new year of life added to your past, changing the way you viewed every new day, influencing how you reacted to everything from the simplest daily routines to complex events touching you, your family, and the world you lived in” — Paul Snyder Second by second, minute by minute, hour by…

  • A Prelude To The Tales of 2020, by Morak Babajide-Alabi
    Blog, Newspaper Column

    A Prelude To The Tales of 2020

    by Morak Babajide-Alabi The year 2020 has slipped into history. It has gone down as the most challenging year in recent times like no other. None of the past years has any semblance of what the world witnessed in 2020. It was a year when the unexpected happened. There was little or no solution to the numerous…

  • Buhari Needs A Heart, Not A Script, To Address Citizens, by Morak Babajide-Alabi
    Blog, Featured, Newspaper Column

    Buhari Needs A Heart, Not A Script, To Address Citizens

    By Morak Babajide-Alabi Where are the overzealous citizens who presented Muhammadu Buhari as the messiah? The man sent to save the ‘Giant of Africa’ Where are the individuals who relish in designating people of divergent opinions “Wailers?” Could the die-hard supporters who notified us that Buhari’s body language improved electricity generating capacity step forward, please?…

M. BABAJIDE-ALABI

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