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  • Is Nigeria's Adapted Homegrown Political System The Problem? by Morak Babajide-Alabi
    Blog, Newspaper Column, Nigeria

    Is Nigeria’s Adapted Homegrown Political System The Problem?

    By Morak Babajide-Alabi The events in the Nigerian political circles in recent times have been profoundly depressing. There is nothing cheery about the news coming from the motherland. From the north to the south, the east to the west, they are sad stories, without any exception. The politicians who are supposed to be the carriers…

  • Racists Not. We Think Black Lives Matter, by Morak Babajide-Alabi
    Blog, Newspaper Column, UNITED STATES

    Racists Not. We Think Black Lives Matter

    Morak Babajide-Alabi The ongoing protest against racism fuelled by the anger on the unlawful killing of the African-American George Floyd has spread worldwide. It has allowed the black folks to lay their racial experiences, and stories open to the world. Everywhere you turn to the discussion is on racism and the injustices meted to the…

  • Justice For Uwa Is Victory For All Women, by Morak Babajide-Alabi
    Blog, Newspaper Column, Nigeria

    Justice For Uwa Is Victory For All Women

    by Morak Babajide-Alabi Once again, the death of the 22-year-old Nigerian university student Vera Uwalia Omozuwa has shifted the discussion about rape to the forefront. Uwa died on Saturday, May 30, three few days after being physically and sexually assaulted by unknown individuals. According to reports, the student had gone to a quiet church near…

  • “I Can’t Breathe” Is A Plea For Life, by Morak Babajide-Alabi
    Blog, Newspaper Column, UNITED STATES

    “I Can’t Breathe” Is A Plea For Life

    By Morak Babajide-Alabi There are many questions the protesters on the streets of the United States of America (USA) are demanding answers to. They are disappointed and angry at their county’s system that promotes a different set of rules for the races that inhabit the land. They are enraged at the system that treats one…

  • My Friend Is A Part of Nigeria's Problems, by Morak Babajide-Alabi
    Blog, Newspaper Column, Nigeria

    My Friend Is A Part of Nigeria’s Problems

    by Morak Babajide-Alabi In the article, titled “What is It?” Much Information, But No Answers, published on April 5, this year, I had written briefly on my encounter with a long-lost friend of mine. This friend, who for anonymity, I will refer to as Tony, had taken me to task on why I think Nigeria…

  • Injustice is Humanity’s New Definition, by Morak Babajide-Alabi
    Blog, Newspaper Column

    Injustice is Humanity’s New Definition

    By Morak Babajide-Alabi “We are all damaged. We have all been hurt. We have all had to learn painful lessons. We are all recovering from some mistake, loss, betrayal, abuse, injustice or misfortune. All of life is a process of recovery that never ends,” Bryant McGill. In a world full of contradictions, the pretence to…

  • Third World Apart In Palliative Measures, Morak Babajide-Alabi
    Blog, Newspaper Column

    Third World Apart In Palliative Measures

    By Morak Babajide-Alabi   This season of lockdown is teaching us so many things as we learn creative ways of doing pieces of stuff that we never thought possible before. But one major revelation in the current situation is that we are all charitable. The level of philanthropy that we have displayed in recent times…

  • The Gullibility of The Era of Coronavirus, by Morak Babajide-Alabi
    Blog, Newspaper Column

    The Gullibility of The Coronavirus Era

    By Morak Babajide-Alabi One of the gains of this season of lockdown is our ability to define the various types of people that inhabit this world. I noticed of late that we explain our friendship and relationship based on inferential rationalising. Being unable to relate physically, we now tend to evaluate the intelligence of our…

  • Lockdown: A New Way To A Healthy Earth, by Morak Babajide-Alabi
    Blog, Newspaper Column

    Lockdown: A New Way To A Healthy Earth

    By Morak Babajide-Alabi The prevailing situation in the world, as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, has once again highlighted our resilience. It is also testing our patience and ability to survive in a different set-up. As a result of the forced lockdown all over the world, we have conditioned ourselves to do many things…

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