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Kwara: Singing the emerald blues

Our Republic, Tunde Mohammed...Kwara

*Gov Ahmed Abdulfatah and how not to rule a state For Sebastian Barry, the Irish novelist and playwright, history is not passive but an active force that pursues it’s characters and clouts them over the head. Irish novelists are renowned for favouring misery over sparkling joy. But when Barry planted …

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Kwara and the principle of ordered disorder

Our Republic, Tunde Mohammed...Kwara

*Governance in the state has been in the reverse *Battle of the people versus the empire Decades ago, a courageous intellectual, Walter Rodney, wrote the seminal work: How Europe Underdeveloped Africa. Sadly, Rodney left us prematurely without finishing the contributions he could have rendered to mankind. If alive today, the …

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