NIGERIAN YOUTHS, IT’S TIME WE RESIST ‘THE SYSTEM’ | by Ayo Sogunro
Essays / The Pontifical Papers

NIGERIAN YOUTHS, IT’S TIME WE RESIST ‘THE SYSTEM’ | by Ayo Sogunro

Over the last few weeks, the political actors of Nigeria served us fresh drama. This time, the plot revolved around the ownership and purpose of some millions of dollars discovered in a flat in Lagos. Like any good thriller, it contained the elements of crime and corruption, heroes and villains, suspense, political intrigue, betrayal, and … Continue reading

Essays / The Pontifical Papers

ON OFFICIAL POSITIONS AND PUBLIC DISPOSITIONS | by Ayo Sogunro

Last week, a news analyst for a Lagos radio station suggested that Justice Adeniyi Ademola—of the DSS infamy—ought to present his case in court, and not engage in issuing media statements. When someone reminded the analyst that, in fact, the EFCC had used this style of media engagement to make damning insinuations against some judges, … Continue reading