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Exerting the change; Restructure this Feeding Bottle Federalism

This search for our national identity continues 103 years after amalgamation and almost six decades of independence. This torturous search; Searching for Nigeria among Nigerians can be described by the pessimist as passing the camel through the eye of a needle. Why wouldn’t it? Self-inflicting, we continue to deliberately spurn the uncommon wisdom of Einstein, ‘that insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results’. The explicit inference there is that achieving the promised change on which the ruling party rode to power, requires a…

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Editorial Opinion: Defying the Challenges, Nigeria @57

  Half a century plus seven, there is little to be pomp about. Maybe it is because; the dreams of independence are still wishes. For Nigeria, let wishes be horses so the people can ride. The charade recycles again, a presidential speech in the morning, telling the disenchanted masses that government is working and Nigeria is making snail progress. While this “all things under control” is been acted on October 1, the country gently continues to implode. According to the National Bureau of Statistics Report, unemployment rate for Q4 of…

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Nigeria at 57: Independence or Neo-colonialism?

Independence or Neo-colonialism?   On 1st October 2017, The Entity called Nigeria will be 57 years since when it became an “independent Nation” in 1960. This is in commemoration of 1st October 1960, when Nigeria gained independence from the Britain after more than 50 years of Colonialism in which the Country and other Countries of the continent suffered the worst state of exploitation. But the question on the lips of critical mind like mine is; Are we truly independent going 57years down the line? Can we say we have truly…

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Opinion: Heralding Democracy in Africa, Kenya’s Example

  The ruling of Kenya’s Supreme Court, declaring the re-election of President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta during the August 8 presidential elections null and void continues to generate ripples across the globe. The reason however is not far-fetched, as this is the first time in Africa, that the judiciary will put aside an election after the election administrators had declared an incumbent winner. In her ruling, the Kenya’s Supreme Court, led by Chief Justice David Maraga, cited election irregularities and ordered a new poll be conducted within the next 60 days….

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Core Magazine proudly supports I AM BLACK AND PROUD Foundation

Core Magazine Africa is proud to support I AM BLACK AND PROUD Foundation, Africa’s fastest growing Foundation, supporting black people. “At Core Magazine Africa, we recognise the need to partner and collaborate with Organizations that complement our objectives and help them address the present challenges brought about by a broken system and also to promote their objectives,” said Tosin Durodola, Executive Editor, Core Magazine Africa. I AM BLACK AND PROUD Foundation, Founded by Ogunmodede OluwaTamilore, intend to create awareness amongst people on a need to imbibe self love, embrace their skin…

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UNGA; Lessons for Africa from Trump’s Rhethoric

The American people are strong and resilient, and they would emerge from their hardships more determined than ever, echoed President Donald Trump at his maiden United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) held in his home city New York. The American President was at it again, calling the shots and threatening the enemies of the United State and its allies. However, bellicose or undiplomatic the speech is said to have been, the wavelength however describes the difficult and perilous times the world faces. There was little to celebrate about within the 41minute…

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IPOB; Militarization of Impasse Unnecessary

Again the Federal government is at it again, with the “heavy boot approach” in dealing with civilian unrest within the country. The recent spate of violence, maiming, killings and destruction of properties in the South Eastern region of the country has justifiably been traced to the deployment of troops under the operation “Python Dance 2” to deal with the provocations of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), a secessionist group. IPOB, a group with an umbrella motive of uniting certain parts of southern Nigeria in a break away formation of…

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NOW THAT YOU ARE BACK FROM LONDON, MR PRESIDENT

Now that you’re back, Mr President It’s been a long time since you’re away. In the real sense, it is longer than a maternity leave in some institutions yet you never gave birth to any lest we point to what we lost while you were away. Mr President, while you were away, it was a rough and tough time for your Vice President as he struggled with the National Assembly. Decision making was tough and important decisions were stalled thanks to your absence. Mr President, I need to remind you…

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    VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES AT CORE MAGAZINE!!! Core Magazine is a nonprofit Africa E-Magazine with major focus on Campus Life, Fashion & Style, Arts and Creative Writings.   Core Magazine accepts, publish, support and promote talents, fashion, styles, writings and encourage readership across generations, in all Institutions, and around the globe by providing a platform for all persons to express their talents, arts and creativity.   We cherish the ideal of an equal and fair environment where all persons can create a better society through their talents, creativity and styles…

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