Letter to the Body of Christ in Nigeria: Creation, Language and Nationhood
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September 15th, 2019
Internal Secession and Federalism in Ethiopia
Obafemi Awolowo: Thoughts On The Nigerian Constitution(1)
May 10th, 2017
Excerpts from Obafemi Awolowo’s “Thoughts on the Nigerian Constitution” written while in Cell D UP 2, Calabar Prison, June 1966. CONSTITUENT...
Towards Federal Union— Chapter 5, Path to Nigerian Freedom, Obafemi Awolowo,1947
December 31st, 2016
When imperial powers ratified the final share-out of Colonial territories at the berlin Conference in 1885, Nigeria existed as three separate political units. These...
Philosophy for Independent Nigeria(conclusion)
December 25th, 2016
A good many have occurred to me, and I now want to pass on to you the more important ones among them. I do so in tabular form. 1. The Anglo—Nigerian Defense Pact, and...
Philosophy for Independent Nigeria(3)
December 23rd, 2016
Before I pass on to deal with matters of purely domestic character, I would like to make one or two observations. The emergence of Nigeria as an independent nation was...
Philosophy For Independent Nigeria(2)
December 21st, 2016
Continuation of the Speech by Chief Obafemi Awolowo to Nigerian Students at Conway Hall, London, September 3, 1961. I have consistently held the view that this...
May 1 1967 Speech to Western Leaders of Thought, Ibadan, Nigeria.
December 7th, 2016
In these days when "True Federalism" has once again become an issue projected by politicians especially where the ruling APC Manifesto directly stated it will embark on...
The Top 10 Shocking Facts About the Slave Trade.
November 13th, 2016
The Atlantic Slave Trade was one of the most brutal periods of slavery in history. More than 12 million slaves from Africa were forced across the Atlantic Ocean to...
Fundamental causes of the 19th Century Yoruba Wars—J.F. Ade Ajayi
October 17th, 2016
In the Chapter entitled “The Aftermath of the Fall of Old Oyo” in Vol.11 of the LONGMAN History of West Africa(ed. Ajayi and Crowder), it was suggested...
Gandhi’s economic and political significance in West Africa
October 16th, 2016
Ghanaian professors have launched a campaign for the removal of a statue of Mahatma Gandhi from their campus because they claim he was racist and considered Indians to...
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