Adiele

Iwuanyanwu and the ‘political rascals’ rhetoric 
Opinion

Iwuanyanwu and the ‘political rascals’ rhetoric 

By Promise Adiele Samuel Beckett’s absurdist play Waiting for Godot avails itself of multiple interpretative tools with a compelling grip…
Explaining Peter Obi’s victory
Opinion

Explaining Peter Obi’s victory

By Promise Adiele This is not a critical dissection of the recently concluded presidential election in Nigeria, an exercise globally…
Election: How are Nigerians thinking? 
Opinion

Election: How are Nigerians thinking? 

By Promise Adiele Iyabo is a mother of three. She sells crayfish, melon, pepper, tomatoes, and other food items. Her…
Nigerian destiny: In the hands of the people 
Opinion

Nigerian destiny: In the hands of the people 

By Promise Adiele Is destiny real? Can it be changed? Call it fate or predestination – destiny bulks bigger in…
The choice before Nigerians 
Opinion

The choice before Nigerians 

By Promise Adiele I first encountered the phrase “illusion and reality” during my formative years as a literary disciple in…
The Buhari famous declaration
Opinion

The Buhari famous declaration

By Promise Adiele Declaration is an iconic word. It can be substituted with proclamation or announcement depending on the context.…
President Buhari and his successor
Opinion

President Buhari and his successor

By Promise Adiele It is gradually becoming impossible to cope with life in Nigeria. Sometimes, one must invoke all the…
The victims of APC and PDP reign
Opinion

The victims of APC and PDP reign

By Promise Adiele Isidore Okpewho’s novel The Victims conveys all the soul-wrenching, tragic trappings of conquered people under the scorching…
Questions for Aisha Buhari 
Opinion

Questions for Aisha Buhari 

 By Promise Adiele Titubi’s character in Femi Osofisan’s Morountodun attracts different interpretations from many people across the world. The ebullient…
Tinubu: Should Nigerians really shut up? 
Opinion

Tinubu: Should Nigerians really shut up? 

By Promise Adiele Nigeria’s god of literature, Wole Soyinka needs no elaborate introduction. His evident literary flourishes underscore a deep…
I know why the Obidients are angry
Opinion

I know why the Obidients are angry

By Promise Adiele One of the challenges of teaching African-American Literature is dealing with the emotional trauma of how writers…
Peter Obi: Nigeria’s Beacon of Hope
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Peter Obi: Nigeria’s Beacon of Hope

By Promise Adiele Overwhelming excitement. Sheer euphoria mixed with anger. Ecstatic frenzy sustained by passionate commitment. That is the story…
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