The Narratives of Nigeria’s Politico-Twitterati

Originally posted on FEATHERS PROJECT:
By Nwachukwu Egbunike The streets of Nigeria’s Twitter are hot and harsh these days. The clash of the politico-twitterati on each side of the divide – opposition and the establishment – has been characterized with vile tweet-blood. Politico-Twitterati means those influential tweeps or overlords who are active partisan politicians. They…

Exit, Voice And Loyalty: Aviation In Nigeria

Originally posted on Agùntáṣǫólò:
In December 2012, the great economist, Albert Otto Hirschman passed away. By all accounts, the man had lived a truly remarkable life and in April of this year, the Princeton Professor, Jeremy Adelman published a very well received biography of Hirschman – Worldly Philosopher: The Odyssey of Albert O.…

Signs of confused activism

Originally posted on visionvoiceandviews:
By Noel A. Ihebuzor Activism is now one of the fastest growing buzz and fancy words. It has style and appeal. It has class. Quite a number of persons on social media would immediately lay claims to be engaging in this highly rated practice either as a hobby or as a…