Approximately 1,300 people have been killed since the beginning of the year, and 130 in the first week of March, in violence associated with “Boko Haram” in northern Nigeria. The carnage is accelerating.
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I have followed with a keen interest the controversies and debates that followed Professor Wole Soyinka’s latest piece titled; I regret my share of this National insult after President Jonathan honored the late General Abacha during the Centenary celebration few days back. I have read the accounts of the late dictators two children, Gumsu Abacha, and Sadiq Abacha. I have also followed reactions from commentators and those who witnessed the days of the locusts. Regrettably, I ran away with the tragic conclusion that history has shown that men never learnt anything from history.