Although I never met Okey in person before this event, but, by following his works in both print and online media, I was, nonetheless, acquainted to the ideals and principles he vouches for—his struggles for a better Nigeria, his longstanding commitmAdd a comment
âReview of books that are related to Nigerians, Africans, and Africans in the Diaspora.
More than any region in Nigeria, northern Nigeria is honeycombed with deep-rooted and seemingly unceasing ethno-religious tensions that episodically snowball into fratricidal upheavals, often between so-called settlers (who are invariably Hausa-Fulani Muslims) and so-called indigenes (who are usually non-Muslim ethnic minorities).Add a comment
“In one powerful essay after another, ideas come as torrents of rainfall to expose the undercurrents of African politics, the surface of global geopolitics, the skyline of underdevelopment, and the clouds of hope and aspiration of the struggling African masses. The voice is neither that of radical right or left populism nor optimism, but of caution, balance, and excellence.”Add a comment