INTRODUCTION On December 4, 1990, under the auspices of the National Association for Religious Tolerance (NARETO), founded by Professor C.S. Momoh who passed on March 16, 2006, I presented a paper on Religion and the Woman Question and argued that the answer which religion has to the woman question was not persuasive. That paper was […]
INTRODUCTION I was asked to speak at the Yakubu Gowon Centre enlightenment forum at the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs, Lagos in February 1993. Subject: In the Name of God. Emeka Obasi, one of the brightest journalists of his generation and a
As political gladiators jostle for relevance amid the cacophony over which region should produce the next president in 2011,
I was invited to a book presentation at the Kaduna Trade Fair on July 30. The book was written by Prof Tam David West who has never hidden his love for Maj-Gen Muhammadu Buhari, whose new party, the Congress for Progressive Change,
17 YEARS AGO, the elections, then and now adjudged to be the freest and fairest in the history of Nigeria, were annulled. That was the June 12 presidential election that Chief Moshood Abiola was widely believed to have won, and which those who
Tony Momoh’s contribution to the debate on Nigeria’s future prompted by a report by United States experts that Nigeria would become a failed state within 15 years. The piece was written in May 2005.