Today’s column is a revised version of a column I wrote in 2012 to celebrate the Black History month.
The Nigerian mass media-and the online echo chambers they have spawned on social media and elsewhere-have normalized the pathologization and criminalization of the Fulani ethnic identity through their popularization of the odious “Fulani herdsmen” collocation.
Gambians are our West African brothers and sisters who deserve our help in their hour of need.
During my last six-minute phone conversation with my late father on December 28, 2016, he said something that was morbidly poignant.
Emir Muhammad Sanusi II’s well-publicized December 2, 2016 public lecture on the Nigerian economy divided Nigerians into two broad camps.
To understand “reverse Robin Hoodism,” you first have to understand Robin Hoodism.
There are scores of fake quotes about Nigerians and Africans attributed to Donald Trump that have fooled many otherwise intelligent people.