Campus Politics: Low Female Participation, A Catalyst Of Gender Disparities

By David Olatunji In Nigeria, Africa’s largest democracy or Africa’s most populous country, it is no longer emergent that women’s participation in political leadership is drastically low and nothing to write home about. Due to gender discrimination and political apathy towards women folk across the globe, this occurrence is kept at pace.  This ascribed Nigeria […]

June 12: The Story Behind Nigeria’s Democracy Day

Democracy Day is a pivotal moment in Nigerian history, traditionally observed on May 29.  However, on June 6, 2018, President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration re-designated June 12 as Democracy Day to honor the significant events surrounding the 1993 presidential election.  This election saw MKO Abiola of the Social Democratic Party (SDP) emerging as the apparent winner […]