Delicate Distress: A review

By Dan Amor A two hundred and thirty-six page book written by Dr. Amanze Obi, literary scholar, critic and journalist, who until recently was chairman of the Editorial Board of the Sun Group of Newspapers and published in 2013, is an engrossing tapestry of the Nigerian condition. Drawing afflatus from history, politics, philosophy, culture and […]

Issues in the power shift debate

By Dan Amor Anyone living in Nigeria especially immediately before the death of President Umaru Musa Yar’ Adua when Dr. Goodluck Jonathan (then Vice President) assumed his acting position as President following the “Doctrine of Necessity” hypothesis by the Senate and his eventual swearing in as substitutive president on the death of Yar’ Adua, would […]