Is Nigeria A True Story Any More Or Fiction?

By Prince Charles Dickson

Just as the year ends many thing comes to my mind but top of the list is the question of Nigeria, a nation so blessed yet in too much peril, that one begins to wonder what really is the problem, what really did or have we done wrong…there are so many questions to little answers. As I reflect on the nation, I beg to take us back a bit in the next few lines.

Constitution And Continuity

By Wole Soyinka

Prof. Wole SoyinkaLet us begin by demystifying constitutionalism. Even the so-called brutes have a constitution; it is unwritten, but it is very clearly understood among the species. Yet, even the earlier part of that claim is increasingly open to dispute.

Wole Soyinka And The Nigerian Youth

By Uche Nworah

I attended Okechi Precious Osuala and his lovely bride Cordelia Ogbu’s wedding in Abuja recently. The groom, a childhood friend and fellow student at the University of Uyo (Uniuyo) also invited some other friends from our university days. Such occasions usually provide a good opportunity to relive memories of the good old days and to catch up on each other. The wedding served as a reunion of sorts for many of us that attended. 

The Emerging Trends of Politics, Cultism and Gangs in Nigeria

By Roy Chikwem

Since the introduction of democracy in Nigeria, Nigerians have experienced first-hand massive election rigging, hooliganism and violence. The introduction of democracy in Nigeria has also produced the highest wave of violence amongst Nigerian politicians at local, state and federal level. Few of these politicians have surrounded themselves with criminal gangs and for-hire law enforcement agents willing to carry out their commands.

The Nigerian Bar Association

Lessons in Neutrality
By
Andrew Obinna Onyearu

Andrew OnyearuIn a statement issued by its President, Olisa Agbakoba SAN, the Nigerian Bar Association condemned the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for making an application to the Supreme Court to set aside its judgment in the Anambra State Governorship case. In explaining this position, the statement issued on behalf of the NBA contains a number of critical and far reaching observations.

Prof. Wole Soyinka's View On Cultism and Confraternity

Who deserves the blame?
By Christopher Odetunde, Ph.D.


Dr. Chris OdetundeTo understand what we are experiencing in Nigeria today, we must understand the difference between confraternity/fraternity and cultism; and what is leading young people to join the former groups.  We observe that the almighty created fraternity with our family system.

People's latent Power through Interest or Pressure Groups

The Interest or Pressure Groups Nigeria never thought she had
By Chris Odetunde Ph.D


Dr. Chris OdetundeAdvocacy group, lobbying group or special interest group, loosely or tightly organized, is a group doing advocacy on behalf of citizens to encourage positive or prevent negative changes in public policy without necessarily engaged in trying to be elected.  It is taking awhile for Nigeria to grow from her immature politics to maturity.

NAS Upcoming Events

No events

NAS Twitter Feeds

Natl Association of Seadogs We join the @WHO , and the rest of the world to call for action to eliminate health inequities. WorldHealthDay2021 NASPC1952
Wednesday, 07 April 2021 15:24
Natl Association of Seadogs On this WorldHealthDay2021, "We need no reminders that millions of Nigerians are left to the weak & inefficient h… https://t.co/dC3wGO5Qca
Wednesday, 07 April 2021 15:24
Natl Association of Seadogs RT @TheICIR: MEMBERS of the National Association of Seadogs (@NASPC1952) on Tuesday, stormed the Code of Conduct Tribunal office in Abuja t…
Wednesday, 07 April 2021 08:24

NAS on Facebook