When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall one by one, an unpitied sacrifice in a contemptible struggleEdmund Burke

One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiorsPlato

The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisisDante Alighieri

Liberating Nigeria

2019: Delon LLC, United States

Between Ogun State and State of New Jersey

2013: Punch Newspaper, Sahara Reporters and The Herald

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History of the Computer

2004: IEEE History Center, New Jersey, United States

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Power Supply: We need the facts

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Recent Book Endorsements

Femi Falana SAN, FCI Arb

Femi Falana SAN, FCI Arb

Africa's foremost human rights lawyer and former president of the West Africa Bar Association

"I believe that the book could not have been published at a more opportune time than now that the National Assembly is under tremendous pressure to amend the Electoral Act 2010 and other relevant provisions of the constitution in preparation for the 2023 general elections... In view of the foregoing, I have no hesitation in recommending the book to politicians - young and old, electoral bodies, political parties and other stakeholders in the politics of the country. "

Toluse "TOLU" Olorunnipa

Toluse "TOLU" Olorunnipa

White House reporter for The Washington Post and on-air contributor to CNN

Liberating Nigeria" is an apt title for this tour-de-force, a no-holds-barred analytical probe of the ills that have long plagued Africa's most populous and most potential-gifted nation. Debo Onifade does a masterful job of dissecting many of the country's problems, and showing how its political leadership could rise to address them.This book is useful for those at all levels of expertise and familiarity with Nigerian politics, from the neophyte to the seasoned political hand.Global in scope, comparing and contrasting Nigeria's political system to those in China, the United States, Pakistan and elsewhere - revealing sharp differences, similarities and areas for improvement and evolution."Liberating Nigeria" is more than analysis - it's also about action. It is full of well-researched and well-described prescriptions for boosting Nigeria's young but stunted democratic systems, and promoting good governance. Readers of "Liberating Nigeria," young and old, will be treated to a vision for what one of the world's fastest growing nations could be if its political system better reflected the ingenuity and compassion of its people. Such a "people's government," as described by Onifade, would not only propel Nigeria to fulfilling its potential as Africa's most populous country. Solutions for longstanding problems in Nigeria's electricity, education, health care, security, business and other sectors are methodically and thoroughly presented in this book. Nigeria's leaders - and everyday citizens - could benefit greatly from reading "Liberating Nigeria.





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