In Between Sharia and the 1959 Bargain, Sam Amadi examines how politicization of Sharia law enables abuse of due process.
Amadi interrogates the Peter Obi mystique and demonstrates why his social capital steadily appreciates despite a bland public persona.
Dr. Sam Amadi ponders on the allegation that there’s a link between Ebubeagu and upsurge of violent crimes in Imo.
Dr Sam Amadi muses on how Nigerian youths can make a difference in politics by not trying to be different – but being intentionally effective.
Sam Amadi argues that the search for excellence in Nigeria will truly begin when we let go and end trafficking in meaningless awards and honours.
Dr. Sam Amadi reflects on our perverse social norms and wonders why and how we expect school girls to be moral without the needed sponsorship.