Chukwunwike Enekwechi

Chukwunwike Enekwechi

Chukwunwike Enekwechi studied political philosophy in his first degree from the University of Ibadan, and has been involved in many social development and enlightenment programs for the past fourteen years. He is an ardent believer in the possibility of Nigeria's intellectual and emotional reformation towards the formation of a new Nigerian society.

Restartnaija’s new book: Redefine your purpose, Restart the nation

Ever felt lost, drifting or purposeless in the world? Ever asked why you were born in this place...

Opportunism: the irony of the necessary suppliers in an exploitative system

When hunting known terrorists, those who provide different supplies are regarded as accomplices to terrorism. These include the...

industrial potentials

Actualizing the industrial potentials of Nigerian communities and states

Different nations are ranked from first-world to third-world based on their competence for developing products for trade and...

entitlement mentality

Entitlement mentality: a major reason for use and dump

­ “Girl, how come you weren’t able to connect with him? He’s very handsome, and now becoming an...

science and arts/humanities

Avoiding the alienating trap of rivalry between science and arts/humanities

Some West African people have a type of food, fufu, made by stirring or pounding boiled or powdered...

Voting without producing

Voting without producing: the unrealistic route to development

“That is not the change we voted for… not what we expected when we were voting”   Education...

Tokenism and raffle draw government

Tokenism and the inadequacy of raffle-draw system of government

During raffle-draw contests, people are made to buy multiple tickets to increase their chances of winning grand or...

Colonialism: an illusion of civilization

The illusion of civilization called colonialism

Cocaine is a highly addictive drug people take to feel high and charged, and to temporarily forget their...

The unrealistic expectations from protests in Nigeria

Crying is a way by which people, especially babies, express pain, discomfort, sorrow or need. Seeing someone cry...

postcolonial

African governments as moral scapegoats for postcolonial exploitation

Pimps are cruel human traffickers who kidnap or trap young girls before prostituting them to rich men. Many...