Articles by Omogbolahan Bello

November 2, 2020

Social media may be the cure for ailing democracies: Nigeria’s #EndSARS revolution

Omogbolahan Bello
In Nigeria, nationwide protests have erupted from the Twitter hashtag #EndSARS, created to oppose the abuse of police power. Omogbolahan Bello argues that the implications of this movement show how social media may be a tool for democratic reform
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Omogbolahan Bello
Research Assistant/Programs Officer at the Cooperation for Accelerating Sustainable Development in Africa (CASDA); Student Research Committee Coordinator at the International Association of Political Science Students (IAPSS)

Omogbolahan is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of The PalmWine Writer, an initiative designed to encourage budding writers and scholars who write primarily on contemporary issues relating to Africa.

He obtained his Bachelor's and a Master's degree in Political Science from the prestigious University of Ibadan in Nigeria and is currently working towards commencing his PhD.

His research interests include comparative politics, African politics, political behaviour, political communication, media and politics, political economy, and political theory.

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