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Byline: Imiewanlan Oyakhire
How fascinating it is to see Nigerian politicians and critics react to the emergence of Barack Obama as the 44th president of the United States of America after two years of enduring campaigning and a historic election victory.
The Obama feat, as Obama himself told Bill O'Larry of Fox News channel, would not have been possible anywhere else outside the United States of America. What the world celebrates today is one man's determination to bring to reality his vision and self belief despite mounting odds against him which does not however obliterate the fact that the America political system is not a perfect one.
Most critics of Professor Maurice Iwu may have woken up on Wednesday, 5th of November to celebrate a fellow black man's victory without any precursor to the American electoral process or events to this particular election.
Surely, Iwu is not the first to remark such weakness in the American electoral process, but Iwu's only sin is …