An Interloping Former President Is A Present Danger To Democracy – Akinrinade

General Akinrinade reacts to the statement by former President OlusegunObasanjo. The recent statement by former President Olusegun Obasanjo over the recently concluded elections must be condemned in the strongest terms by democracy loving Nigerians and those who care about the unity of this country. His statement coming at a time when the Independent National Electoral […]

Conduct modern research to raise African culture – Ooni

The Ooni of Ife, Oba Enitan Ogunwusi, has charged members of the Academics to conduct research to modernise the Culture of African people so as to promote it among the cultures of other people in the world. Oba Ogunwusi made the assertion while speaking at the inauguration of Professor Jeleel Ojuade as the third vice-chancellor […]

A letter bomb to Atiku Abubakar by Churchill Dandjuma

You are a symbol of the past failures and the politically corrupt in Nigeria. With all due respect, therefore, I, on behalf of millions of Nigerians want to remind you that you should shut up when we are discussing anti-corruption challenges and the way forward. I laughed cynically when I heard you brag that you […]

Between Kadara Ahmed and the BBC

By Ivor Ekpe I Stand FIRMLY with Kadaria Ahmed. Unfortunately there is an error people are making about the BBC kerfuffle and it is borne of both IGNORANCE and clouded DISLIKE for Government and Nigeria. 1. Have you ever seen the BBC show you the Dead as a result of terrorist activities within the UK […]

Religion, The Nigerian Demon

by Dele Alake Physically remote but fully involved in the processes leading up to Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s victory at the APC primaries and also in the power play that led to the emergence of Senator Kashim Shettima as the vice presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, it was with quixotic astonishment and predictable […]

2023: Tinubu, those who don’t care if Nigeria ever rises

Once upon a time, the state was an “urban jungle.” If you walked around the noise-polluted streets, which were overcrowded with rickety commuter buses, cars, cart pushers and wheel barrows and thronging with screaming street traders, ubiquitous markets stalls around pole-high refuse heaps and putrefying gutter oozes, you might find one or two human corpses decomposing on […]

Nigeria at Intensive Care Unit

Across sectors, the tempest in Nigeria had doubled, and in some cases, tripled with the failed regime of the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.). Sai Baba is not the sui generis of Nigeria’s woes, but he has forced Nigerians to tread more throes. Like Umar R.A would smile and sob anytime he remembered the […]