Of Buhari’s presidency so far, one thing is clear: the pace is inversely proportional to the quantum of public anger bred by decades of horrible post-colonial [more]
By Bayo Oluwasanmi - The contraband lawmakers in the National Assembly are like people who sit on a throne on the skulls of their enemies, the poor Nigerian captive [more]
Christian clerics in Kaduna, Nigeria, this past week distributed food items to prisoners and underprivileged people to mark the start of the holy Muslim month of Ramadan. [more]
By Chido Onumah & Godwin Onyeacholem - Wind the critically slurred legislative tape back to the first National Assembly of the Fourth Republic. It began sometime in [more]
By Dr.Moshood Fayemiwo - Last week, we did a capsulized history of Nigeria within the limited space allowed in a column and tried as much as possible to connect the past [more]
By Bayo Oluwasanmi - Nigeria – the nation that cries, a cadence reserved for funeral dirges. A country full of lamentations with diary of disaster. Over the years we've [more]
From Black Axe to Aiye and De Norsemen to Jurist Confraternities, many Edo Youths have given up their lives and future to these dastardly groups because they were (and [more]
- Ramadan – Nigerian Christians Fecilitates With Muslim Inmates June 22, 2015
Christian clerics in Kaduna, Nigeria, this past week distributed food items to prisoners and underprivileged people to mark the start of the holy Muslim month of Ramadan. Leaders said this ... Read more
- Buhari In Germany for G7 Summit June 8, 2015
President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday afternoon left for the G7 Summit scheduled to hold in Bavaria, Germany, from June 7 to 8.
The President, who left via the Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport, ... Read more
- Nigeria Fuel Marketers To End Distribution Embargo After Meeting With Minister May 25, 2015
Nigerian fuel marketers agreed to resume distribution on Monday after weeks of disruption led to chronic fuel shortages, bringing phone companies, banks and airlines to a standstill days before the ... Read more
- Liberia to be Declared Ebola-Free May 9, 2015
Liberia is set to be declared Ebola-free on Saturday. It will have been 42 days since the country’s last known case of the deadly virus. In total, this regional epidemic ... Read more
- Russia: U.N. Security Council Should Stay Out Of Burundi Dispute May 3, 2015
Russia said on Friday the United Nations Security Council should not intervene in Burundi’s constitutional dispute that has sparked the biggest political crisis in the East African state since an ... Read more
- US-Based Nigerian Woman Kills Husband For Sleeping With Her Sister April 27, 2015
A 35-year-old Nigerian woman, Temitope Adebamiro, has been arrested by the New Castle Police in Delaware, United States, for stabbing her 37-yearold Nigerian husband and father of her two children, ... Read more
- President Buhari, Crack The Whip Now! – By Godwin Onyeacholem June 28, 2015
Of Buhari’s presidency so far, one thing is clear: the pace is inversely proportional to the quantum of public anger bred by decades of horrible post-colonial leadership. And at no time is this sense of indignation and cynicism more intense ... Read more
- Contraband Lawmakers And N84.64 Billion Counterfeit Wardrobes June 26, 2015
By Bayo Oluwasanmi – The contraband lawmakers in the National Assembly are like people who sit on a throne on the skulls of their enemies, the poor Nigerian captive wretches. The contraband legislators represent clear and present danger to the ... Read more
- Buhari, ‘legislooters’ and the change agenda – By Chido Onumah June 22, 2015
By Chido Onumah & Godwin Onyeacholem – Wind the critically slurred legislative tape back to the first National Assembly of the Fourth Republic. It began sometime in 1999, you’d recall. That was the period the incautious yet irrepressible Chuba Okadigbo, ... Read more
- …Things To Come In The Buhari Administration (2015-2019) Part Two June 12, 2015
By Dr.Moshood Fayemiwo - Last week, we did a capsulized history of Nigeria within the limited space allowed in a column and tried as much as possible to connect the past with the present in order to arrive at the immediate ... Read more
- Nigerians Expectation From President Buhari’s First 100 Days June 12, 2015
By Bayo Oluwasanmi – Nigeria – the nation that cries, a cadence reserved for funeral dirges. A country full of lamentations with diary of disaster. Over the years we’ve realized the squalid misery of a great nation, it appalled and ... Read more
- Cultists – The Lost Generation Of Edo Youths – By Paul Omoruyi June 10, 2015
From Black Axe to Aiye and De Norsemen to Jurist Confraternities, many Edo Youths have given up their lives and future to these dastardly groups because they were (and still are) ill-advised about the heart-wrenching perils that await them.
The statistics ... Read more
- President Buhari: Dead End Or The Rebirth Of A Nation? By Chido Onumah May 29, 2015
“We can’t continue to search the branches of a sick tree for the cause of its sickness.” – African Proverb
As history unfolds in Nigeria, it does appear that “the more things change the more they remain the same”. As ... Read more
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