U.S. Secretary of States John Kerry said the United States will continue to support the Nigerian military in its fight against Boko Haram. Kerry, who arrived Sunday in [more]
The robust defense of President Jonathan's inept and corrupt administration by the Prelate of the Methodist Church of Nigeria, Rev. Samuel Chukwuemeka Uche reminds me of [more]
Dozens of Nigerian expatriates and activists gathered Friday in from of the Nigerian Embassy in Washington to seek attention for the scores of lives lost recently in [more]
I do not think Nigerians have a difficult choice to make when they go to the polls on Valentine’s Day. It’s either they return the incumbent, President Goodluck [more]
Five weeks before a presidential election, Nigeria's electoral commission said on Friday it has not yet finished printing the cards that voters will need to present at [more]
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- U.S. Secretary of States John Kerry Visits Nigeria Ahead Of Election January 25, 2015
U.S. Secretary of States John Kerry said the United States will continue to support the Nigerian military in its fight against Boko Haram.
Kerry, who arrived Sunday in the Nigerian city ... Read more
- Nigerians Protest In The United States Against Boko Haram January 18, 2015
Dozens of Nigerian expatriates and activists gathered Friday in from of the Nigerian Embassy in Washington to seek attention for the scores of lives lost recently in attacks by the ... Read more
- Nigeria Races To Get Voter Cards Out For Presidential Election January 10, 2015
Five weeks before a presidential election, Nigeria’s electoral commission said on Friday it has not yet finished printing the cards that voters will need to present at polling stations.
Of the ... Read more
- S. Africa Takes Helm Of UN’s Group Of 77 Developing Nations January 10, 2015
South Africa has taken leadership of the United Nations’ “Group of 77,” during a particularly interesting year for that coalition of developing nations.
The new post puts South Africa in a ... Read more
- South African Med Student Crowned Miss World 2014 December 15, 2014
A 22-year-old South African woman has won the 64th annual Miss World 2014 beauty pageant.
Rolene Strauss, a medical student, was crowned this year’s winner at the ... Read more
- Nigeria Cuts Budgeted Oil Price December 5, 2014
Nigeria’s finance ministry proposed a lower benchmark for the budgeted oil price, suggesting spending cuts after the commodity’s relentless slide in recent weeks.
Paul Nwabuikwu, a spokesman ... Read more
- Does The Lord God Almighty Know Everything? January 23, 2015
The Lord God Almighty has created us-human beings-with senses, minds and intellects. He didn’t create us as lobotomized sissies who should do as He wants, says and we should act as dodo birds. In fact, He issues out a challenge ... Read more
- Prelate Samuel Chukwuemeka Uche: A Prelate For Hire – By Bayo Oluwasanmi January 23, 2015
The robust defense of President Jonathan’s inept and corrupt administration by the Prelate of the Methodist Church of Nigeria, Rev. Samuel Chukwuemeka Uche reminds me of mourners for hire. “Women who mourn at funerals” refers to women who were paid ... Read more
- 2015 Elections: The Easy Choice Before Nigerians – By Chido Onumah January 18, 2015
I do not think Nigerians have a difficult choice to make when they go to the polls on Valentine’s Day. It’s either they return the incumbent, President Goodluck Jonathan, or replace him with the candidate of the main opposition party, ... Read more
- Nigerians : Are You Better Off Today Than You Were Four Years Ago? – By Bayo Oluwasanmi January 10, 2015
During the American Presidential Debate in 1980 with the incumbent President Jimmy Carter, President Ronald Reagan pointedly ask Americans: “Are you better off today than you were four years ago?” Ever since, the now famous quote features prominently every four ... Read more
- Buhari Vs Jonathan – The Lesser Of Two Evils? – By Paul Omoruyi January 5, 2015
As Nigeria’s political parties vie for who will be the next president of Africa’s most populous country, many Nigerians are perturbed about the potential for violence in the days leading to and after the election; at least if the past ... Read more
- My People of The Year 2014 – By Bayo Oluwasanmi December 31, 2014
Nigerians look around! Can you see common men and women amid the care and struggle of daily life? Can you see people in the jar of the noisy streets and amid the squalor where want hides? Can you see the ... Read more
- Buhari versus Jonathan: Our Narrowed Choice – By Toks Ero December 26, 2014
Who will win next year’s Presidential election and assume the position of President come May 29, 2015 is no doubt the most important issue to Nigerians at this time. Nigerians are hopeful for a President that will stem the tide ... Read more
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