We’re SARS from our mother’s womb *Speak to your children now! Have you ever had a heart to heart conversation with your children? I mean, sitting down to laugh and play and allow them to open up to you. I had that experience on Friday, October 23, 2020. Should I say, this was the good side the current lockdown that started since...... read more

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Now, who will save Nigerians from the SARS called electricity Discos? If anyone, especially officials of the electricity distribution companies, otherwise known as Discos, or their collaborators in government tells you that the companies are not making profit, don’t spit in the face of that person, because it will be considered aggression and you could go to jail for that. But be...... read more

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Caveat Emptor: Before they scapgoate the Igbo again Don’t be surprised if they spin the narrative to indicate that those who pelted the convoy of my friend, Kayode Fayemi, Governor of Ekiti State with stones and other dangerous objects in the heat of the #EndSARS protest are Igbo. I can see you opening your mouth to say that is...... read more

By Sunny Igboanugo
Tell 'old' Bode George to retire – Fayose *How to take Lagos from APC The first step to enhanced political fortunes in Lagos State, including wrenching the government from the vice grip of the All Progressives Congress (APC), is for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to first, retrieve the party from the influence of former Deputy National Chairman, Bode George. This was the prescription of...... read more

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Buhari doesn't pretend, they pretend for him! I owe a lot to The Guardian. The Flagship of Nigerian journalism to me is not just a claim, but a reality. What I learnt in the Mass Comm classrooms, is only, but a fraction of what The Guardian Institution - the real institution taught me. One of the most salient...... read more

By Sunny Igboanugo
Edo election: Echoes of 15 minutes with President Akufo-Addo   We all sat on the floor. Black, white and other colours, if there is any. The flashing and sound from the still cameras, hundreds of them kept on repeatedly in synchronism with the clicking by their owners. Date was December 9, 2008. Venue: Electoral Commission of Ghana headquarters in Accra....... read more

By Sunny Igboanugo
The consequences of blood   I remember interviewing a prominent leader of the Rosicrucian Order, some 20 years ago. He was the first that drew my attention to the practical example of the reality of karma, the law of retributive justice. His example then was the death of the Murtala Mohammed. I wasn't seized of...... read more

By Sunny Igboanugo
Ngige: Salute to the revolutionary @68 Many of those who are not conversant with who Chris Nwabueze Ngige really is, saw a snippet of his characterisation a few days ago in that dramatic episode at the House of Representatives, where he appeared to answer some questions over the suspension of the senior management of the Nigeria Social...... read more

By Sunny Igboanugo
The Minister’s Krola: Reminiscences of Zik, the Owelle and his ways Between Ikemba Nnewi, Chief Emeka Odumegwu Ojukwu and Nnamdi Azikiwe, I’m still debating on who is more delightful to be with as a reporter. I had the rare privilege of meeting the two in my career. When Zik was alive, I was one of the regular visitors at his Onuiyi Haven,...... read more

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Destroy this Magu, another Magu will rise On this particular day, I was sitting, tucked away in a corner of the main lobby of Transcorp Hilton, Abuja, nursing the last glass of my beer like a baby and arguing with my conscience whether I should ask for another. I didn’t understand why I should pay a staggering N900...... read more

By Sunny Igboanugo
How the Igbo make their money   I have just listened to Asari Dokubo in a video clip that is currently trending on the social media. It was his response to a verbal attack by Nnamdi Kanu, in their engagement over the issue that seems to emanate from a disagreement around the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB)....... read more

By Sunny Igboanugo
May 30 and Biafra: The war has just begun, five decades after During one of our meetings, I had asked the Ikemba Nnewi, the late Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu if he would tour the same route he trod over Biafra and take the same decisions. He turned and looked at me, with a benign smile playing across his lips his bulging eyes boring through...... read more

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Ohaneze-Ojukwu war: A battle that ended with one word! Words are not just ordinary. They have their implications. I learnt this the hard way some 30 years ago. It was during the bitter feud between Ohanaeze and the late Ikemba Nnewi, Chief Emeka Odumegwu Ojukwu. You recall that the row was so bitter and caustic that it led to the...... read more

By Sunny Igboanugo
Abba Kyari: He loved Buhari so much that he hated Nigerians Alfred Bernhard Nobel (October 21, 1833 to December 10 1896) was a Swedish businessman, chemist, engineer, inventor, and philanthropist. Though he held 355 different patents, dynamite was said to be his greatest, most famous and most profitable. But that was nearly his undoing. For dynamite had been used heavily in wars...... read more

By Sunny Igboanugo
Wike, Ake and the sad story of the Nigerian journalist I was in the centre a of major drama, some years ago. As a state correspondent of The Guardian, I was caught in the web of a very, intricate, intriguing, but interesting sequence of events that underscored the precarious situation in the minefield of half-baked, crude and sometimes non-existent political democracy...... read more

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