My dear President, let your People go

Your Excellency, it is with every sense of love and patriotism that I have decided to write you again despite the...

By Dele Momodu on August, 4 2018

PMB at ICC: Proud to be Nigerian

I've seen him address the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). Seen him speak at AU (African Union) summits. Seen...

By Femi Adesina on July, 18 2018

Why restructuring is a win-win for all Nigerians

When the former Vice President and presidential hopeful on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, recently addressed...

By Ifeanyi Izeze on July, 18 2018

Filling the Gap In 2019

Georges Benjamin Clemenceau came to power in France in 1917. That was when the First World War was full blown. But...

By Azibola Omekwe on July, 18 2018

2019: Coalition as exit door to tyranny, ineptitude, hardship and sorrow

The sorrow in the land is becoming too palpable; the tears are flowing endlessly; hardship has become the hallmark of the...

By Jude Ndukwe on July, 16 2018

Money politics and lessons from Ekiti governorship election

I started my independent life by training as a reputation manager, so I probably understand public perception management and behavioural effects...

By Pelumi Olajengbesi Esq. on July, 15 2018

Plateau Killing: A case of adding salt to injury

President Muhammadu Buhari, rose to the occasion this time around by promptly condemning last Saturday’s killing in Plateau State. Official reports...

By Editor on June, 26 2018

Buhari’s June 12 Declaration: A thin line between a bribe and an honour

Growing up in a rural community in Bendel State now in today's Edo state, I remember fervently how candidates and parties...

By Dr Emenena Bright on June, 20 2018

Abiola and Gani were humoured

One wonders why it took our president this long to make us happy as a country. President Muhammadu Buhari for once...

By Azibola Omekwe on June, 20 2018

June 12 tsunami and the ones who won’t forgive Buhari

An old Chinese proverb says: Do good, reap good; do evil, reap evil. This short proverb sums the intensity of attacks...

By Garba Shehu on June, 10 2018

Daunting task ahead of Super Eagles in Russia

With few days to the commencement of the  greatest soccer showpiece on earth, the world cup tagged Russia 2018, soccer lovers...

By Nwokoma Izuchukwu on June, 10 2018

The move of a desperate President

The desperation of President Buhari to retain power at all costs has again manifested itself in his illegal act of both...

By Umar Ardo, Ph.D on June, 8 2018

Buhari’s June 12 gambit: All politics, many contradictions

The deafening din, which has overwhelmed the country since President Muhammadu Buhari announced the recognition of June 12, as Nigeria’s Democracy...

By Sunny Igboanugo on June, 8 2018

False claims versus the wishes of our founding Fathers

Yesterday May 29, 2018, Nigeria a country in West African sub-region, a British colony and the most populous black nation on...

By Nwokoma Izuchukwu on May, 30 2018

The real price of “changing the change” (1)

Top opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) members have been granting press interviews and addressing zonal political rallies talking about “CHANGING THE...

By Garba Shehu on May, 20 2018

Currency swap agreement: Another milestone for Emefiele’s CBN

“We will be professional, we will be apolitical. We will not go into politics. What we will do is to focus...

By Sunny Igboanugo on May, 14 2018

Between naysayers and Bayelsa public service reforms

Timi is about 27 years and hails from a rustic community in Southern Ijaw Local Government Area of Bayelsa State. He...

By Daniel Alabrah on May, 10 2018

Workers' day and the Nigerian Worker

International Workers Day, Labour Day or Workers's Day in the case of Nigeria and some African countries, is an annual observance...

By Nwokoma Izuchukwu on May, 1 2018

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