With all these discoveries and recoveries of looted billions of dollars (cash in apartments) from government officials who were trusted … Continue Reading We need confidence in our governance to succeed collectively
I don’t think tomorrow’s speculated industrial action organised by Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) is a good development for Nigeria. It’s … Continue Reading Labour strike and the reality of deregulation in Nigeria
Irin korafe-korafen da ke faruwa a yanzu game da gwamnatin Shugaba Muhammadu Buhari, babu tantama ya yi kama da abunda … Continue Reading Shin, menene yan Najeriya ba su fahimta ba game da Muhammadu Buhari?
No right-thinking mind can justify the carnage that happened in Zaria, Nigeria last weekend. The action of barricading the road … Continue Reading No justification for the Zaria killing of Shiite members
While, in my opinion, it’s still too early to attempt to gauge President Buhari’s performance, even so, it might not … Continue Reading On President Buhari’s new (dis) appointments
Until a more comprehensive justification is evident, I actually can’t conceptualise the justice at play in Egypt! In July 2013, … Continue Reading Justice at play in Egypt: Mohammed Morsi sentenced to death
Whenever we sat on our desks, during our secondary school days, the first thing that greeted us was a statement … Continue Reading Xenophobia is a crime against humanity!
In the wake of the ongoing Nigerian politics, here comes another perspective, I suppose a controversial one, from a Nigerian … Continue Reading INEC Chairman ought to be sacked – Odia Ofeimun
One of the grievous mistakes of colonial legacy in Nigeria is the deliberate and constitutional exclusion of traditional institutions in … Continue Reading Traditional institutions and the politics of exclusive power in Nigeria
Sci-News reported that a new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences debunks the widely-held conservative notion … Continue Reading New research report on migration routes of ancient African herders
The worst and most dangerous mistake a country could make is to politicise its defence system. Two or three things … Continue Reading The gallantry of Captain Sagir on Ekiti vote
Given the experience Nigeria has gone through in the last six years of present administration, characterised by a high deterioration … Continue Reading A lesson to take home: An interview with Asari Dokubo
Today, Nigeria is celebrating its 54th Independence Anniversary with a lot of mixed feelings, good and bad stories to tell, … Continue Reading Happy independence celebration: Nigeria at 54
Gone in the way of all mortals! Adieu, Professor Dora Akunyili. Nigeria will continue to mourn you as one … Continue Reading Adieu, Professor Dora Akunyili 1954 – 2014
Nearly a century, since 1928, the Muslim Brotherhood has been at the forefront of Egyptian politics. It was a long … Continue Reading The rise and fall of Muslim Brotherhood in Egyptian politics