Tarabans are once again faced with difficult choices, not because we would not be allowed to cast our votes comes … Continue Reading My take on Taraba state governorship election March 2019
You don’t need to be a legislative member or even a governor to serve your people: A message to Taraba youths
Today, my thought, hoped it’s not skewed, is about my brothers, the youths of Taraba state. From time immemorial, everyone … Continue Reading You don’t need to be a legislative member or even a governor to serve your people: A message to Taraba youths
Often, people face choices in life, especially good ones, that pose challenges to their conscience. I don’t know what most … Continue Reading Jalingo chairmanship election: A choice between confidence and hope
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
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
Tarabans, help me out if I missed anything out there. Beside appointments that were deeply characterised by exclusion controversy, I’m … Continue Reading Is governor Darius ready for the job?
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 a couple of days, Taraba and nearly all the states in Nigeria will go to the polls again this … Continue Reading Who will win Taraba 2015 gubernatorial election?
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
Grabbing my usual early-morning breakfast in front of the TV and taking hold of the day headlines before jumping out of … Continue Reading Al Qaeda member turned spy: The story of Aimen Dean
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