Political Issues

The Vice Presidential Debate: What We Have Learnt About The Alternatives To APC/PDP -By ‘Fisayo Soyombo

In a country of 91 political parties in theory but just two in practice, a…

APC And PDP Candidate: All Other Party Candidate Are Not Viable -By Kennedy Emetulu

“Let me clarify again what I said when I said fighting corruption is not an…

Nigerian Youths Are Not Too Young To Run AWAY -By Dr. Perry Brimah

YPP’s Getso summarized it aptly. She said, “in 2015 we had no choice and settled,…

Why does Akeredolu hate Akure people? -By Festus Adedayo

Borrowing from the lingo of legal practitioners, there is the need to confess, ab initio…

2018 Electoral Amendment Bill: The Intrigues and Power Play -By Jide Ojo

Some people have also cited Article 2 of the ECOWAS protocol on Democracy and Good…

Nigeria Decides 2019: A Betrayal Of Nigerian Youths? By Adebayo Raphael

One of the fervent yearnings of Nigerians concerning the forthcoming general election in 2019 is…

President Buhari Is Smarter! -By Adolf Ransom Pepple

Atiku has engaged the man who allegedly manipulated the United States presidential election results in…

Presidential Debate: Buhari, Atiku And Other Are Afraid of Sowore -By Bayo Oluwasanmi

The long awaited 2018 presidential debate schedule was released yesterday by Eddi Emesiri, the Executive…

Outside The Box: Why We Must All Get Involved In Politics -By Alex Otti

A few friends hosted a dinner in my honour at Federal Palace Hotel in Lagos…

Corrupt Serving Senators

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Life And People

Connecting the dots in a wounded world -By Kareem Itunu Azeez

“As far as I have my past, and still falters Currently, why should I filter your acts so harshly, for we are the last hope of a wounded, lets us all come together, Connecting the dots of our differences, it doesn’t matter who you are, what you have done, what world you come from, or…

How Our Toothpastes & Certain Body-Care Products Sell Themselves Out Of Patronage With The Nigeria Consumers -By Ifeanyichukwu Mmoh

While we are most critical about government and its policies as well as how these affected the masses, it is equally important that we begin to call certain organization’s to order with respect to products they exchanged for the hard-earned resources of the Nigerian people that are mostly substandard. These days, it has become a…

A Letter To Fellow Males -By Famakinde O. Michael Esq

There is a subject about which I have been bothered for years and consequently have been looking for answers. This subject was freshly aroused in me yesterday, courtesy of the discussion engaged in by some people around. A neighbour (male) and his friends were discussing females and I noticed none of them had a good…

Buhari’s Anti-Corruption Axe: Would Mourinho Have Escaped If He Was Nigerian? -By Fadahunsi Ola

Putting it straight, if Jose Mourinho was Nigerian, there is no way he would escape Buhari’s anti-corruption war — either by being locked up by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) or being labelled in the media as corrupt. Having seen his side easily defeated on home soil last month in a UEFA Champions League tie against…

Science, Commercial, Art, Artisan and Daddy Freeze -By Nneka Okumazie

Participant humility is an essential in any successful relationship – the importance of a party, yet recognition of the need for the other. The recognition that you don’t know it all, see it all, hear it all, live it all, have it all, orpresent at all places. Life is almost humility in itself. Lots of…

Democracy & Governance

Nigerian Democracy; Between Rule Of Law And Will Of Man -By Jerome-Mario Utomi

Acting on his research result carried out to unravel why leaders make bad decisions, Sydney Finkelstein, a Steven Roth Professor of management at the Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College, United States Of America, underlined; the presence of inappropriate self-interest,…

The Change I Want To Make -By Emmanuel Onyekwere

I have discovered that the only problem bedeviling my country, Nigeria and the world is our perception of the world. We (youth) have misconception about everything that goes on in the country, it is not entirely our fault anyway but…

Let’s Clap For EFCC For Charging NBA President Paul Usoro -By Chuks Nwosu

Mr. Paul Usoro SAN is indeed a lucky guy. Otherwise, nemesis would not have caught…

Where’s The Devil In The Electoral Bill That Buhari Fears? -By Azu Ishiekwene

Exaggeration is the most common strain of fever at election period. Politicians make voters –…

EFCC Is A ‘Non-Party’ With No ‘Locus Standi’ And No, NBA-NEC Isn’t Joking -By Umar Sa’ad Hassan

Five years after my NYSC, I still hold my boss in high esteem.Olumuyiwa Olowokure was…

Connecting the Dots of Corruption: How Individual Greed Has Crippled Nigeria (I) -By Bámidélé Adémólá-Olátéjú

Last week I was introduced to a young man who just “won” his party primary…

The Nigerian Left and the Constitution -By Edwin Madunagu

For some time in the early part of Nigeria’s Second Republic (1979-1983), several groups in…

Forgotten Dairies

Yoruba Elders: Self Interest Under Their Cloak -By Kareem Itunu Azeez

The good old days generally, among all tribes in Nigeria, seems to be falling daily,…

Shaku Shaku Songs And The Danger Of Following Trends -By Adetayo Omotoyosi Adeolu

Originality is the key to the success of any individual, industry, and society in general.…

The Rise Of Nigerian Writers And Poets -By Adetayo Omotoyosi Adeolu

The plethora of writers and poets in Nigeria is growing on a large scale. This…

Ohun to n dan and the African -By Kehinde Oluwatosin Babatunde

Growing up my first gaming console was the family com (terminator). For those who played…

The Good Old Radio -By Oliver Ejike Uja

It is my habit getting the day’s news headlines first every morning on radio and…

The Needless Hoopla Over Presidential Veto Of Amended Electoral Bill -By Peter Claver Oparah

Recently, President Muhammadu Buhari declined assent to the amended Electoral Act, as passed by the Saraki-led National Assembly. The President gave enough reasons for withholding his assent and has communicated these to the National Assembly. This should put a closure…

How Our Toothpastes & Certain Body-Care Products Sell Themselves Out Of Patronage With The Nigeria Consumers -By Ifeanyichukwu Mmoh

While we are most critical about government and its policies as well as how these affected the masses, it is equally important that we begin to call certain organization’s to order with respect to products they exchanged for the hard-earned…

Economic Issues