Political Issues

Unnecessary Glut Of Parties In Nigeria’s Electoral System -By Peter Claver Oparah

Recently, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) registered a fresh batch of political parties. If…

2019; Why Nigerian Youths Are Becoming Despondent -By Jerome-Mario Utomi.

For the keen political watchers, there has been no shortage of doubt that the 2019…

Yobe’s Strange Politics -By Adam M. Jajimaji

By way of introduction, Yobe is one of the poorest States in Nigeria. It lags…

Humanitarian Crises in Northeast Nigeria and Government’s Misplaced Priorities: World Humanitarian Day 2018 Message from ANRP

19 August 2018 — Abundant Nigeria Renewal Party (ANRP) has decried the looming humanitarian disaster…

Organically Building an Institution -By Sesugh Akume

I now clearly understand why people are pessimistic about alternative political parties and a new…

Africa Action Congress (AAC) Will Transform Nigerian Democracy -By Bayo Oluwasanmi

Never in the history of Nigerian politics has a ruling party (APC) rarely been so…

Political Transfer Window In A Money Circulated Economy -By Adetayo Omotoyosi Adeolu

  The months to elections is usually marred by different antics and shenanigans by politicians,…

Can The Youths Really Challenge President Buhari In 2019? -By Adetayo Omotoyosi Adeolu

  Yesterday, I looked up on the Independent National Electoral Commission website, there was a…

Omoleye Sowore’s Arc From A Political Rebel To A Politician -By Churchill Okonkwo

  My high school classmates asked me to “profile holistically the pedigree of this man…

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Life And People

Significance Of Eid l Kabir -By Tijani Abdulkabeer

I join the Muslim faithful today in celebrating Eid l Adha fiesta. Indeed, this is a festival that started billion years ago to commemorate prophet Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his only son but Allah ransom this son with a ram for overcoming this epic trial. It is a joyous occasion which signifies total devotion to…

Significance Of Eid l Kabir -By Tijani Abdulkabeer

I join the Muslim faithful today in celebrating Eid l Adha fiesta. Indeed, this is a festival that started billion years ago to commemorate prophet Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his only son but Allah ransom this son with a ram for overcoming this epic trial. It is a joyous occasion which signifies total devotion to…

An Open Letter to Polytechnic Students -By Tijani Abdulkabeer

We keep clamouring for the removal of the dichotomy placed on HND and B.SC graduates. will this debate ever end? NO!. Will Nigerian HND ever be made equal to bachelor’s degree? That is not going to happen either. Lets flashback to the establishment of polytechnic education. According to an article titled “The Conversion of Federal…

Re: The Asaba Disgrace -By Philip Agbese

  “Patriotism is your conviction that this country is superior to all other countries because you were born in it.” – George Bernard Shaw The above quote should hit Reuben Abati if indeed he has a conscience and a duty to be patriotic to Nigeria, the land of his birth. It might however mean nothing…

Christianity, Electricity, Nigeria, Poverty & Daddy Freeze -By Nneka Okumazie

Nigeria has no electricity. Or whatever Nigeria has should not be called electricity. It goes anytime and comes back anytime. Normally, electricity should be abundant and available. But in Nigeria it has been reduced to an option – or if possible, a luxury. The same sets of problems in electricity twenty, thirty years ago are…

Democracy & Governance

Health Sector: the Stakeholder as a Leader -By Eze Onyekpere

It is a fundamental aphorism that leadership and governance are critical factors for the success of any organisation, institution, entity and sector. The health sector is not exempted from this aphorism. The leader leads, sets direction, is instrumental to policy…

When Will Governance Resume in Nigeria -By Dele Momodu

Fellow Nigerians, it is truly tragic that the battle for who controls the commonwealth of Nigeria has brought our dear beloved country to standstill. It seems no one seems to care about the myriads of gargantuan issues confronting our country.…

The Death Of Unionism on Campus -By Tijani Abdulkabeer

  I keep shedding tears for the state of unionism on campus in Nigeria tertiary…

Adeosun, Sagay And The One Percentile Pooping On The Rest Of Us -By Damilola Banjo

Last year, when the Federal Government was stalling in honouring its contract with a whistleblower,…

Corruption And Accountability In Nigeria -By Odoji Oluwafemi Stephen

  Corruption Nigeria is one of our biggest challenge as of today. It is clear…

Gender Equity And Transparency – The True Democracy -By Odoji Oluwafemi Stephen

  Voting is defined as a human right. The fundamental assignment of any election man­agement…

Ethics and Good governance- Which way forward? -By Odoji Oluwafemi Stephen

  Ethics may not be easily define but according to Josephson institute, ethics is define…

Forgotten Dairies

The Rise Of Tech & Media Entrepreneurs In Northern Nigeria -By Oliseyenum C.

The emergence of technological innovations has evolved a whole new generation of entrepreneurs, those who…

If Only We Can Live Before The End Comes -By Kehinde Oluwatosin Babatunde

  It was the morning after, it began well, but it ended in sobriety, in…

Uncommon Lessons From A Seemingly Common Man -By Edith Jeff-Okoroafor

  A commercial bike man told me the other day that he is able to…

Why Some Customary Practices In Nigeria Are Illegal -By ‘Yinka Oyesomi

  “As legal practitioners, you cannot close your eyes to the social, political and economic…

When I Look at Nature I Know that God Exists -By J. Ezike

I am not a Christian or Muslim, not a Buddhist, Hindu or Sufi, not a…

Significance Of Eid l Kabir -By Tijani Abdulkabeer

I join the Muslim faithful today in celebrating Eid l Adha fiesta. Indeed, this is a festival that started billion years ago to commemorate prophet Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his only son but Allah ransom this son with a ram…

As Another Storm Breaks -By Edwin Madunagu

This piece is a dialogue with Nigerian Leftists—and all those who feel they share essential attributes with Leftists (socialists and pro-people radical democrats) but, for one reason or another, reject the “label” Leftists. The dialogue is driven by current political…

Economic Issues