Political Issues

This Empathyless Government Must Go -By Albert Afeso Akanbi

As I went for my usual early morning jug today, I came across a frail…

2019 Elections: Opposition Can Wrangle, But Don’t Misinterpret Buhari! -By Isaac Ikpa

Interestingly, I am getting to know more about the impressive, but  silent aspects of President…

5 Things To Expect After The 2019 Elections -By Umar Sa’ad Hassan

The 2019 elections will leave a lot in its wake.These are 5 things likely to…

Don’t Plunge The Country Into Post Elections Crisis -By Abba Dukawa

The upcoming Saturday’s  re-schedules Presidential and National Assembly election will hold after Independent National Electoral Commission…

Is There Any Integrity Left In INEC After Attahiru Jega? -By Fredrick Nwabufo

Will an election conducted under‎ the cumulus of suspicion, doubt and allegations against the umpire…

2019: An Election Year To Remember -By Peter Claver Oparah

Nigerians went to bed on Friday, 15th February, with solid determination to troop out in the…

For Once Nigerian Youths, On Saturday Be Shadrachs, Meshachs, And Abednegos And Vote Sowore! -By Bayo Oluwasanmi

The Independent National Electoral Criminals (INEC) truly behaved like the name suggests. No warning, no…

The Cost Implication Of Postponing The General Elections -By Ehi Braimah

I woke this morning and my wife told me the elections had been postponed. I…

Can An Election Still Be Free, Fair When It Is Postponed 9 Hours Before Schedule? -By Fredrick Nwabufo

On April 2, 2011, INEC shifted the national assembly election by seven days (to April…

Corrupt Serving Senators

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Life And People

Foreign Aid And How It Fuels African Media’s Payola Problem -By Prue Clarke

NEW YORK – At a recent press conference, a small group of Liberian journalists made a courageous admission: they confessed they were all “on the take.” To supplement salaries as low as $40 a month, the journalists said they often rely on payments from the very people they write about. The revelation confirmed a dirty…

The Launch Of The First Indigenous Search Engine -By Tijani Abdulkabeer

Over the years we have been confronted with what I term mild persecution from colleagues, friends and most especially the educated elite, whenever they see a fellow countrymen in Native(a typical Nigerian dress ) on a Monday morning, they have always argued that such a person is not “corporate in Nature “.It baffles when they…

My “Obasanjo” Letter To ASUU President -By Okafor Chiamaka Favour

Dear Sir, How delighted I am to write you today cannot be expressed in words totally. I write with the hope that this meets you well and communicates the plight of the average Nigerian student. The November 2018 strike is about to extend to March 2019 as the Academic staff union of universities and the…

Sports Betting, Our Beliefs And Contemporary Global Economy Realities -By Ifeanyichukwu Mmoh

2The art of betting has – since I was a kid – been regarded as the occupation of the vagabond. Then, whenever players sat and bet; folks seriously condemned any youngster found around their pool shops. I remember a certain man I knew who actually owned the pool shop and who much later translated his…

Christianity, Daddy Freeze: Addiction, Resentment, Mind’s Blackmail & Failure -By Nneka Okumazie

The mind, by itself, can use failure to blackmail an individual – into action, or inaction. The constant feeling of failed is enough to justify really strange stuff. The common word is guilt, but mind’s blackmail seems more advanced than guilt. Guilt can be useful for change – sometimes, but blackmail can be useful for…

Democracy & Governance

Nigerian Election: The Saturday Summer-Slam -By Pelumi Seun Fakinlede

I just want to say my view about the Nigerian Election that will hold one Saturday because INEC can still postpone it again like they did last Saturday. Honestly postponing the election two hours to the day is not actually…

Revolution: The Help We Need From The Khaki Boys -By Pelumi Seun Fakinlede

I know the international community frowns at military coup which interrupt democratic governance but looking at the Nigerian situation, we might be needing that alot and the sooner the better for us as a nation. You might want to know…

Election Postponement: Can Political Parties Resume Campaigns After Election Postponement? -By Timothy Ola Bamgboye

1. It is public knowledge that all campaigns and advertisements of any sort for the…

Should We Revolt? -By Kareem Itunu Azeez

Should we revolt?.. Mbeki had asked his fellow comrades. Those were words used in the…

INEC Decision; A Show of A Faulty System -By Elijah Akoji

For many of the football lovers we know how sensitive the 90minute is in the…

Of Intellectuals On A Political Adventure -By Terinwa Adesipo

The ancient Greek philosopher, Aristotle could not have had his observation more valid or his…

Okikiola Aremu: The Necessary Evil -By ‘Pelumi Fakinlede

I have marvel why Chief Olusegun Obasanjo is the most abused and insulted Nigerian by…

Forgotten Dairies

How Valentine’s Day Will Affect The Outcome Of 2019 Election -By Seun Bisuga

For young adults, Valentine’s Day is more drama than a love affair. It throws up all…

#ShittuGate: Over 100 Days And The Reckoning Silence -By Abiodun Jamiu

When lightening strike darkness, the blinds rejoice. I was elated. Keen to read more, as…

The Forgotten Promises Of 2015 By Muhammadu Buhari -By Rita Iorbo

I was looking for a document on my flash and found this compilation of campaign…

The Courage Of Monica Osagie And Why Others Must Speak Out -By Margaret Aloba

I just read a piece, “Reflections On a Fallen Hero” by a Professor Steve Egbo…

Suspended CJN Onnoghen’s Saga: A Call for National Reflection -By George Anyiam-Osigwe

The Justice Walter Onnoghen saga is yet another interesting development in the national psyche of…

The Election Postponement: All It Reflects About Nigeria -By Koye-Ladele Mofehintoluwa

“No, no, no. We cannot continue! We cannot Proceed. Mr. Chairman, you have been compromised”- Elder Orubebe  The introductory quote of this article was uttered at a similar election period. Unlike the present matter however, the election had ended and…

I Am Homeless, Thanks To My Employer -By Christopher Ekpo

As I arrived my office, I was greeted with a TERMINATION OF APPOINTMENT by my boss. Shockingly, I managed to open and saw the content which reads: We regret to terminate your appointment with our company. We know how industrious…

Economic Issues