The One Man Road “Berger”

The Federal Republic of Nigeria is a country that boasts of about 200,000 kilometres of with only 39,000 kilometres of them paved. 35,000km of these roads are of...

One-on-One with Prof Kingsley Moghalu- YPP’s Presidential Hopeful

“I’m in this for the long haul” We eventually agreed to meet on Monday June 18, by 12 noon, at his campaign office in Maitama,...

Nigerian Lives Matter (2)

…We are failing in several fronts; let us not add security failure to the list   On Sunday morning, Nigerians woke up to the news that...

Ten years after Lamidi Adedibu

It has been ten years since the self-styled “strong man of Ibadan politics”, Chief Lamidi Ariyibi Akanji Adedibu, died. He died on June 11,...

The political phrase ‘farmers-herders clashes’ must be proscribed

The first approach to solving a security problem is stripping it of all political pretences and nuances. The killings in Plateau, Benue, Zamfara and...

The Center Can Not Hold

My life experiences in Nigeria has taught me that at best leadership in Nigerian entails wonderful speeches, herd like followership usually a factor of...

Conversations with Kabiru Tanimu Turaki- PDP Presidential aspirant

“I have what Buhari has – or is assumed to have- but he does not have what I have” –Turaki It was Thursday, June 14,...

Northerners will rule us for long: This pill we hate to swallow

Towards the end of 2011, our TV Production firm was invited to make a presentation to the management of the National Health Insurance Scheme...

Why the bounce from declaring June 12 ‘Democracy Day’ may not last long

Let’s give it to Buhari and his advisers. Whoever suggested making June 12 the country’s ‘Democracy Day’ (rather than May 29, which it has...

The impending implosion of APC

Just take the phrase: “impending” in the title above with a pinch of salt.  I use the word because in politics as in life,...

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