Buhari vs Atiku: Matters That Matter

When Globacom, the Nigerian telecommunications giant, unveiled Anthony Joshua as its brand ambassador a couple of weeks ago, something delighted me. Even though I...

Lagos in the Year 2050

By the year 2050, Nigeria will have a population of 410 million people, the UN has projected. We will become the third largest country...

Is Nigerian Democracy in Recession?

The recent suspension of Justice Walter Onnoghen as the Chief Judge of Nigeria has raised fundamental issues  that go beyond the government’s claims of...

Why Obasanjo’s Voice Still Matters

Obasanjo’s recent 16-page letter to Buhari, which sounds more like a state-of-the nation address, has, as expected, dominated the deadlines since it was delivered...

Running and scratching oneself is not possible

With 2019 now in full swing, let me share a short story with you and give you something important to think about...Especially as it...

The Amina Zakari Storm

In 2010, when Dr. Goodluck Jonathan assumed office following the death of President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua, he promised us electoral reform. He launched a...

Osinbajo and the Politics of 2023

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo raised the stakes in the politics of 2023 when he added his voice to the politics of ethnic baiting. Speaking...

2019; The Butcher Washes His Hands Before Weighing the Meat

So it's some 24hours into 2019, Nigerians would be going to the polls, to imagine that only 19 years ago, her democracy was only...

Buhari: Heckling is part of the democratic process

The news that President Muhammadu Buhari was interrupted and booed intermittently by some lawmakers while presenting the appropriation bill to the National Assembly recently...

“Kowa ya dade yaga dadau”. – Hausa (Whoever lives long, will see wonders).

Them belly full, but we hungry A hungry mob is a angry mob A rain will fall, but the dirt it tough A pot a cook but...

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