The Quest to regulate the social media

The Quest to regulate the social media

The recent announcement by the information minister, Lai Mohammed, that the federal government is making plans to regulate the use of social media due...
The Quest to regulate the social media

Reflections on the just concluded Russia-Africa Summit

The first Russia-Africa summit which held in Sochi, Russia, from October 23 – 25 2019,   has put Russia- Africa relations on the spot. During...
The Quest to regulate the social media

Buhari, Onitsha Fire Incident and the Power of Empathy

The recent Ochanja fire incident in Onitsha, in which a petrol laden tanker exploded into balls of fire after ramming into buildings in the...
The Quest to regulate the social media

Aisha Buhari: Victim or One of the Contending Villa Power Players?

An old video clip in which President Buhari’s wife, Aisha, was seen irate and throwing tantrum in the Villa recently went viral, renewing focus...
The Quest to regulate the social media

Between Goodluck Jonathan and David Cameron’s ‘For the Record’

David Cameron’s recent memoir, For the Records, which has largely been shunned by leading arts reviewers such as the New York Review of Books...

Nigeria@59: Dancing on the Brink

In 2010 John Campbell, the United States’ Ambassador to Nigeria (from May 12 2004 to July 19, 2007)  published a book he entitled, ‘Nigeria:...
The Quest to regulate the social media

Osinbajo: The Travails of a Vice President

This is not the best of times for the Vice President Professor Yemi Osinbajo. Since the beginning of Buhari’s second term in office, there...
The Quest to regulate the social media

Issues in Buhari’s Economic Advisory Council

President Muhammadu Buhari’s recent replacement of the Economic Management Team (EMT) headed by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo with an Economic Advisory Council (EAC) headed...
The Quest to regulate the social media

FBI’s Nigerian Fraudsters: Penalty for violating zoning arrangements?

The recent news that the United States’ Department of Justice has indicted 80 individuals, 78 of whom are Nigerians, (mostly Igbo), for email scam...
The Quest to regulate the social media

IPOB and the Igbo ‘lumpen traderiat’

The recent attack on Senator Ike Ekweremadu in Nuremberg Germany by suspected IPOB members have generated wide condemnation. Ekweremadu was to give a keynote...

Stay connected

17,341FansLike
1,782FollowersFollow
14,000SubscribersSubscribe

Featured News