Minimum Wage, Maximum Palaver

After no fewer than 16 meetings and protracted negotiations with the organised private sector, the authorities in the 36 states and the federal government,...

Nigeria, MTN and Pseudo-Nationalism

The recent report that two global banks – HSBC and UBS- have closed shops in the country should be a source of concern to...

Buhari’s ‘New Affection’ for Jonathan and the 2019 Elections

As we nudge towards the 2019 presidential election, and with many people predicting that it will be more bitterly fought than the acrimonious 2015...

We are all part of the Nigerian problem

What is the problem with Nigeria, who is the problem, today I dare say that the problem with Nigeria is not America, United Kingdom,...

The Dangers of Negative Narratives

As a professional journalist and a regular columnist, one of the things I fear the most on the job is boxing myself into a...

The Return of Nnamdi Kanu

The recent re-surfacing of Nnamdi Kanu, the uncouth leader of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) in Israel, raises more questions than answers: How...

The Second Rebranding of Buhari

I recently saw some photos of President Muhammadu Buhari dressed in the traditional Igbo ‘isi agu’ jumper (the jumper with tiger’s heads on it),...

Nigeria @58, ‘Sorry that I forgot your birthday

So, let me quickly wish you a not-too-happy belated Independence Day, my beloved Nigeria. And do kindly indulge me as I start this conversation cum...

The Good Thing about Buhari vs Atiku

In October 1987, the late Sheikh Abubakar Mohammad Gumi, a well-respected Islamic cleric, granted an explosive interview to the now-rested Quality magazine. It was...

The choices before Atiku

Whenever political individuals are used to illustrate the virtues of perseverance and doggedness in this country, the names of Muhammadu Buhari and Alhaji Atiku...

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