BREXIT Undo: Not A Severe Reverse

The hysteria over the Brexit undo whilst understandable is hardly a severe reverse.  Certainly, that’s not the case for the UK; not for her...

Arms Deal Scandal And NASS Oversight Role

I was doing a piece on the 2016 Budget when I decided to turn my TV on and watched a discussion on the Arms...

Opposition Finds A Second Life On The Wings Of Hypocrisy

Even though the Peoples Democratic Party is still in its period of mourning, it is heartening that it manages to see through its tears....

Buhari and the June 12 saga

There are three aspects - the strategic, the political and the legal - to the Federal Government’s decision to replace May 29 with June...

Readers Have Their Say

Let Buhari borrow a leaf from the traditional family survival strategy in times of austerity. Usually, the children are given priority when family resources...

Beyond Buhari’s Cabinet Lies A Silver Lining For The Igbos

President Muhammadu Buhari’s long-awaited cabinet is now complete. As in any political endeavour, there are winners and losers. Socially, similar to the Yorubas in 2011,...

THE MELAYE MELANCHOLY

He is loudmouthed, belligerent and domineering. Yet he is vociferous, embossing and looks vengeful. He is noncompliant and dissenting of course. And even in...

The faith of the ordinary Nigerian

The ordinary Nigerian loves this country. She has an abiding faith in her prospects, promise and potential.  She is also an incurable optimist. She...

Shall We Tell the President

Nigeria's democracy has advanced another year. Yet three years into President Muhammadu Buhari's presidency, telling  him and his team how well or badly the administration has...

Remembering World HIV/AIDS Day

The first world AIDS Day was held 28 years ago, after health ministers from around the world met in London. They agreed that such...

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