Nigeria’s Omugwo (Postpartum Care) Problems

Last week, Damilola Dimeji-Ajayi wrote on Omugwo: Understanding The Culture Behind Igbo’s Traditional Postpartum Care I love the fact that possibly a Yoruba person had...

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,...

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...

58 Independence:The rough paths Nigeria has towed

Developing a thriving democracy is not an easy task. There can be no quick fixes or short cuts. These are the most important lessons...

Bravo To APC Defectors

I want to begin this piece by amply congratulating all the three executive governors, members of the national and state assemblies, as well as...

Of treacheries by political mercenaries

“As soon as Judas took the bread, Satan entered into him.  So Jesus told him, ‘What you are about to do, do quickly.’” John 13.27...

Still on Buhari’s asset forfeiture order

President Muhammadu Buhari, who went into the 2015 presidential election on the crest of a countrywide approbation as a man of integrity, could not...

A Nation In Grief And The Need For Restructuring

Justice, in the words of Thomas Aquinas, is the act of rendering to each person what is truly his or hers and, comes in...

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...

June 12 Tsunami and the ones who won’t forgive Buhari

By Garba Shehu An old Chinese proverb says: Do good, reap good; do evil, reap evil. This short proverb sums the intensity of attacks against President...

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