Reflections on the PDP Crisis

The political space has been abuzz with excitement for many and gloom for some since the last convention of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP)...

Did America really predict that Nigeria will break-up in 2015?

I was in the bar section of Nicon Hilton Abuja about a week ago to meet a friend. He had called just after a...

APC: Dreams Die First?

Two developments the past two weeks have grave implications for the All Progressives Congress, (APC), which was conceived and born with unbridled euphoria and...

ASUU, Government, and Dialoguing with the Deaf

That the Nigerian education system is in severe crisis is self-evident. If the increasing trend of our University graduates being unable to read and...

Ike Ibeabuchi: The Greatest who never was

He was billed to be one of the greatest heavy weight boxers of his generation. He said he took to boxing after watching journeyman...

The ‘deportation’ of Nigerians from Lagos

The last two weeks have been marked by very hot verbal exchanges between Yoruba nationalists and defenders of the Igbo polity. Not long ago,...

Re: The Trouble with Nigeria

Below are three of the responses to my three-limbed series on the above. They were selected for publication because I feel they brought in...

The Trouble with Nigeria (III)

This is the concluding part of this three-limbed series in which we sought to interrogate four popular diagnoses of the ‘trouble with Nigeria’. In...

The Trouble with Nigeria (2)

In the first instalment in this three-part series, we interrogated two popular governance myths in the country, namely that the trouble with Nigeria is...

The Trouble with Nigeria (1)

Nigeria is bedevilled by serious challenges – from the problem of underdevelopment to corruption, poor governance, weak institutions and policy reversals. This has led...

Stay connected

16,528FansLike
1,640FollowersFollow
13,555SubscribersSubscribe

Featured News