Marching on the centres of power

In Nigeria, power is deployed as a ruthless enemy of the people. It remains a tool of an evil oligarchy wielded at the detriment...

What The Color Of Your Tongue Can Tell You About Your Health

Your body has clever ways of signaling health trouble. Here's a guide to what your hue says about you. Few people get worked up over...

Too Old To Be Sexy?

While watching the 50th anniversary of the MLK Jr. March in Washington, DC I thought to myself, "My what a long time ago." Then...

2015 election versus the call for national conference

For the genuinely selective compatriots as well as foreign observers who are immune to delusion, the painful hint of a far-reaching implosion is building...

Strike: FG and ASUU’s adamant posture

On July 1, 2013, Nigerian University lecturers, under the umbrella of Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), began a nationwide indefinite strike. The decision...

Predicting Nigerian attitudes in a Syrian Conflict

UN-Arab League envoy Lakhdar Brahimi has told EU foreign ministers to do all they can to bring about an end to the conflict in...

Good bye Nigeria

Except in the eyes of the extremely naive and incurable swindlers in the corridors of power, this country has already collapsed; only that the...

Of Kwankwaso’s mass weddings: Between mass hysteria and the real needs of women

Governor Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso will surely go down in history as one of Kano’s finest leaders. I prefer to call him a radical; not...

Igbo must sing a different tune

Starting with the Anambra gubernatorial election, the Igbo must distance themselves from the politics of emotion and lead Nigerians in singing a different tune. ...

PLEASE, LET’S PRAY FOR AMAECHI . . . as Rivers’ political crisis continues to...

I am sure that many watchers of political events in Rivers State would not have imagined that the political crisis rocking that state could...

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