Rescuing Nigerians from Turmoil and Grip of Oppressive Leaders: Our Collective Responsibility By Emeka Nwokocha

It is only in covens that witches and wizards congregate to feast on the blood of humans and inflict excruciating pain on their victims. In such evil communion, witches and wizards derive great pleasure in causing their victims great misfortune. The above narration aptly brings to the fore the reign of torture innocent and law […]

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Impudence, Buhari said. He meant imprudence By Sonala Olumhense

In President Muhammadu Buhari’s 2000-word Independence Day address to Nigerians, he appeared determined to portray the image of a unifier.  He used the word, together, 10 times. Together, he said, was adopted together as the theme of the event.  He did not clarify who comprised “together.” But it was not the most important word in […]

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Fighting Corruption: Which tactic is there left to try? By : Mahmud Jega

Every now and then, an important item in the news tends to remind me of something. When Vice President Yemi Osinbajo said last Tuesday that this country should try new tactics in the fight against corruption, he reminded me of Nasiru Imam, Deputy Managing Editor of Daily Trust and long-time secretary of its Editorial Board. […]

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The 5G Conspiracy Theories, The Anti-Christ and The Church – A Biblical Excursion. By Prince Randolph H. ErumaGborie

 No one could have imagined the full extent of this COVID 19 pandemic when we all enter this year 2020 on 1st of January. As mankind works at finding answers to this new extra ordinary challenge, all sorts of reasons are being adduced for such a wonder that has completely overwhelmed our existence. Governments and […]

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Backstory Behind Aisha Buhari’s Gunfight With Sabiu Yusuf By Farooq A. Kperogi

Gambari has turned out to be not the Abba Kyari replacement Aisha had hoped he would be. Instead, Sabi’u “Tunde” Yusuf, her nemesis’ nephew, is the new Abba Kyari. By now, most people have read the story of the scuffle that occurred between Mrs. Aisha Buhari, her children, and her security aides on one hand […]

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EDO 2020: ELECTION LIKE NO OTHER AS OBASEKI, IZE-IYAMU, ODUBU, OGIEMWONYI AND AIRHIAVBERE LOCKED    EDO’ S  FATE.  BY  BENJAMIN ATU

What’s happening in Edo State today was similar to what took place in the 2004 America Presidential election which as you will recalled was a polarizing time in America. Everything was reduced to red and blue. John Kerry was the devil incarnate to Republicans, while George Bush was the devil incarnate to Democrates, and there […]

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FROM MADAGASCAR WITH HERBS (2) By Abd-Rafiu

How does anyone justify this, as in the words of Mazi Sam Ohuabuwa, Nigeria has about 174 universities compared with Madagascar’s six. It is Nigeria with 43 Federal universities, 52 state universities and 79 private and 20Faculties of Pharmacy and about 69 Federal-funded research institutes that has Madagascar to thank in a way. The research […]

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BOLA TINUBU IS A HYPOCRITE. AMB. GAMBARI SHOULD’VE BEEN CONFINED TO LATE ABACHA INGLORIOUS PAST by Chris O. Maduka

Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu and his confessed Disciples of the late Chief MKO Abiola are the biggest Hypocrites that have ever lived or walked on the face of the Earth.  Yesterday they Cried about Abiola and June 12th. They raised the biggest statue in Nigeria right by Ojota bypass entrance to Lagos where all can […]

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COVID-19: Are Lockdown measures sustainable? by Fredrick Nwabufo

For a country like Nigeria with complexities and deprecable socio-economic indices, imposing restrictions on movement for an extended period of time — asphyxiating the economy and pauperising small businesses – is Siberian. As it is, we cannot afford an extended lockdown! Lockdown measures are not sustainable. As a matter of fact, some countries affected by […]

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