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Let the judiciary assert its independence, By Ebun-olu Adegboruwa

Let the judiciary assert its independence, By Ebun-olu Adegboruwa I welcome the landmark judgment of the Court of Appeal, delivered on 11th Dec 2017, in the case of Hon Jus Nganjiwa. In the said judgment, the Court of Appeal stated the process of discipline of a judicial officer for official misconduct is to be undertaken first by the National Judicial...... more

Obasanjo’s big thief and the small thief, By Collins Ughalaa

Obasanjo’s big thief and the small thief, By Collins Ughalaa Sometimes some people have very short memories. But not all the people have short memories. In the build-up to the 2011 governorship election in Imo State former President Olusegun Obasanjo stormed Owerri for the reelection campaign of Governor Ikedi Ohakim. He had his opinion of the front liners in the election....... more

PDP’s golden chance to become Nigeria’s ‘necessary evil’, By ’Fisayo Soyombo

PDP’s golden chance to become Nigeria’s ‘necessary evil’, By ’Fisayo Soyombo We know already that life is filled with ironies, but no one would have imagined that the most important elective convention in the life of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) would coincide with the International Anti-Corruption Day. PDP and anti-corruption are like daylight and night-time; ordinarily, their paths should never interweave....... more

Of Mugabe’s Zimbabwe and Okorocha's Imo State, By Collins Ughalaa

Of Mugabe’s Zimbabwe and Okorocha's Imo State, By Collins Ughalaa “But as the days of Noah were, so shall also the coming of the Son of Man be. For as in the days that were before the flood, they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noah entered into the Ark; and knew not until...... more

Why schools must embrace digital transition, By Philip Amiola

Why schools must embrace digital transition, By Philip Amiola Technology has become a part of our everyday life. This is especially true of smart-phones and other mobile devices: which are being put to various uses, impacting how we live, work and play. Since we have become so accustomed to digital devices, we could as well deploy these tools to facilitate...... more

Checked-in luggage losses at Ethiopian Airlines and Nigerian airports, By ’FisayoSoyombo

Checked-in luggage losses at Ethiopian Airlines and Nigerian airports, By ’FisayoSoyombo “The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything” — Albert Einstein. In life, never say, never! Nothing, really, is finite. On Tuesday November 14, I was discussing with a very senior journalist about why opinion writing space should be strictly...... more

Zimbabwe: Is the tyranny over?

Zimbabwe: Is the tyranny over? A coup d’état is the least expected circumstance to unseat one of the longest-serving rulers in Africa. The ‘military takeover’ of Zimbabwe government took all by surprise, because of the strong grip Robert Mugabe has exhibited for decades. Although the military in a video broadcast desisted from calling the ambush a...... more

What is the worth of a Nigerian migrant’s life?

What is the worth of a Nigerian migrant’s life? In April, a former Nigerian public official lost his daughter under questionable circumstances. The young lady’s death was avoidable. Who knows, maybe her spirit is already haunting the United Kingdom hospital and another one in Nigeria. A hospital in Birmingham misdiagnosed her condition; the one in Nigeria performed surgery on her...... more

In Anambra, history offers Buhari one golden moment, By Emma Agu

In Anambra, history offers Buhari one golden moment, By Emma Agu How times change!   Here is a man who not a few Igbo believe, hates them with a passion. Here is a president who, a few weeks ago, some people claimed would never return to Nigeria let alone undertake a tour. To watch PMB traverse the zone with incredible zest and...... more

Omokri: Between loyalty and insanity, By Femi Odere

Omokri:  Between loyalty and insanity, By Femi Odere For those Nigerians who’re new to Nigeria’s political discourse and its murkily unpredictable, hair-splitting political environment, but have been wondering why Reno Omokri seems fixated in turning the truth on its head about the Jonathan presidency – despite the many heaps of incontrovertible evidence that stands like the Rock of Gibraltar...... more

Of Dasuki, memory loss and $2.1 billion fraud charge, By Fredrick Nwabufo

Of Dasuki, memory loss and $2.1 billion fraud charge, By Fredrick Nwabufo   Before I go into the meat of this article, let me state this for the record: The case of Col Sambo Dasuki (retd), former National Security Adviser (NSA), will become one of Nigeria’s unsolved mysteries. His trial will become a poltergeist of how power is exacted for submission and not...... more

El-Rufai’s teachers and Shehu Sani’s labour unions, By ’Fisayo Soyombo

El-Rufai’s teachers and Shehu Sani’s labour unions, By ’Fisayo Soyombo For as long as one is the Governor of Kaduna State and the other is obsessed with unseating him, Nasir el-Rufai and Senator Shehu Sani will never see a coin from the same side. No, scratch that. So long as el-Rufai sees a coin form a certain side, Sani can never...... more

Needless brouhaha over NDDC Board tenure, By Achilleus-Chud Uchegbu

Needless brouhaha over NDDC Board tenure, By Achilleus-Chud Uchegbu Senator Emmanuel Paulker may have played the devil’s advocate when he raised a motion for an abridgment o the tenure of the incumbent board of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC). In raising argument seeking to put an end to the tenure of the board led by Sen. Victor Ndoma-Egba, Paulker,...... more

If you picked Buhari over Jonathan in 2015, you did no wrong, By ’Fisayo Soyombo

If you picked Buhari over Jonathan in 2015, you did no wrong, By ’Fisayo Soyombo There are numerous disgruntled Muhammadu Buhari-supporters straddling the social media space. Worried by a series of controversies in a government they placed high hopes in, many of such supporters of Buhari are penitent. “Throwback to when I used my bike to campaign for Buhari, preaching change. God forgive me,” one named ‘Hur’...... more

Senate and its basket of empty probes, By Fredrick Nwabufo

Senate and its basket of empty probes, By Fredrick Nwabufo The Nigerian Senate, upper chamber of the National Assembly, is impotent. So impotent that it engages in theatrical probes to conceal the absence of a legislative manhood. I have followed the Senate closely. In fact, I covered that arm of the National Assembly in the past. So, I can say with...... more

Restructuring: What’s wrong with the ‘Abacha Document’?

Restructuring: What’s wrong with the ‘Abacha Document’? But, for the death of Gen Sani Abacha, the much-talked about restructuring of Nigeria would have been in top gear. In more ways than one, it was the death that robbed Nigerians of the opportunity of consigning the hot air over marginalisation, more imagined than real, to the back seat of...... more

6 men who shouldn’t be in Buhari’s government

6 men who shouldn’t be in Buhari’s government This piece is laden with unsolicited advice. Ordinarily, it should not have been written, but for recent evidence that the quality of advice available to President Muhammadu Buhari is questionable. Friends of people in power often speak in hushed tones about how the President never listens; about how difficult it is...... more

The Return of Abdulrasheed Maina, By ’Fisayo Soyombo

The Return of Abdulrasheed Maina, By ’Fisayo Soyombo Abdulrasheed Maina cannot hide forever. Neither he nor the people who helped him circumvent justice in 2013 gave this a thought when he escaped to Dubai. But as he must have found out already, retreating from justice is a big damage to self, rather than the law. And, no matter the...... more

Walking skeletons of Nigerian Military, generations of Ahab and Jezebel, By Lovina Iburene

Walking skeletons of Nigerian Military, generations of Ahab and Jezebel, By Lovina Iburene A wise person learns from history. Going by the activities of the Nigerian military and the Nigerian Army in particular, concerning the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), the Niger Delta, etc, the senseless killings, intimidation and terrorising of innocent Nigerians; the abnormal power display and godless life-style being bought over by...... more

Patterns and parcels of life, By Esther Chizaram Ngele

Patterns and parcels of life, By Esther Chizaram Ngele Life comes in patterns and parcels. Each pattern comes with a unique parcel of lessons; taking the jabs equals taking the bull by the horn in its true meaning. Through life lessons heroes are known, champions are made, the best-selling authors emerge with tales too good to be true; CEOs embark...... more

Restructuring: What are we restructuring?

Restructuring: What are we restructuring? The word restructuring (re) structural engineering used to be commonly associated with the civil engineering profession). Recently, the word has crept into the political lexicon, and has assumed such currency that each day in the media the word is so emotively used and bastardised so much so that its true meaning is lost...... more

Zahra, Aisha Buhari as fashionable Aso Rock Clinic critics, By ’Fisayo Soyombo

Zahra, Aisha Buhari as fashionable Aso Rock Clinic critics, By ’Fisayo Soyombo There are the Buharis who are not Buharists. Credit to Mallam Nasir el-Rufai, the most recent and most persistent proponent of the term Buharism, Buharists can be used loosely without guilt – in this case – to mean political heavyweights or followers in whose eyes Buhari can do no wrong and must, therefore, never be criticised. As there...... more

How best to tackle Nigeria’s number one enemy — corruption, By Chido Onumah

How best to tackle Nigeria’s number one enemy — corruption, By Chido Onumah Corruption is the number one enemy of our country, and, therefore, the main reason Nigeria remains underdeveloped. It is generally agreed that corruption is the canker that is destroying the foundation of our society and that if no drastic measures are taken to deal with it, we would, very soon, have...... more

Melaye’s recall is now constitution barred, By O. G. Chukkol

Melaye’s recall is now constitution barred, By O. G. Chukkol It has been in the news that Senator Dino Melaye has been evading the service of Recall Notice. All attempts by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to serve him have been abortive. It could be recalled that on June 23, 2017, his constituents submitted a petition to the INEC demanding...... more

For Kurds, Palestinians, Catalans, Biafrans: The stage is set, By Confidence MacHarry

For Kurds, Palestinians, Catalans, Biafrans: The stage is set, By Confidence MacHarry The end of the Second World War saw the number of countries that achieved statehood and entry into the comity of nations overly double, especially with independence movements following the withdrawal of Western colonial powers from Asia and Africa. Much of the blame or credit goes to the Atlantic Charter, signed...... more

Python Dance II: How Ikpeazu got things wrong, By Ebere Uzoukwa

Python Dance II: How Ikpeazu got things wrong, By Ebere Uzoukwa It is a clear that “Operation Python Dance 11”, which means Egwu Eke Nke Abua in Igbo Language, was declared in the entire South-East and parts of Cross River State. It also a known fact that majority of the pythonsdeployed are presently in Abia, doing the dance. The major reasons why Abia people must...... more

Rising incidence of extra-judicial killing in Nigeria, By Adaobi Nwagbo

Rising incidence of extra-judicial killing in Nigeria, By Adaobi Nwagbo The life of a man is sacred in the eyes of God, and the law. That is why laws all over the world guarantee the right to life. Extra-judicial killing implies the termination of life without authorisation of the law, and strictly outside functioning of the court of law. The 1999...... more

Paul Le Guen, Gernot Rohr: World Cup qualification without calculator, By ’Fisayo Soyombo

Paul Le Guen, Gernot Rohr: World Cup qualification without calculator, By ’Fisayo Soyombo At the blast of the referee’s final whistle on Saturday, some half-a-dozen Super Eagles players were spotted locked in an embrace with Gernot Rohr, their Coach. Afterwards, they grabbed the fragile German, threw him up, and caught him mid-air. Over and over, they repeated the process to the adulation of fans at...... more

The divisibility of Nigeria, By Kazeem Olalekan Israel

The divisibility of Nigeria, By Kazeem Olalekan Israel “Nigeria’s political problems sprang from the carefree manner the British took over, administered, and abandoned the people of Nigeria.” — Ademola Ademoyega in Why We Struck It is so unfortunate that some elements in the country are joining the Federal Government to make a hill out of a mole, unnecessarily. It is...... more

Governor Ikpeazu’s letter to the 30 churches, By Godwin Adindu

Governor Ikpeazu’s  letter to the 30 churches, By Godwin Adindu Remember Paul of Tarsus? Remember the thirteen Pauline Epistles? Remember the Apostle of all times, the light-bearer of the Christian faith and his many letters to the churches, captured as epistles of the new testament? Today, no one knows if Governor Okezie Ikpeazu has a passion for the epistles. But, it does...... more

 

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