There are different seasons for different reasons. When issues are not appropriately timed, they can be misconstrued. Executive Order Number 6 is one of such poorly timed executive interventions. Besides, it is a mere rehash of what is already statutorily… Read More ›
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 birthday greeting with the following rider.
So I waited to see who wins the PDP’s flag for the presidential race come February next year, and the winner is HE Abubakar Atiku, former Vice President, former this and former that, and he is a muslim, and so… Read More ›
Since Nigeria attained independence 58 years ago, the nation has been running from pillar to post, in varied attempts to take the country out of the woods, and push it to an appreciable level of development befitting a country with… Read More ›
You may never know the number of people that die everyday, until death takes someone you know.
So, I patiently waited to see what would become of the #osundecides race, between an F9 PDP dude and other big wigs of APC, and SDP: the result was inconclusive, like all the reoccurring NYSC certificate debacle as a people… Read More ›
If lice are not completely gone from one’s clothing, one’s nails will not be free of blood. (If the causes of one’s problems are not removed, the problems will persist.)
The political primaries are scheduled to hold between this month and the next and definitely by the end of October 2018, the hustling and jostling in Nigeria’s political arena would have begun in full earnest. The elections will be held… Read More ›
One dies according to one’s weight; the robin does not die and make a resounding noise “on hitting the ground.”
As tributes poured in for the super politician and statesman, Senator John McCain after his death recently, one of the archival materials that resonated with the world was when he (McCain) reprimanded one of his supporters who called Barack Obama,… Read More ›
Soft music coming from the small radio by the window Through Jesus Christ, our Lord
Over the years, in the course of this job, I have learnt not to dabble into stories that border on national security. Some stories we write have security implication; we sometimes think they are insignificant and simply call them… Read More ›