President Mohammadu Buhari was not scrambled out of his hibernation in Abuja House, London, scampering to Nigeria. Nay! He left for a purpose, which the nation saw and heard in his national broadcast since returning to Nigeria, after 103 days… Read More ›
There is celebration everywhere; I hear that they are in high spirits at the villa, the baboons, monkeys, hyenas and all the various animals in this animal zoo. Thousands and millions are most happy that our beloved Sai Baba is… Read More ›
Fisticuffs After Ozubulu And Other Inglorious Outings Behind President Buhari’s Back – A Rejoinder By Kelechi Abonuyo
‘‘As they performed their duty as they always did, just like a flash, within a twinkling of an eye, a dangerously driven unmarked car pulled by. A young man in his mid-twenties pulled out the automatic Kalashnikov 1947……………. While the… Read More ›
The former behemoth, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), held a non-elective congress last weekend. Although it was geared toward authenticating Ahmed Makarfi’s leadership for another four months before the main convention, and perhaps for mend-fencing, the opportunity was squandered on the… Read More ›
“The public does not like you to mislead or represent yourself to be something you’re not. And the other thing that the public really does like is the self-examination to say, you know, I’m not perfect. I’m just like you…. Read More ›
Two unequally, unimaginable things happened within the past seven days in Nigeria. They were comic and tragic. The first – the comic – was that Sister Margaret (Manggi) eventually wed her long time heartthrob, Mr Chidi Imo. It happened after… Read More ›
If you must buy a baboon don’t buy the one with a 10% discount. My friend Abraham Madu shared this, “Before you do anything, first Think!
‘The joy of coming home, especially at those moments when the airplane was taking off at the origin and landing at the destination, knew no bounds. In between these moments, it was a matter of time – just six or… Read More ›
Some two months ago, the Federal Government, the 36 states and their local government areas had so far shared N1.4 trillion from the federation account, being revenue generated in the first quarter of 2017. The breakdown was contained in the… Read More ›
‘The ailment which troubled him really held him at a very bad spot. It made him suffer. He was emaciated, having lost so much weight. His Adam’s apple now seemed oversize, and each time he swallowed, it moved up and… Read More ›
Last week, the federal government bailed out the states again with the release of another tranche of N243.8 billion, despite the outcry that trailed the lack of accountability and transparency in the management of the previous bailouts. Notwithstanding the FG’s… Read More ›
Ani DiFranco, said I know the biggest crime is just to throw up your hands and say “This has nothing to do with me, I just want to live as comfortably as I can.