The killing of 41 people in Birane village, Zurmi Local Government Area of Zamfara State, last week, whether by bandits or herdsmen, goes beyond our weak policing system. Advertisements
“Sà á bí olóògùn-ún ti wí.” Meaning, ‘invoke it exactly as the maker of the charm instructed’. One cannot eat crab in secret.<!–more.
Whether you like or you no like After you hear this true talk Whether you like or you no like After you hear this true talk If you like e good If you no like you hang If you like… Read More ›
The streets have become an epistemic community where the mood of the country and the direction of thoughts are expressed, moulded, patterned and structured. When one interacts with the streets, one is able to know who is popular and unpopular,… Read More ›
The last has not been heard of Ibrahim Magu, chairman of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), and his controversial tenure. Magu has been a torn in the flesh of our lawmakers, until last week when they got a reprieve… Read More ›
Today I saw two blind people fighting; I shouted, “I am supporting the one with the knife.” They both ran away.
“Nobody should try to remove Buhari in 2019. All Fulanis in Nigeria today our eyes are open. All of us are behind Buhari.We have seen that they want to destroy the Fulani because of Buhari. We would be ready to… Read More ›
At the height of the clamour for restructuring, the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) set up a 27-member committee headed by Nasir El-Rufai, the governor of Kaduna State to get a cross section of views, collate and recommend what can… Read More ›
”Nigerians have become so impatient and edgy now because we eat too much of maggi” House of Representatives member, Aishatu Dukku.
Few can dispute the fact that President Olusegun Obasanjo, the Ebora Owu, was one of those that brought President Muhammadu Buhari to power in 2015.
A lot of realignment is going on, so much happening in the political landscape. The timetable is out; many are doing their homework…others are rounding up class work.
The herders-farmers’ clash in Benue State, which left 73 people, including children, dead penultimate week, will go down in history as one of the defining moments of this administration, not because of the number of casualties – germaine as this… Read More ›