If the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) under the leadership of acting chairman Ibrahim Magu thought it was going to receive accolades over its latest exploits, it must have been jolted by the negative reactions that followed. After the… Read More ›
What should we make of the avalanche of stunning discoveries of illicit funds in Lagos recently?
In its over 25 years of operation, the National Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) had not been under the radar, as it is today. Recently the commission got broadcast stations scampering helter-skelter like never before when it revoked 54 dormant broadcast licences… Read More ›
A little over two years ago, Nigerians went to the polls…it was a tension filled and anxiety soaked moment for the nation. A year in which the “seers” had even seen the foreclosure of the state.
The federal government is spreading a dangerous rumor: that next year, Great Britain will give Nigeria information about Nigerians who own property on its soil.
It is a sign of the times, and a tragedy that the most popular Senator in the Nigerian National Assembly at this moment is not the person who has moved the most impactful motion, not a lawmaker who has proposed… Read More ›
And finally the ministerial list was read on the floor of the Upper Chamber of Nigeria’s National Assembly, and in few hours the nation was under the couch, the wailing wailers and the body language experts went into over drive…. Read More ›
There is a simple formula for serving God. It was provided by Jesus Christ himself in the following words: “Follow me.”
It has now turned out that the monster President Muhammadu Buhari failed to destroy is becoming his nemesis.
For the second time, the Senate has refused to confirm the appointment of Ibrahim Magu as the chairman of the EFCC.
As the anti-graft war appears to have hit the brick wall, Nigeria is gradually becoming a laughing stock in the comity of nations. After the Senate rejected Ibrahim Magu, the EFCC acting chairman for the second time, it remains unclear… Read More ›
Ronald Reagan once said, “Government is like a baby, an alimentary canal with a big appetite at one end and no sense of responsibility at the other end”. And I add a big head that thinks it knows it all… Read More ›