‘‘Don’t give your votes to a small boy, who became a billionaire overnight by stealing of public funds in the state. We will try that party, whose logo is representing running potable tap water because Imo State needs neat water… Read More ›
The two leading political parties, the All Progressive Congress (APC) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the country have toured the length and breadth of the country canvassing for votes. The two major presidential candidates, Atiku Abubakar of PDP… Read More ›
In a rather unexciting case of choosing between two septuagenarians, two Muslims, two Northerners and two people who have been on the scene for over 30 years and can be said to have passed their prime — we call such… Read More ›
The presidency of Mr. Muhammadu Buhari will surely go down history as the mistake of 2015, notwithstanding what happens on February 16, 2019.
The nation has been brought to her knees. Internally, the blaring media testimony needs no augmentation. Beyond her borders, Nigeria is the tale of citizens designated pariahs of the global community for whom special dossiers are opened, and units of… Read More ›
I find it incredulous that a ruling government that seeks a second term in office and about which doubts have been expressed with regard to its performance, the competence of its officials and the quality of its service delivery would… Read More ›
On Friday, President Muhammadu Buhari suspended the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Walter Onnoghen. He immediately swore in Justice Tanko Muhammad as his interim replacement in a development that had precedence in what happened over four decades ago under military rule.
Very quickly for my ‘tush, ajebo, high class, sophisticated’ readership let me explain what pants are; in the UK “Pants” typically refers to underwear. In other parts of the world, notably the USA, “pants” refers to trousers.
A vote for APC in the coming presidential election won’t be a vote for Buhari; it would be a vote for an evil, greedy, corrupt, provincial, and reactionary cabal made up of Mamman Daura, Abba Kyari, Isa Funtua and their… Read More ›
An estimated 25,685 babies (was supposedly) born in Nigeria on New Year’s Day, according to UNICEF, with Nigerian babies making up 6.5 percent of the estimated 395,072 babies born on New Year’s Day globally.
Running and scratching oneself is not possible. With 2019 now in full swing, let me share a short story with you and give you something important to think about…Especially as it regards Nigeria. As of today there are three kinds… Read More ›