Chains by any other name would still hurt as much—anonymous 2023 presidency: Northern youth group endorses Tinubu to lead, Nigeria: Igbo Presidency 2023 – Nigeria’s Date With Justice and Unity. 2023 Presidency: Nigerians divided over Tinubu’s ambition. Disunited South-West, South-East… Read More ›
For the lay person, the series of events in the last few weeks are convincing evidence that the anti-corruption slogan of the current administration is taking shape. Really? Well, not everyone would agree with this position.
The baboon does not issue an ultimatum to the leopard, pepper is small but its fight is much bigger. My young friend, Rekwi Sunday Musa ruminating some weeks back had stated his puzzle, he asked, when did being young become… Read More ›
The whole of last week was one hell of a week, it was work, work and travels, I was equally en-route several time belts and weather. In between I was in Jos, Plateau state and I was reciting in my… Read More ›
Deployment of alarmist expressions such as “treason”, “anarchist”, “public incitement” etc. by security forces have become so predictable and banal that they are now meaningless.
Let me start this way, an old man dies, leaving behind two sons. In his will, he orders his sons to race with their horses, and the one with the slower horse will receive his inheritance.
The Abduction Of Five Pastors, Slaughter Of A Catholic Priest, Word For Pastor Adeboye, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, By Femi Fani-Kayode
It is no longer news that no less than five Pastors of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) have been abducted in Ijebu Ode, Ogun state. This is sad and regrettable. It was also avoidable.
Senator Ahmed Lawan is the Chairman and President of Nigeria’s 9thNational Assembly. His emergence as Senate President was prefaced by a lot of politicking and brick-bats within the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) of which he is a member and… Read More ›
I will start my admonition using the popular theoretical framework of the trolley problem, a thought experiment in ethics.
“If it is Fulani today, yesterday, it was the Igbo” -Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah.
Last week, I had written about my beloved Arewa and the dire situation that she finds herself. I ended that particular admonition by saying that;”Battles are better fought and won through wisdom and strategy than through inflammable pronouncements and political… Read More ›