Bob Izua’s Building Demolition: Like Shaibu, Like Oshiomhole

Bob Izua’s Building Demolition: Like Shaibu, Like Oshiomhole

By Ayokhai Dada The Edo state Deputy Governor, Comrade Philip Shaibu recently made headlines when the Governor Godwin Obaseki in his wisdom formally handed over the machinery Of governance of the state to him to act as Governor of the state while he proceeded on vacation. The Shaibu’s feat as Acting Governor governor was remarkable, […]

“Cameroonian” Presidential Candidate: What Atiku’s Lawyers should Tell the Tribunal

By Jude Ndukwe Following submissions made by the legal team of President Muhammadu Buhari and the All Progressives Congress (APC) at the Presidential Election Tribunal that the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, is not a Nigerian by birth following the plebiscite conducted in 1961 for the people of the […]

Abia APC’s Continued Desperate Drive to Infamy

Abia APC’s Continued Desperate Drive to Infamy

By Jude Ndukwe In its continued desperate drive to infamy since losing the governorship election on March 9, the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Abia State, has reactivated its machinery of falsehood and rehired its mercenaries of sophistry. All the lies currently being peddled by these forces are so infantile that what the APC in […]

Justice Onnoghen’s 85 days ordeal

Justice Onnoghen’s 85 days ordeal

Justice Walter Onnoghen’s judicial career and his tenure as the Chief Justice of Nigeria ended abruptly on April 4, when he reportedly submitted his letter of resignation to President Muhammadu Buhari. ADE ADESOMOJU, in this piece, reviews the 85-day ordeal that saw him out of office prematurely Justice Walter Onnoghen’s tenure as the Chief Justice […]

Nigeria Problem: Where Do You Belong?

I have been pushed, provoked and annoyed for weeping over reliably about Nigeria. Really, the grievance is all the government has relinquished me with, in a country where the real ones are resting in prison.

Nigeria Problem: Where Do You Belong?

I have been pushed, provoked and annoyed for weeping over reliably about Nigeria. Really, the grievance is all the government has relinquished me with, in a country where the real ones are resting in prison.

On Sokoto Rerun Election, By Usama Dandare

On Sokoto Rerun Election, By Usama Dandare

The March 23, 2019 rerun governorship election in Sokoto State is perhaps the closest race in Nigeria’s political history. According to official results, Governor Aminu Waziri Tambuwal of the People’s Democratic Party won the governorship election by a small margin of 342 votes. Tambuwal polled a total of 512, 002 votes as against Alhaji Ahmad […]

Bukola Saraki and the Tragedy of Victory

Bukola Saraki and the Tragedy of Victory

By Jude Ndukwe Since the National Assembly elections ended in Kwara on March 9, and the current Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki, lost at the polls, those who have lived in mortal fear of one of Nigeria’s finest Senate Presidents ever in history, have not relented in their infantile attacks against a man, who against […]

Wake Up Edo State!

Wake Up Edo State!

Edo Nation is losing it. A call for action. By Leftist Osazee Edigin If you have taken your car to a mechanic workshop or have planned embarking on a building construction project or even putting out an advert for job openings you would have observed that Edo state indigenes are nowhere to be found in […]

Pius Adesanmi: The Sun Sets At Noon!

Pius Adesanmi: The Sun Sets At Noon!

I was contemplating on what to write this week when the news of the crash of an Ethiopian Airline flight popped in. As is usual with such tragic news, shock was the immediate reaction as such breaking news come with very sketchy details. Such news are scary developments that often remind of man’s helplessness with […]

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