Sambo Dasuki and Nigeria’s Subtle Descent into Anarchy

“We are fast approaching the stage of the ultimate inversion: the stage where the government is free to do anything it pleases, while the citizens may act only by permission; which is the stage of the darkest periods of human history, the stage of rule by brute force” – Ayn Rand

Sambo Dasuki and Nigeria’s Subtle Descent into Anarchy

By Jude Ndukwe “We are fast approaching the stage of the ultimate inversion: the stage where the government is free to do anything it pleases, while the citizens may act only by permission; which is the stage of the darkest periods of human history, the stage of rule by brute force” – Ayn Rand Col […]

Saraki: Will Affliction Rise a Second Time?

How fast things change? How quickly destinies turn around? In the first week of July 2018, the police had invited the Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki

Saraki: Will Affliction Rise a Second Time?

By Jude Ndukwe How fast things change? How quickly destinies turn around? In the first week of July 2018, the police had invited the Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki, for questioning over the infamous Offa Robbery. Tongues wagged, creating another round of tension in the land. Many could not understand what was happening. But then, […]

2019: Coalition as Exit Door to Tyranny, Ineptitude, Hardship and Sorrow

The sorrow in the land is becoming too palpable; the tears are flowing endlessly; hardship has become the hallmark of the nation and tyranny has become the signature of government.

2019: Coalition as Exit Door to Tyranny, Ineptitude, Hardship and Sorrow

By Jude Ndukwe The sorrow in the land is becoming too palpable; the tears are flowing endlessly; hardship has become the hallmark of the nation and tyranny has become the signature of government. Nigerians, rather than pray for a good day pray for the prevention of a bad one, everyday, as there is hardly any […]

T.Y. Danjuma: The Hypocrisy of a Chief Mourner

When on Saturday, March 24, 2018, Gen T.Y. Danjuma sent out a shrill cry to Nigerians using the exalted pedestal of the Taraba State University’s first convocation ceremony as a medium to send out his message, one could see nothing but desperation, frustration and hopelessness

T.Y. Danjuma: The Hypocrisy of a Chief Mourner

By Jude Ndukwe When on Saturday, March 24, 2018, Gen T.Y. Danjuma sent out a shrill cry to Nigerians using the exalted pedestal of the Taraba State University’s first convocation ceremony as a medium to send out his message, one could see nothing but desperation, frustration and hopelessness all over him as a result of […]

Olisa Metuh: When Justice is in Urgent Need of Surgery

It was sometime in December 2017. One of those days I decided to visit the courts to watch proceedings as a way of keeping myself inspired while I waited for an appointment in the vicinity. I walked through the doors and since I could leave at any moment for my appointment, I decided to choose the closest court near the exit door. That happened to be “Court One” of the Federal High Court, Abuja.

Olisa Metuh: When Justice is in Urgent Need of Surgery

By Jude Ndukwe It was sometime in December 2017. One of those days I decided to visit the courts to watch proceedings as a way of keeping myself inspired while I waited for an appointment in the vicinity. I walked through the doors and since I could leave at any moment for my appointment, I […]

Obasanjo’s Letter, “Third Force” and the Conspiracy against Nigerians

As 2019 approaches, there is expected to be high profile alignments and realignments in the political space of Nigeria. These alignments are usually done with the sole interests of political gladiators in mind who pretend that their political crisscrossing is for the common good of Nigeria and Nigerians.

Obasanjo’s Letter, “Third Force” and the Conspiracy against Nigerians

By Jude Ndukwe As 2019 approaches, there is expected to be high profile alignments and realignments in the political space of Nigeria. These alignments are usually done with the sole interests of political gladiators in mind who pretend that their political crisscrossing is for the common good of Nigeria and Nigerians. Experience has however shown […]

The Inhuman Side of President Buhari

The Inhuman Side of President Buhari

By Jude Ndukwe The Media and Publicity Department of the State House is currently running a documentary on major national television stations it titled “The Human Side of President Buhari”. The documentary which is meant to showcase the ‘human’ side of Buhari has eventually turned out to be nothing but a loud testimony to what […]

Before We #EndSARS…

By Jude Ndukwe There has been an ongoing campaign by some Nigerians calling for the scrapping of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, SARS, a unit in the Nigeria Police Force. This call is being ignited by a plethora of complaints against men and officers of the special unit. Such complaints range from torture, its use by […]

Okezie Ikpeazu: Is Abia on the March Again Or…? (2)

Okezie Ikpeazu: Is Abia on the March Again Or…? (2)

By Jude Ndukwe (Continued) The “Proudly Made in Aba” revolution is not exclusive to Ndi Abia alone, it is open to all Nigerians from all walks of life who want to take advantage of the business friendly environment and marketing drive the Governor has embarked on for Nigerian manufacturers of all scales including small and […]

Reno Omokri: When a Media Aide Becomes a Slave Boy

We must have heard how the former media aide to erstwhile president Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri, the self-called pastor and founder of the Mind of Chrsit Christian Centre, embarked on an ill-advised and futile attempt at lecturing the Igbo nation on diplomacy in reaction to a statement credited to Nnamdi Kanu, the IPOB leader, on president Goodluck Jonathan.

Reno Omokri: When a Media Aide Becomes a Slave Boy

By Jude Ndukwe We must have heard how the former media aide to erstwhile president Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri, the self-called pastor and founder of the Mind of Chrsit Christian Centre, embarked on an ill-advised and futile attempt at lecturing the Igbo nation on diplomacy in reaction to a statement credited to Nnamdi Kanu, the […]