Category: Opinion

Aig-Imoukhuede and the Initiative for Public Governance

By Reuben Abati   A week ago, I stumbled on an article titled “Africa and the burden of Leadership” (The Guardian, Nov. 7),…

3 days ago

Rigging: Nigeria battles old foe in 2019 elections

By Dulue Mbachu As Nigeria heads toward general elections in February, it’s in a race to stamp out the bane of…

4 days ago

Kogi East Senate: A two-horse race

By Ibrahim Isah Online and offline, discussions on the forthcoming Senatorial contest in Kogi East have revolved around two economists…

1 week ago

El-Rufai: Tampering with the political norm in choice of running mate

By Mustapha Makarfi Since the country ventured into democracy in 1999, Kaduna State has never had a Muslim-Muslim governorship ticket. It…

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As Sen. Attai Aidoko woos Kogi East elders with cash gifts, SDG contracts

By Ibrahim Isah After the court verdict of October 24, 2018 which seemingly asked Senator Attai Aidoko to vacate the…

2 weeks ago

Shiites are like Buhari’s followers

By Abimbola Adelakun The explanation for the violence being meted out to the Shiites in recent days suggests that the…

2 weeks ago

Gov. Ugwuanyi’s show of strength in selfless service

By Louis Amoke The Enugu State Governor, Rt. Hon. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, as usual featured prominently in the news in the…

2 weeks ago

Overpopulation still a major challenge to Nigeria, Africa – Dr. Appiah

Over population remains a major challenge to Africa and it’s peoples due to poor policies and implementation of family planning…

2 weeks ago

Gov. Ugwuanyi’s show of strength in selfless service

By Louis Amoke The Enugu State Governor, Rt. Hon. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, as usual featured prominently in the news in the…

2 weeks ago

For Fashola: Stop slandering Dr. Jonathan, focus on helping your boss look for his WAEC certificate

By Reno Omokri I am surprised that rather than help his principal, Muhammadu Buhari, look for his invisible school certificate,…

3 weeks ago