Monday, December 11, 2017
Nigeria

Nigerians Must Know The Truth And It Will Set Us Free… By Emmanuel Ewere...

The Ibgos want Biafra; the North, likewise Yorubas wants Igbo's exit- the Ibgos are saying "we have investments in your areas and cannot leave them". So the fight is brewing. In the midst of all...
Africa

Rich Africa, Poor People

Africa is poor, but we can try to help its people. It's a simple statement, repeated through a thousand images, newspaper stories and charity appeals each year, so that it takes on the weight of...

Weak President Vs. Barbarian Senators By Bayo Oluwasanmi

The political landscape in the senate is littered with dubious merchandising acts by terrifyingly corrupt and unrepentant pimping senators. I feel helpless not to mock or inveigh the parade of buffoonery that has become daily...

Federalism, concept and true meaning

Noting the problems of allocating powers correctly, Madison supported placing some authority with member units since they would be best fit to address “local circumstances and lesser interests” otherwise neglected by the centre. Madison and Hamilton urged centralised...

Derek Walcott Embarks On the Eternal Sea, By Wole Soyinka

"It is no partisan or excess zeal that prompts me, at every opportunity, to claim Derek Walcott as one of the greatest poets, in any language or culture, of the twentieth century". Derek Walcott was...

The last road to Golgotha!

As well as being a lucky man Nigeria’s former president, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, is truly an incredible character! Here’s a man whose political profile received a boost after he caught the attention of his...

That Moment When ‘Silence’ Cease Being Golden

"First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out— Because I was not a Socialist. Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out— Because I was not...

Childs Right To Education And Freedom Of Religion: Two Constitutional Rights At Odds With...

In the modern concept of rights which is quite different from philosophy, human rights today are those rules contained in instruments like International Bill of Rights, Convention on the Rights of the Child and...

Defections and spectre of one-party state

IT will take more defections than the country has witnessed to shake the National Assembly to its foundations. But clearly, Nigeria’s democratic edifice is not as steady as many democrats would have liked it...

A Pregnant Absence – Austin O. Inyang

When Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari departed the country in late January 2017, no mention was made in official quarters about his state of health, only an assurance that he was traveling for a short...

Yar’Ádua and Buhari: Between ill-health and power vacuum

Against the backdrop of intense speculations surrounding the 10-day vacation of President Muhammadu Buhari to the United Kingdom and the repeated assurances by presidential aides and other government officials that all was well with...

Reviving the education system in Nigeria – Seth Nwogu

The importance of education anywhere in the world can never be overemphasized. It is a well known fact that the system of education in Nigerian is in a very bad shape today. One pointer...

Buhari: Between Hoover and Roosevelt

As America swears in its 45th president (a man big on promises and bravado but very vague on details or clear strategy) amidst national and global uncertainty, I am tempted to reflect on the...

The truth behind Reigners Bible Church International building collapse

The collapse of Reigners Bible Church International building which claimed up to 160 lives in Uyo the capital of Akwa - Ibom State over the weekend is believed to be as a result of...

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