Some of the major challenges bedevilling the electoral process in Nigeria, and thus abbreviating the integrity of democracy in the country include over the years: lack of access to polling units, the location of polling units in problematic parts, overcrowding, … Read the rest
I have been privileged to interview quite a number of world leaders in the course of my journalism career. These include President Olusegun Obasanjo, President Ketumile Masire of Botswana, President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua, Commonwealth Secretary General Shridath Ramphal, UN Secretary … Read the rest
Nigeria’s former President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, had warned those agitating for the disintegration of the country to shun the idea in the overall interest of all.
He noted that the country and its people would be better for it if … Read the rest
Fellow Nigerians, if I had any iota of hope or expectation left in me that our President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retired) has any chance of pulling some productive stunts in the less than two years to complete his second … Read the rest
I find it baffling that responsible Nigerian leaders including President Muhammadu Buhari appear to be losing sleep over the possibility of another war breaking out in the country.
Some of them have postulated rightly that no country can survive two … Read the rest
By Yusuf Mohammed
As far as reality TV shows in Africa are concerned, like it or not, nothing comes close to Big Brother Naija. There are many television moments that may never be forgotten. In music for instance, Michael … Read the rest
“Omo, I see you are still on Twitter. How you dey take do am? Come and teach your brother…”
“Eishhh, Ishhh…Will you keep quiet?”
“But I noticed you tweeted something not long ago, despite the suspension of Twitter operations in … Read the rest
Mr T.B. Joshua, founder of SCOAN, died few days to his 58th birthday.
The Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) has issued the statement below to confirm the passage of its founder, the popular Prophet T.B. Joshua.
Born June … Read the rest
Kindly permit me to start this article with a footnote. I run a medium-size media company that publishes an online newspaper. We provide employment for roughly 40 young Nigerians. We do not receive government subvention or subsidy. Rather, we constantly … Read the rest
FEARS of “Fulani domination” have endured since Nigeria’s founding but, more than ever before, there is now an insanely unhealthy obsession with the Fulani in Nigeria’s South. The Fulani are not just routinely reviled with genocidal rhetorical venom, all manner … Read the rest