OPINION: How Nnamdi Kanu fell from ‘grace’

When Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), started hitting the airwaves and heating up the Nigerian polity with the London-based Radio Biafra, a platform through which he released his hate speeches […]

So restructuring died in Nigeria’s Senate!

It is indeed gratifying to note that it was in the hallowed chambers of the Senate of the Federal Republic the Nigerian army gave us that the people’s clamour for restructuring suffered terrible reverses last […]

Boko Haram As A Metaphor

It is no longer news that an extremist Islamic militant group rose against the authorities in some states in the North two weeks ago and would have left more destruction in its rampaging outing but […]

The many ‘wrongs’ of Ajimobi

There is no doubting the fact that an average citizen of Oyo State is politically sophisticated, highly intelligent and sagacious. They don’t suffer fools gladly and they call a spade by its name without minding […]

Buhari, just come back home

Whether President Muhammadu Buhari has been irrevocably hobbled by ill health or he is sound in body and mind and prancing around in the Abuja House in London is a puzzle that would not be […]

And they killed the Nigeria Airways

On May 1, 1959, the Nigeria Airways Limited was inaugurated during the tenure of Chief Samuel Ladoke Akintola as Minister of Aviation giving Nigeria its fledging national airline. Chief Raymond Amanze. A. Njoku succeeded Chief […]

The Biafran bluff

To many Nigerians, there is nothing wrong with the notice to Igbo to leave the north before October 1, 2017. Instead of castigating the northern youth who issued this quit notice as trouble makers as […]

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