OPINION | Now that Nigerianism has failed

Last week, the movement for the restructuring of Nigeria got more converts from an unlikely quarter. Some 16 youth groups in the North rose from a meeting late on Tuesday to declare the unwillingness of […]

OPINION | Agriculture and the 8th Senate

At the inception of the 8th National Assembly in 2015, one of the principal focus of the Nigerian Senate was to divest Nigeria’s economy from oil dependency to a non-oil export as a major revenue […]

BUKOLA SARAKI | A case too long in court

The Yoruba people say that even fights, employed by people to emphasise their posture, gets tired at some point. It is usually at that moment that you see parties making rapprochement on how to settle […]

OPINION | Akeredolu: 100 days and beyond

ABOUT 100 days ago, Ondo State moved on to a new and exciting chapter of its chequered history when Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu (SAN) was inaugurated as the 6th civilian governor of the South-West Nigerian State.With a […]

OPINION | Time to let ‘Biafra’ go

The rekindled fight for Biafra as led by Nnamdi Kanu under the umbrella of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) launched in 2012 and started by Ralph Uwazuruike’s Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign […]

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