A new role for Magu

In a democratic government that is marked by the absence of an autocratic pecking order that harks back to the days of medieval despots, conflicts among the key players in the political space are inevitable. […]

PDP’s baptism of fire

Were the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) a smallholder entity or family business that is not well entrenched and has capacity to defend itself, it would have ended in a receivership, where new owners who were […]

Saraki is not from Kwara – Abdulrazak

Alhaji AbdulGaniy Folorunsho Abdulrazak, a former Nigerian Ambassador to Cote d’Ivoire, claims to have met the father of Dr. Olusola Saraki in Abidjan in the sixties. In this interview with BAMIDELE JOHNSON, he tells the […]

Will Nigeria survive Biafra?

In real life, people are told that quitters never win and winners never quit. That aphorism has proven true at the level of individual entrepreneurship and endeavour. Most people have often found out to their […]

The Nnamdi Kanu Phenomenon By Reuben Abati

The most discussed subject in Nigeria today is what is called “restructuring” and indeed so popular is this subject that it has attracted the attention of roadside commentators, the bright, the not-so-bright, the mischievous and […]

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