Buhari And The Child That Was Set Ablaze

A boy, less than 10 years, was set ablaze in Lagos – causing an uproar and condemnation at home and abroad. Yet, President Muhammadu Buhari is silent on this gut-wrenching and barbaric incident. Dead silent! […]

Trump and America’s funny business

Just last Tuesday, the Greek Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras made a confession. He did not know much about Donald Trump before he entered the race for the primary that produced him as the Republican presidential […]

On Garba Shehu’s Latest Lie… 

Yesterday, a spokesman to the President told the media that we are the “largest producers of grain in Africa.” He also went on to say that our “surplus is being targeted by a huge global […]

Saving the armed children of Borno

by Mustapha Alhassan, Emmanuel Bosah, Ahmad Jumare, Ashraf Usman, and Faisal Wando History has shown us that over time, children have been extensively involved in military campaigns. In times of turmoil children represent one of […]

Lessons from Trump

One major lesson that should be learnt from the Trump’s win in the just concluded 2016 presidential election is that no person on this plane has the power to control the world. The forces that […]

Nigerians and the allure of crime

“The darkest hour in any man’s life is when he sits down to plan how to get money without earning it” – Horace Greeley As I write this, a foxy Nigerian youth is glued to […]

The moment for statesmanship by Mr. President

It is often said that statesmen or women emerge to shape history in circumstances that they neither anticipated nor promised, but have managed better than other leaders would. President Muhammadu Buhari has now been thrusted […]

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