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Atiku, Obasanjo and the Road Ahead

There are several lessons to learn from the political feud between former President Olusegun Obasanjo and his erstwhile deputy, former Vice President Atiku Abubakar...

Osun and the 3,498 ‘Super Delegates’

At the end, the decision as to who becomes the next Governor of Osun is left in the hands of 3,498 voters in just...

Coca-Cola to Host Three-city Golf Tourney for Customers

As part of its global Customer Appreciation Week, beverage giants Coca-Cola Nigeria, will host the second edition of its annual customer appreciation golf tournament,...

‘Let’s Kill All their Men…’

As I was taken through the different classrooms that have become a temporary shelter for hundreds of men, women and children, I could not...

The Criminals in Police Uniform

There is a video circulating on WhatsApp that calls to question the integrity of the Nigeria Police Force and highlights the challenge of national...

June 12: A Complicated Story

A day after I joined THISDAY from Concord Press in February 1999 as deputy editor of The Sunday newspaper, I was directed to proceed...

2019 and the Ibadan Conversation

At the invitation of Dr Tunji Olaopa, I was at the Ibadan School of Government and Public Policy (ISGPP) last Thursday for what turned...

Dino Melaye and Democracy in Nigeria

In September 2004, the then Governor of Plateau State, Mr. Joshua Dariye was arrested in London by officers of the Metropolitan Police on allegations...

Adeosun, Gwarzo and Matters Arising

Apparently in the desperation to get rid of someone who had become a problem for their boss, the media handlers of the Minister of...

Zimbabwe and the African Tragedy

There is a temptation to hail the outcome of the ‘military coup’ in Zimbabwe that eventually led to the ouster of President Robert Mugabe...