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The Assassins in Police Uniform

That those saddled with the responsibility of protecting Nigerians are beginning to behave like assassins is a troubling challenge the Acting Inspector General of...

Beyond the Banditry in Zamfara

Following a civil protest spearheaded by respected journalist, Ms Kadaria Ahmed, over the violence and lawlessness that now define Zamfara, the federal government last...

A Worthy Example in Leadership

Two years ago, following the convocation ceremony of a private university where 188 students graduated with first class degrees, there was an online discussion...

Pius Adebola Adesanmi (1972 – 2019)

Fading away like the stars of the morning, Losing their light in the glorious sun- Thus would we pass from the earth and its toiling, Only remembered...

The State of the 36 States!

Only lunacy can explain how with the two leading presidential candidates being from the north, all the violence and brigandage occurred in the south....

The Faces of War at Dalori Camp

Seated on a mat with their needles and threads, weaving embroideries on northern caps in production, the four young men appeared as if they...

Jungle Justice for Chief Justice?

With the main opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) latching on to the trial of Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Walter Onnoghen to make all...

Should Buhari Get Four Plus Four?

Incumbent presidential elections are usually framed as a referendum on stewardship. But where the opposition is either weak or running a less than coordinated...

Atiku, Buhari and the Prophecies

As it is common with this season, we have in the past two days been treated to a deluge of prophecies from religious clerics...

The Embedded Lessons in Chief Daddy

  The Embedded Lessons in Chief Daddy There is a way in which one can see a parody of Nigeria in the movie, ‘Chief Daddy’: the...