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Background: For a country that has been gasping in the fumes of generators for over two decades, it has become a status symbol to be seen as being able to buy one. And since owning a generator also...
One “patriots” imploration regarding our expression of outrage was that “these things happen”, the lot, (us) should go siddon.  Siddon look and concede to a calculable...
Like every Deltan, I followed the re-run elections of 6th October very closely. I did this for two main reasons; the first of this is because I am from that state and secondly because I wanted to see...
In any situation or institution as the Jonathan Goodluck statecraft where impunity and dire dread is the currency of doing business, emasculation of Media and citizens’ suffrage is menaced with...
As past or present players in the Nigerian leadership on matters of national freedom and expression, and the need to erect the freedom of movement, speech, or expression in a young democracy like...
On Saturday, January 8, 2011, officers of the Nigerian State Security Service (SSS) briefly detained Okey Ndibe, a columnist and professor who is also a member of our editorial team, upon his arrival...
The carcass of Nigeria floats along River Benue banks, Wherefore rejoice
Under normal circumstances, we rejoice over the baptism of our brethren.  We jump and reach for the heavens when it happens.  I apologize ahead to our Muslim brethren, but our happiness...
For many a Nigerian, the Jonathan regime, just like the one which gave birth to it, that is the previous Obasanjo tyranny, does behave like a terrorist entity. The current blood-soaked PDP primaries...
No doubt, Ibadan occupies an indelible position in the politics of the old Westen region as it has in the current Oyo state. A city that splashes rust and gold, was the seat of government of the old...
After dedicating invaluable man-hours to thinking through the failed empire that Nigeria has become, in light of recent bombings in Jos and Abuja, unspeakable violence against adherents of certain...
Of late the only news we read about Jos, Central Nigeria is of crisis, sectarian violence, Christian versus Muslim violence, indigene against settler violence, of ethnic centred cattle rustling and...