The destiny of stolen funds
The EFCC has a lot of job to do. One thing is to uncover the funds but another thing is to diligently prosecute the culprits. A situation where the owners of uncovered funds are not traceable as no one owns up including the building where the money is found is ridiculous.
A couple and three widows
It was an eclectic collection of young Nigerians, 23-36 years, making a pitch for fame and fortune. They spent all of 11 weeks in an enclosure they had no control over, no phones, no radio, no television, no internet.
Can northern Nigeria be home for all?
The late Sir Ahmadu Bello, Sardauna Sokoto and first premier of the defunct Northern Region will turn in his grave at the damage his descendants have done to his legacy in the region he once presided over.
Remembering ‘penkelemesi’Adegoke Adelabu
On March 25, 1958, one of Nigeria’s irrepressible nationalists, politician, orator and mass mobiliser, Alhaji Adegoke Adelabu, alias ‘Penkelemesi’ died in a car accident in Ogere Remo area on the old Lagos-Ibadan Road, of the defunct Western Region of Nigeria.
Nigeria’s perilous and trying times
Having contested the presidential poll four times before clinching the Presidential diadem, President Buhari ought to be very familiar with Nigeria’s hydra-healed and multi-various national problems.
Ango Abdullahi and rotational presidency
Sometimes the preferred candidates aren’t the qualified candidates. President Muhammadu Buhari became president owing to his strength of character, not because he is a place-holder, ideologue or lucky.
Leadership and management lessons from Jesus
In this season of recession when deception has become a powerful tool of preventing depression, it will be relevant to share some sound leadership and management...
Courage that inspires
During this last week, a couple of memorable events took place which may prove to be catalytic in transforming the thinking and behaviours of Nigerians especially regarding nation building.