Some of my friends make fun of me by calling me “The Lord Lugard of MTN” because of my loyalty to the network from the very beginning. Like every other Nigerian, I have had my problems with the network but I never thought of porting, as they say.
General Olanrewaju wants pardon
Sir: Of all the people arrested and found guilty of General Oladipo Diya led-coup plot in December 1997 under late General Sani Abacha, only three have not been given Presidential pardon.
PDP and its primitive style
Sir: Again, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has demonstrated its lack of capacity to appreciate the new direction the Governor Godwin Obaseki-led administration...
Buhari is a warrior President
When I was told that some northern leaders are “plotting against Buhari” (Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari ), I replied that it shouldn’t be only northern leaders who should be plotting against him, but anybody who desires peace and progress of Nigeria should do so..
Of legislative practices in Lagos councils
Sir: Of course, Lagos is known and respected for scoring many firsts in policies, laws and ideas for the betterment of its citizens.
Who is Afraid of Amosun ?
Ever since the attentive world rose to its feet to applaud Governor Ibikunle Amosun’s virtuoso performance in six years in office, the dogs of war seem to have been let loose and they are baying for his innocent blood.
Senate 2019: The search for excellence is on!
History beckons! Aside being a welcome feather to a colourful cap, a senatorial ticket for Ashiru in 2019 provides him another opportunity to do more for Kwara south.
Aisha as the mirror in chief
Sir: Nothing can be as good as having a spouse that doubles as your best critic as it gives you the best mirror you can ever have of yourself.
Suicide threat is not a joke!
Sir: “Why is life so complicated?” was the brief suicide note of the bravest 17 year old I’ve ever met who was almost successful in his second suicide attempt.
Before Aso Rock falls
Sir: As it stands now, there is only one thing holding the government of President Muhammadu Buhari together: the Nigerian Constitution which stipulates a term of four years.