Sir: It was once said that Civics was the new subject proposed to replace Christian Religious Knowledge (CRK) and Islamic Religious Knowledge (IRK) in Nigeria’s primary and secondary schools.
Nigeria is Islamised and Christianised
Sir: The Sultan of Sokoto, Muhammad Saa’d Abubakar III, was quoted as saying that “nobody can Islamise Nigeria”. Is Nigeria not Islamized from Hausa land to Lagos? Which part of Nigeria has not been Islamisaed and Christianised? Christian and Islamic propagandists demonised African Traditional Religion (ATR) and culture. And now adherents of Christianity and Islam…
Morolake Akinosun: A Nigerian hero
Morolake Akinosun is a Nigerian-American, whose parents are surely among the Nigerians in the Diaspora contributing immensely to the socioeconomic development of the United States.
PDP gladiators and imaginary enemies
Nigerians can attest to the fact that the supposed leading opposition party PDP has not been living up to the expectations of the people. People are of the opinion that President Buhari is using the state instruments to torment...
2016 Nigeria Diaspora Day, a big shame!
Unlike in 2015, when Vice President Yemi Osinbajo represented the President, none of them was at the 2016 Diaspora conference which had as its theme: “Harnessing the Potentials of the Diaspora for National Development.’’
40th anniversary of FESTAC
Sir: Thirty-nine years ago, Nigeria hosted the Second World Black and African Festival of Arts and Culture (FESTAC’77) in 1977. The festival covered dance, drama, exhibition, boat regatta, durbar and colloquium.
Nigeria is exactly like the movie. Nigerian lawmakers behave like cannibal dinosaurs who devour Nigerians and fellow legislators. Every month they fight each other in the various assemblies. What a shameless bunch of rogues!
Re: Paying lip service to made-in-Nigeria products
It amounts to paying lip service to made-in-Nigeria products and industrialisation with its beneficial linkages, lifting the masses from poverty and rapid national development when the Federal Government...
Service delivery in Nigeria: A prognosis
Sir: Undoubtedly, Nigeria still suffers from abysmal service delivery, despite the numerous resources at her disposal, several reforms and; other policy initiatives formulated to address the issue.