Still wondering why foreign media cannot resist the temptation of looking at the dustbin anytime they want to describe Nigeria.In an article title, “Savaged by Boko Haram,” published September 30, 2016, the New York Times...
Adebanjo’s words on marble
Chief Ayo Adebanjo (Pa Adebanjo), a chieftain of Afenifere, and one of the quartets called Ijebu mafia, along with Chief Abraham Adesanya, Pa Solanke Onasanya, and Pa Olaniwun Ajayi, in those days.
Defeat of Lagos special status bill; A collateral damage:
The National Assembly again made a show of its prebendal narrow-mindedness in shooting down a bill aimed at giving Lagos state a special status as a former nation’s capital.
Borders of sanity
Sir: Twice I met him in the canteen opposite the religious home where I venerate the Almighty Creator. One of those times, he asked me to buy him a meal.
An open letter to Jos Electricity Distribution Plc
We are writing this with the hope that the management of Jos Electricity Distribution Plc, in charge of electricity supply in Makurdi, Benue State, will act quickly before things get out of hand.
CST bill and the telecoms industry
Sir: Just as the Federal Government recently disclosed that Nigeria is in an economic recession, reports have it that 60 million phones have become inactive in the last three months.
Dasuki’s case appears suspicious and vindictive
Sir, please let me express my views on the controversial court case of Col. Sambo Dasuki rtd, former NSA.I cannot defend Col Sambo Dasuki, his lawyers will do that over the allegations of abuse of office and looting!
Sale of Nigeria’s assets
The recent heated debate on the sale of government assets or as they say “national treasures” is very unfortunate. Like most national debates in Nigeria, it is based on sentiments and perception rather than accurate facts and the underlying numbers.
The need for a united Nigeria at 56 and beyond
Recently, there have been strident calls from some quarters for a break-up of Nigeria as we know it, based on perceived injustices to some sections of our dear country. But, is Nigeria’s disintegration the solution to our problems?