Group asks Buhari to extend audit of recovered loot to all past governments
The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP), yesterday urged President Muhammadu Buhari to extend the audit of recovered loot...
Obasanjo seeks Thailand’s support for agric sector
Former President, Olusegun Obasanjo has solicited the support of the Thailand government in the country’s quest to boost its agricultural sector. Obasanjo hinted that as part of moves to attain food sufficiency, the President Muhammadu Buhari administration was planning to introduce 2,000 tractors to boost mechanised farming in the country. He made this request at…
Obasanjo condemns resurgence of slavery in Africa
Former President Olusegun Obasanjo on Thursday, condemned the resurgence of slavery in some parts of Africa, saying that the development was worrisome. Speaking at the 2017 Annual Conference of the Comptroller General of Immigration held at the MITROS Residences in Abeokuta, Obasanjo said that slave trade in the 21st century should be condemned in the…
Perish the toll gates idea
No one can really understand why successive governments in Nigeria chose to impoverish their people and make life and living extremely difficult for all.
Senate probes reinstatement of police officer indicted in Apo killing
The Senate yesterday resolved to investigate the recent reinstatement of a deputy police commissioner, Mr. Danjuma Ibrahim, who was indicted...
Buhari and Atiku: What counts most in 2019
It is becoming apparent that Abubakar Atiku’s defection from the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, is not good riddance to bad rubbish after all.
Retreating from change: Atiku in suspended animation
Would 2019 be Atiku Abubakar’s own moment to crown a cycle of Presidential trials? That should remain in the realms of conjecture; it was the dominant impression...
Afenifere: Rekindling traditional unity for political purpose
Happenings within the Southwest geopolitical zone in recent times leave the impression that the Yoruba ethnic stock does not forget the traditional threads that bind them as a people.