24 May 2016
Truth is bitter, as the saying goes. The truth is, the Creator made man in his image without distinction. They were no majority and minority.
23 May 2016
This is so sad. Poor Nigeria! Poor people! Providing subsidy is nothing new, it is not a will-o’-the- wisp especially to a suffering people who have yet to cross the Jordan.
20 May 2016
It is a fact that man runs mad after having too much dose from the gourd of power. Oh how wonderful it would be if he only runs mad. But no! He also runs ...
19 May 2016
The essence of this article is to address the lack of insensitivity suffered by the expectant and nursing women in our society from three fronts.
17 May 2016
The deadly dimension the ongoing onslaught by the Fulani herdsmen in the country calls for an urgent attention before it gets out of hand. Over the years ...
14 May 2016
Nigerians have a saying, "Soup wey sweet, na better money kill am". In literal terms, when good money is spent, the soup becomes more tasteful.
13 May 2016
Nigeria, place of pride, the giant of Africa, a land flowing with milk and honey, a corrupt nation. A nation where excellence is based on performance as seen in a result and not necessarily based on what one has upstairs.
12 May 2016
“The budget is intended to signpost a renewal of our commitment to restoring the budget as a serious article of faith with the Nigerian people… Through the 2016 budget, aptly titled ‘Budget of Change,’
11 May 2016
As a nation, we have never been more aware of the power we wield as a people. As its people, we have never been more aware of the great dispensational change that has come.
9 May 2016
Put aptly, is such a nation or people endowed with more of virtues or stuck with unrelenting vices and how does power really operate...a deadening, killing opium or an alluring aphrodisiac?
6 May 2016
A few weeks ago, I witnessed a terrible flight delay on my way to Abuja. The delay was so much that three or four scheduled flights were either cancelled or merged.
3 May 2016
“I am a landlord,” he told me with pride. The trouble is, his mother is still alive - but he lays claim to the estate of his dead father, possibly looking beyond the mother when she, someday, meets her eternal reward.