What is wrong with Nigeria
The title of this piece is not a question. It is an attempt to push the boundaries by which we have messed things up so badly, with the hope that perhaps, they might give us an inkling into better ways to start the odious task of rebuilding before total disintegration.
A timely intervention
Addressing the traditional rulers, Osinbajo said: “You are, by virtue of your vast knowledge, wisdom and experience, both a vital link with our past, and an important guarantee for the success of our future.
Goodbye, Abubakar Momoh
Momoh was one of those who I consulted as I made that decision to run for elective office. His advice was consistent and his support for some of us was encouraging as we made that crucial decision to also get involved in the corridors of power.
Tales from the states
All these state governors who do not understand that the essence of government is to positively impact the citizens are talking about 2019 when they have failed to use the opportunity they have today.
Outsourcing: The source of modern day slavery
Since creation the callous exploitation of man by those who own the means of production has continued in various forms and degrees. In the same vein, the struggle for the emancipation of the workers has continued unceasingly...
Buhari’s unimpressive mid-term score card
We open with one of Aesop’s many insightful fables which epigrammatically depicts our collective dilemma. A cowherd who was pasturing a herd of cattle lost a calf. He looked everywhere for it in the vicinity but could not find it.
The kidnapper is nearer to you than he appears
Olapade Ojo-Odide has been missing since April 24, 2017. Ojo-Odide was driving alone in his car on Elele Road, Port-Harcourt, Rivers State, when he was accosted by some hoodlums along the way.
We have failed our founding fathers
Lest we forget, once upon a time, precisely on August 13, 1947, a group of Nigerian patriots was at the London Office of the British Colonial Secretary, Arthur Creech-Jones to demand for the country’s political independence.