For a country ravaged by senseless killings of innocent citizens by terrorists, bandits and kidnappers, it is pathetic and totally unwholesome that some Nigerians have decided to embark on exterminating people they call witches.
The award of a N48 billion-a-year contract to protect pipelines bearing petroleum products to a former Niger Delta militant, Government Ekpemupolo (a.k.a. Tompolo) may be convenient for the Federal Government...
Ostensibly raising an alarm over the congestion of the correctional centres in Lagos State, the Lagos State Command of the Nigerian Correctional Service (NCOs) recently
The controversies surrounding the effectiveness of the various funds for the revival of the country’s textile industry are not new, having been raging for some time.
Understandably, the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the British longest reigning sovereign whose funeral is being concluded today, has attracted mixed reactions.
The fourteen-year-old stowaway boy found in an aircraft at the Ikeja Airport in Lagos is symptomatic of the frustration of the Nigerian youth with a system that has failed them serially.
Reputed as one of the most successful artists to have emerged from West Africa, nay Africa in the 20th century, Bruce Obomeyoma Onobrakpeya is not only the grand father of modern Nigerian art, he is also widely regarded as ‘‘the pride of all Nigerians.
The Right Reverend Dr. Matthew Hassan Kukah, outspoken, courageous public intellectual and Catholic Bishop of Sokoto, who turned 70 recently, is a patriot and statesman of no mean stature.
Complaints surrounding the president’s nomination of Resident Electoral Commissioners (RECs) of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) are sufficiently potent
The recent meetings in faraway London by Nigerian former, sitting, and aspiring ‘leaders’ to, ostensibly, ‘‘discuss Nigeria’’ is disgraceful and so indefensibly self-demeaning it should never have happened.
Hints by the Federal Government that it might reconsider its position on the ‘‘no-work-no-pay’’ policy against aggrieved university teachers surely raises some hope of resolving the lingering impasse between the two bodies.