As if the COVID-19 pandemic has not done enough damage to humanity, the discovery of the Omicron variant has thrown more challenges in the way for humanity.
The reported willingness of the Federal Government to consider options other than the court to resolve the matter between the authorities on the one hand, and Chief Sunday Adeyemo Igboho and Mazi Nnamdi Kanu on the other, is worthy of being explored.
The rejection by the Lagos State Government of a critical aspect of the report of the judicial panel of inquiry that investigated the #EndSARS protest, and the shooting incident at the Lekki Tollgate ..
Rancorous debates over the continued relevance of Gernot Rohr as coach to the Super Eagles, Nigeria’s national football team, reminisce decades of cock-ups and maladministration of the beautiful game in Nigeria.
The Customs and Excise Department, no doubt is significant in implementing government’s export and import policies; and thereby generating revenue for the Federal Government
The consequences of the skewed nature of the Nigerian state are boundless. One fundamental area in this regard is the undermining if not ossification of indigenous languages, especially that of the minorities.
The seemingly uncontrolled proliferation of military-like outfits in the country is worrisome, and may worsen the scourge of insecurity pervading Nigeria.
The Lagos State Government can do a lot more than it is presently doing to harness the state’s resources with a view to improving the conditions of living of people in the state. Nevertheless, it is undeniable, and indeed overdue...
For all the gains that the Presidential Steering Committee on COVID-19 has achieved by mounting safety guidelines against the coronavirus pandemic, its reluctance to policy review is unscientific
The death of Nigerian citizen, Itunu Babalola in prison in Cote D’Ivoire on November 16, 2021, raises more questions on the wholesomeness of the conduct of law enforcement agents in Cote D’Ivoire; as well as the preparedness of Nigerian government...
A price increase of about 30 per cent announced lately on electricity meters countrywide is not the best thing that can happen to the power sector which is already characterised by inefficiency