Kenneth Gbandi: The man who does not want Abike Dabiri’s head
Our attention has been drawn to an article titled: Kenneth Gbandi: The man who wants Abike Dabiri’s head, written by one Omogbolahan Babs and published on the Opinion page of May 15, 2020 edition of The Guardian. Ordinarily, one would have ignored the vituperation and infantile outburst of that hack writer, but for the many…
Kenneth Gbandi: The man who wants Abíké Dábírí’s head
He is a Germany-based self-acclaimed head of the Nigerian In Diaspora Organization, Europe (NIDOE) who has been its Germany’s chairman since forever until he crystallized
Nigerian Government Says Lil Wayne Is Welcome To Visit Nigeria
The Nigerian government has constantly shown how interested they are in having people from other countries visit the country. The chairman of Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, Abike Dabiri, has further proven this in a recent tweet where she wrote that Lil Wayne is welcome to visit Nigeria anytime he wants in reaction to the video released…
Don’t blame Nigerians for mourning Kobe Bryant - Part 3
In United States of America, (forget the knife incidents in UK which now give sleepless nights), every citizen is accounted for. Kobe Bryant’s death would trend for a while, we would continue to read of it
Nigeria: How not to throw citizens under the bus
Back in the days when Roman legions marched across the earth and imposed the will of the Emperor on one and all, a concept emerged, first mooted by the prolific consul, Cicero. The concept was simple, "Civis Romanus sum." That means, "I am a Roman citizen." Cicero didn't live to see Rome become an empire,…
Buhari lauds Nigerians’ conduct in Poland, despite hostilities
President Muhammadu Buhari has hailed the resilience of Nigerians in Poland, despite the hostilities against them.He said their good conduct has made it possible for them to maintain good relationship with their host communities.
To choose being British is not to slight Nigeria
Last month, after the UK General Elections, Abike Dabiri, the Nigerian Special Assistant for Diaspora Affairs, sent a letter of congratulations to seven newly-elected British Members of Parliament of Nigerian descent.
Malaise of senseless migrations
To deal with it, we must know why governments have become useless to citizens, to the extent that red light districts of Europe have become more attractive to young school leavers than the beautiful lawns of our campuses.
Abike Dabiri sues bank, newspaper over debtor list
Former House of Representatives member and a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Abike Dabiri-Erewa has sued Diamond Bank and Punch Newspaper for unspecified damages after her name was published by the newspaper on the bank's chronic debtor list.