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Ahmadu Bello

15 Jul
Kaduna used to be the seat of power for the former Northern Region. That was the capital from where Sir Ahmadu Bello ruled the region for more than 10 years.
6 Jul
As things stand today, the socio-political health of the country is a legitimate cause for grave concern because unlike previous crises that we had somehow managed to circumnavigate, the unprecedented insecurity....
30 May
Kaduna State Governor, Nasir el-Rufai, yesterday, lamented that 60 years after the death of Premier of Northern Region, Sardauna of Sokoto, Sir Ahmadu Bello, the North was yet to produce quality leaders that could pilot its affairs.
25 Mar
Ilorin, the capital of Kwara State, is a Yoruba city. It is now in the throes of a self-inflicted crisis caused by the hijab, the head covering favoured by Muslim laity for their women folks. It is also loved by some Christians, especially the Catholics. It originated from the Middle-East where women are subjected to…
23 Feb
Nigeria is a country living in denial of its division, challenges and troubled chequered history. Anybody who lays claim to the fact that the country is one is living in illusion or outrightly delusional
4 Feb
One of the most contentious question of the 1958 Manchester House Nigerian Constitutional Conference in London was whether Nigeria was worth keeping at all.
27 Nov 2020
Three weeks or so ago as of this writing, the leading political lights in northern Nigeria - state governors, federal and state legislators, ministers and a host of very important people – met in the old regional capital, Kaduna. I perked up my ears. I thought that a minor miracle had happened and these important…
4 Oct 2020
A chieftain of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in Lagos State, Otunba Segun Adewale, has revealed that godfatherism, tribalism are the bane of Nigeria’s developments despite its huge human and natural resources.
14 Sep 2020
President Muhammadu Buhari, at the weekend, said his administration was not ready to reopen the borders for now, urging Nigerians to consume what is produced locally.
3 Jul 2020
I refer to the opinion article with the title ‘the giant north weeps’ by Dan Agbese in the Guardian of June 19, 2020. The piece was insightful. All of his texts on this medium are apt including the works of other grandmasters.
13 Jan 2020
Following my State of the Nation address on Sunday, January 5, 2020, I am constrained to make some brief clarifications due to the unrecognisable reconstruction of my utterances
29 Jul 2019
I believe the more we understand one another, the more we will reduce the chances of war or terrorism and of man’s violence against man’ -Hiebert (1988) Each passing...


8 mins ago
Well, I will answer for myself. Let me start by saying that you know, when people do not understand something that is about to be introduced, they tend to run with some ideas that are not predicated on facts; they are likely to make a lot of mistakes.
9 mins ago
Chartered Institute of Personnel Management (CIPM) has tasked employers to adopt remote technology, virtual reality, artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain, crypto currency and NFTs to manage their employees in order to fit work space.
11 mins ago
Earlier this month, precisely on November 1, Nigeria’s electricity privatisation clocked eight years. In 2013 when the power sector was privatised, expectations were that the existing eight million consumers connected to the grid...
12 mins ago
Nigeria music superstars and self-proclaimed besties, Tiwa Savage and Wizkid are set to headline two concerts slated for December 17 and 19, 2021 respectively, during the Livespot X Festival.
17 mins ago
All roads will lead to the Eko Hotels and Suites, Victora Island, next Saturday, for the second edition of Muyiwa Otedola’s 10 Dollar Show.