Chief Obafemi Awolowo.
The Ohanaeze Ndigbo, yesterday, chided President Muhammadu Buhari’s spokesman, Femi Adesina, over his claim that Buhari could be compared with the late Chief Nnamdi Azikiwe and Chief Obafemi Awolowo.
Pastor Tunde Bakare, yesterday, downplayed the confrontation between the northern and the southern parts of the country over the 2023 presidency, saying it was needless.
Sixty-one years after independence, stakeholders have said the media industry has lived up to expectation by holding public office holders accountable.
The chronicle of Nigeria as the most populous country in Africa has been such that it falls in and out of an unsteady situation and comes out alive. Even with its mammoth prospect, years after gaining independence from its colonial masters, the country is still dealing with a foundational problem that has caused the country…
A seemingly innocuous spark in an otherwise isolated part of a nation can change the course of history. Nigerian history as we have it today
Any a-partisan student of history, politics, religion and culture, especially as they also pertain to Nigeria, would know that Chief Obafemi Awolowo
The aim of a leader should be the welfare of the people whom he leads. I have used ‘welfare’ to denote the physical, mental and spiritual well-being of the people
One notable tragedy of the progressive front in Nigeria’s political practice is the palpable dearth of young entrants into its fold.
One key issue that is roiling politicians in the Southwest geopolitical zone is what role they would play in the search for President Muhammadu Buhari’s successor.
Members of the Ekiti State House of Assembly, yesterday, endorsed the 2023 presidential ambition of Dr. Kayode Fayemi, despite that he has not openly declared his intention for the top seat.
The passage to eternal glory of Alhaji Lateef Kayode Jakande on February 11, 2021 was a rather sad day for our democracy as he was the last man standing among the few politicians...
10 Dec 2020
When the military overthrew democracy in the First Republic, in January 1966, substantial blame was heaped on the politics of regionalism and a parliamentary system of government which over-exaggerated the divisions in the country.