Indigenes protest against killings by herdsmen, ransack forest in Edo
There was tension at the popular Okada junction on the Benin-Lagos expressway when some youths protested against the killing of an indigene of Okada...
Why Buhari needs inclusive government now!
It is still too early to leave President Muhammadu Buhari to his devices at this time that party members and manipulators of all hues...
Buhari and the untouchable bandits
If the senate really needed unimpeachable answers to the nation’s security questions, it only demonstrated another case of its accustomed dilettantism...
Buhari, IGP, urged to act on Fulani herdsmen killing in Delta
Excutive Assistant on Communications to the Delta State governor, Dr Fred Latimore Oghenesivbe, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari, the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Abubakar Adamu....
Suspected Fulani herdsmen, others kill 32 in Kaduna, Sokoto
Fresh violence broke out in Kaduna yesterday as suspected Fulani herdsmen attacked Maro community in Kajuru Local Government Area, killing 16 residents.
The ominous silence of Fulani herdsmen
There are inherent conflicts between sedentary farmers and itinerant herdsmen because of their competing needs for water and ever diminishing arable land and pastures.
Nigeria returning to a state of nature - Part 2
The grandnorm of a human society as John Locks argued is to ensure equality before the law and to practice equity as the hallmark of exercising governmental authority over the citizens.
Plateau’s patchwork of pain
Plateau State, a land of intricately beautiful hills, picturesque plateaus, storied farming and boundless hospitality is perilously perched on a bloody precipice whose ragged...