The relevance of ECOWAS should be reconsidered
Any talk about development strategies by the President Muhammadu Buhari is deception and a recycling of the same foolery that he has been peddling since 2003, only to focus war against Muslim minority groups, with particular reference to Boko Haram and the Shiites
Boko Haram and Fulani: Ghana got the fat ‘taakeaway’ from Japan
Sir: See what a lopsided and emotionally-laden national security policy cost Nigeria in Japan? Now, the Japanese, out of due consideration for the safety of lives and investment, will invest in a Toyota factory in Ghana and, as expected, Nigerians will queue up to purchase their latest status symbols to show off before their wretched masses.
Akintoye’s leadership will unite Yoruba nation, says Tola Adeniyi
Nigeria is a merger of all sorts of characters. Before the British came, we were organised – all the nationalities were organised. There were beautiful kingdoms in Southern Nigeria – the Oyo Kingdom...
Afonja descendants allege marginalisation by Fulani in Ilorin, want more recognition
The Afonja Descendants, the predominant Yoruba tribes in Ilorin, have alleged marginalisation by the Fulani who they described as usurpers of their ancestral heritage.
RUGA: IPOB accuses Umahi of dispossessing Ebonyi landowners
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), led by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, has accused Ebonyi State governor, Dave Umahi of ordering the arrest and detention of Ezza people to dispossess them of their land for the suspended Rural Pastoral Grazing Areas (RUGA) of the Federal Government.
Carrying our cross
“The initiative is in the hands of the president of the nation, but he can’t do it alone.” These are the words of the ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo in his open letter to President Muhammadu Buhari advising him to make hay while the sun shines on security issues....
Mutual suspicion and worsening security situation
It is so unfortunate that insecurity is still waxing strong in our polity despite all efforts of the government to bring the menace under control. Day in day out, people are being slaughtered like chickens and there is palpable fear in the heart of the masses.
Why are the Fulani people so unpopular in Nigeria?
Three-quarters of the Fulani live in a makeshift settlement. They move from place to place. The Fulani should be well-loved in Nigeria but they are derided by many Nigerians and you have to wonder why this is the case
Southern governors told to revive ranches
Governors from the 17 southern states have been called upon to urgently revive ranches in their regions to weaken the dependence on the North for protein and dairy products.
Great merits in ranching
There are millions of Nigerians roaming the streets, not knowing what to do with their lives. They have had governments that were confused about how to better the sad situation they are in. With abject poverty and purposelessness of leadership so glaring to the rest of the world, not many would blame the US President, Donald Trump for heaping derogatory remarks on our very essence as creations of God.