3 days ago
Not the Lagos politician that you probably know, but a scholar who has had to work his way up to professorship. He clocked 60 Monday, May 15, 2023. And the world literally stood still for him.
Managing Director/Editor-in-Chief of The Guardian, Martins Oloja, has urged the incoming administration to focus on nation-building, stabilise a deeply divided country and adopt a private sector approach to governance and management.
I have quoted various English versions of these same very important ancient words to the very inordinately ambitious politicians who do not care about the very delicate and fragile nature of this federation at the moment.
Managing Director and Editor-in-Chief of The Guardian, Martins Oloja, has said capitalisation and political economy of the country are affecting press freedom.
Managing Director and Editor-in-Chief of The Guardian, Martins Oloja, former Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II and Prof. Akin Oyebode, yesterday, stressed the need to make Nigeria’s institutions independent enough to protect democracy and the economy.
Ahead of its 40th birthday anniversary in July this year Guardian Newspapers Limited, has announced restructuring of its editorial and management operations. In a statement signed yesterday by the Managing Director and Editor-in-Chief, Mr. Martins Oloja...
A Colloquium on the imperatives of radical transformation of Nigeria will hold on Tuesday in Lagos under the chairmanship of His Highness, Muhammad Sanusi, the 14th Emir of Kano.
I would like to share another ‘Message of Hope’. I wrote on this when the youth who under the auspices of #EndSARS in 2020 shook the table in Nigeria. This is another time to warn the elders of the land that the February 25, 2023 presidential election result is a warning signal....
In normal times and climes, today shouldn’t be a day to lament. For Christians, it should be a day of celebration of the reason for the season: the birth of the greatest leader of all times, Jesus.
2 Oct 2022
As I was saying last week, some facts of the history of 1964 election can be part of our useful guide to us at this critical time when politicians seem to be concerned only with how to win election without considering the consequences...
2 Oct 2022
Former Head of State, Ibrahim Babangida; Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed; Special Adviser Media and Publicity to President Buhari, Femi Adesina and Managing Director, The Guardian Newspapers, Martins Oloja...
25 Sep 2022
Our politicians and political leaders (some of them offspring of our First Republic politicians) are on the march again. They know the story of how the First Republic fell to the Federal Republic of the Nigerian Army in 1966.