Matthew Hassan Kukah
6 Oct 2017
Fifty-Seven years after attaining political independence, stakeholders in Nigeria are still engaged in intense debates on the most appropriate system of government to adopt for good governance.
5 Oct 2017
Nobel Laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka, Bishop of Catholic Diocese of Sokoto, Matthew Hassan Kukah and former governor of Cross River State, Donald Duke, are among eminent citizens...
3 Oct 2017
Some prominent Nigerians yesterday cautioned against the deployment of hate speeches and violent communication in the ongoing debate on restructuring.
20 Apr 2017
The Bishop said that it is embarrassing that money running into billions was found in private premises, while its ownership is being disputed in a country currently under economic recession.
16 Apr 2017
No need for us to become hostages to language. By whatever name you call it, very few people are happy in Nigeria, very few. We have not had this kind of anomie and fatalism.
16 Apr 2017
Easter is here again. But for us in Nigeria, where trials and tribulations have become part of our daily national menu, it is hard to find any reason to be hopeful.
6 Mar 2017
Today, our youth face an uncertain future, one that is marked by the debris of broken dreams, journeys started but not completed or disrupted. We often fear to do something new because it has never been done before.
14 Jan 2017
As part of efforts to find solution to the Southern Kaduna crisis, some prominent Nigerian leaders, including former head of state, General Abubakar Abdulsalami, Sultan of Sokoto...
13 Nov 2016
It was sad news, that Boko Haram still has the audacity and capacity to launch such level of attacks, after all that had been done to eliminate and degrade them.
1 Nov 2016
Five days after he was granted bail, columnist and former Presidential spokesman, Dr. Reuban Abati is still in the custody of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), according to signals from the commission.
15 Sep 2016
The Federal Government has been upbraided by bishops of the Roman Catholic Mission (RCM) for poor communication of the economic recession and other official issues. The clerics, however ...