Ministry brainstorms on state of nation’s dilapidated roads in Calabar
The Federal Ministry of Works and Housing yesterday began its 25th meeting of the National Council on Works to brainstorm on the state of the dilapidated state of roads in the country.
Election tribunal and judiciary’s own trial
I was working on a piece on the raging xenophobic attacks against Nigerians in South Africa before I was provoked by the TheGuardian newspaper front page headline of Sunday, September 8, 2019 titled: Tribunal Verdict ‘!9: D Day Scares Buhari, Atiku Camps.
System for self-regulation in judiciary, legal profession has failed — SANs
Deeply concerned about the growing loss of confidence in the judicial arm of government and the legal profession, 20 senior advocates of Nigeria (SANs), under the aegis of The Justice Reform Project are pressing for a holistic reform of the judiciary, saying the system has failed.
Imo guber: Cost of Okorocha’s romance with Action Alliance (AA)
Finally, Rochas Okorocha, the Imo State governor has been suspended from the All Progressives Congress (APC) for ant—party activities. The party had been careful...
Super Eagles may need Buhari’s magical touch to excel in Russia says, Adesola Olusade
Adesola Olusade, the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Youth and Sports, says the Super Eagles may need the “magical touch’’ of President Muhamadu Buhari to excel at the upcoming FIFA World Cup.
U.S. Secretary of State calls Buhari, reaffirms Nigeria-U.S. relations
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called Nigeria’s President Muhamadu Buhari and reaffirmed the longstanding relationship between the U.S. and Nigeria, U.S. Department of State, said.
Staying motivated when feeling unappreciated
Following the reactions of young Nigerians on the outburst of President Muhamadu Buhari while speaking at the Common Wealth Business Forum, where he talked about the working abilities of Nigerian youths...
Obasanjo’s self-debilitating funk on Buhari
The problem with Nigeria is the absence of a patriotic national establishment. Former President Olusegun Obasanjo - an establishment player needs to move away from letter writing to helping those in power to succeed. The lack of collaboration by major actors to move Nigeria forward is the country’s greatest hindrance. Unlike someplace where statesmen come…