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9 Oct
Growing up in Northern Nigeria, we had our fair share of experience with riots and then the insurgency we are currently battling with.
13 Sep
Schools resume today for the commencement of the 2021/2022 academic session across the country but it won’t be a cheery return for thousands of pupils, especially in Northern Nigeria...
16 Jul
The majority of us in this country – your country my country our country – have been observers – and are still being observers of what is going on here and outside here.
9 Jul
Before southern Nigerians pounce with glee, on this evidence of northern economic dependency on the south, one must pause and reflect that amalgamation was a British decision, not a northern one.
8 Jul
I have just finished reading a book “What Britain Did To Nigeria” by Max Siollun, who is an authority on issues that affects Nigeria.
5 Apr
The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), yesterday, charged the Federal Government on a better security mechanism that guarantees the lives and property of Nigerians...
11 Mar
The present tension in Nigeria following the murderous activities of the Fulani herdsmen in the last few years and the forced reactions of the frustrated victims of their atrocities in the South...
4 Mar
The insecurity in Northern Nigeria today is not accidental. It was a deliberate social decadence systemically incubated over time and became a way of life for society
4 Feb
One of the most contentious question of the 1958 Manchester House Nigerian Constitutional Conference in London was whether Nigeria was worth keeping at all.
5 Oct 2020
President Buhari on Tuesday September 8 at the closing of the first-year ministerial performance review retreat held in Abuja has asked Nigerian elites to judge his administration fairly in governance.
Kano City Wall
19 Jul 2020
  Way before the name ‘Nigeria’ was chosen, in the period that saw the rise and reign of powerful empires and kingdoms, the belt of Northern Nigeria was once a cradle of civilization and superiority. One of its major advantages was the ‘Sahara desert’; its major trade route that allowed the influx of Arabian Merchants and many…
19 Jun 2020
We may all pretend all we want but no one can deny this, even if the temptation to be untrue to oneself for a mess of pottage cannot be resisted: Northern Nigeria is in distress...

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