The obverse side of pleasing the oga at the top
It is in the nature of human societies for minions to feel morally bound to please the oga at the top. This is called loyalty. It obliges the minions to hunt for the enemies of the oga at the top...
Government’s assault on rule of law
The Justice Reform Project (JRP) condemns the recent abominable invasion of a Nigerian courtroom by the Department of State Services (DSS) in a vicious...
Sowore, Dasuki were released on compassionate grounds, says Malami
Nigeria's attorney-general and justice minister Abubakar Malami has said the release of a former National Security Adviser Sambo Dasuki and Sahara Reporters publisher Omoyele Sowore from detention was because the government had compassion on the duo. “The only reasons for the release of Omoyele Sowore and Sambo Dasuki revolved around our commitment to the rule…
Apologise to Sowore, Dasuki, others over rights abuse, Frank tells Buhari
Former Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Timi Frank, has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to apologise to Omoyele Sowore, Col. Sambo Dasuki (rtd.) and other detained Nigerians for infringing on their rights.
The American legislators’ letter linked to sudden release of Sowore
We write to you regarding Mr. Omoyele Sowore, a New Jersey resident, who was arrested on August 3rd and charged with treason, money laundering and cyber-stalking associated with his call for demonstrations.
Timelines for Sowore’s legal battles with DSS
In the run-up to the presidential election in 2015 and faced with questions as to his suitability as a leader in a democratic dispensation given his antecedents as a draconian military dictator, President Muhammadu Buhari...
Sowore and silence from unusual quarters
A significant portion of this piece has its root in a brief and informal meeting held with my friends on Sunday the 8th December 2019, in Lagos, to deliberate on issues of mutual importance.
TYC urges security agents to investigate court invasion
The Tiv Youth Council (TYC) Worldwide has called for thorough investigation into the recent court invasion to re-arrest Omoyele Sowore.