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Despite the NotTooYoungToRun (NTYTR) law of 2018, Nigeria’s political space is still overtly dominated by the old generation and god-fathers, who determine who gets what and favour their cronies
It sometimes occurs to me that for politicians there are no qualms in turning every avenue, every event and every little space and opportunity into politics
Nigerian media and tech executive, Alex Okosi, has been named as one of Britain’s 100 most influential black people in the Powerlist 2022. Now Managing Director, Emerging Markets,
It was the German propagandist, Josef Geobbels who asserted that telling a lie a thousand times and it becomes the truth. Over the years, such has become a tradition in Nigeria’s politics.
To read Onyeka Onwenu’s autobiography is to be a fly on the wall completely absorbed in multilayered intimate conversations with her about a thoroughly fascinating life...
Sometime in 1996, my good friend, the late Abidina Coomassie, published a book, Political Opportunism, in which he primarily excoriated the political enemies of the late Head of State
There is already politics in the air in the Fountain of Knowledge, as Ekiti State is fondly called, as the 2022 governorship election becomes the next big item on the state’s timetable.
These are confused and confusing times for our nation. Nothing seems to add up. Our political leaders are torn between what would swell their swollen bank accounts
Going by the wisdom of the sage, great leaders are characterised by their ability to create positive impacts on the lives of their subjects.
For everything, it’s season and for all human beings, there are various destinies set for them and in the process, some hurdles to cross.
A serial entrepreneur, Elizabeth Osho is the founder of So.Me Solutions, a communications agency based in Lagos, whose services include brand management, strategy development...
The candidate of Zenith Labour Party (ZLP) in the November 6, Anambra governorship election, Dr Obiora Okonkwo, yesterday, disclosed that the state is yet to recover from the 2003 politics