A visit to Makarfi
I will leave Makarfi Local Area Council for Zaria today. I have been here since Monday from Abuja, waiting to be called for an opportunity briefing in Zaria.
The dismantling of a democratic magnifying glass
Whilst a handful of renowned newspapers play the role of watchdogs, some have taken the back seat, and many others have confrontationally leaned to partisan alignments.
Save our women
This hustler brought his fiancée to the United States from Nigeria. He didn’t have the necessary papers to be in the US, he did menial jobs but through hard work he was able to save money and sent her to a nursing school, she got a job as soon as she graduated, and legalized her stay.
Aisha’s popular view and the north
I have yet to master this environment like I did in Port Harcourt but I will one day. These days aren’t full of undertakings like before, it should have been but the year came with its wiles but a wise man must find something to do, to keep busy....
The chameleon’s attitude
Watch the chameleon; it knows how to blend with the environment. Watch the man; he doesn’t know how to blend with the environment. Man unlike the chameleon doesn’t understand his political, technological, social, legal, economic,...
Nigeria and her treeless cities
I remember taking boyhood strolls, in the military barracks - where I was raised in Sokoto in a serene environment with trees everywhere. There were trees lined up in order everywhere in that barracks.
Tribute to my late father
Saturday July 28, 2018 was a special day in the life of my family. On that day we hosted a ceremony in honour of Audu Daniel Abah, who was my father. This ceremony was held in my village, Agaliga-Efabo, Imane district in Olamaboro local council in Kogi State.
Nigeria’s development, a collective responsibility
We blame political distresses in Nigeria on political figures and that is absolutely unfair. I wish so much was expected from all predecessors while in office but we all went to sleep in the day not at night and at a time when we should have demanded proper accountability to develop Nigeria.
Politics and the absence of philosopher-kings
There is a lack of leadership in people who brandish themselves as leaders in Nigeria and if my memory is still agile, I’ve never heard any groundbreaking statements from them to make me portray them as great leaders.