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Person Of The Year 2022: Obi & ’OBidient Movement’

Classical historians agree that there comes a time in the history of a people when the man meets the hour or a movement symbolises...

2023: Labour Party Makes Fresh Gains In Core North

After its presidential primary in July, pundits tipped the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, to dominate the core North in next year's elections, with...

Revealed: Despite N625.43bn Derivation Windfall, Extreme Poverty Ravages Oil Producing States

Governors Live Large While The People Suffer Infrastructural Development Not Commensurate With Available Resources Federal Government, States Trade Blames When the Federal Government said...

2023: Confusion Trails LP, Obi/Datti Campaign

Just as the Labour Party and the Obi/Datti campaign team have recently found out, in carrying out any workable plan, inadequate funding can be...

2023: Afenifere, Ohanaeze In Eye Of The Storm

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo was so irritated by what he called the undue interference of socio-cultural organisations in the political affairs of the country...

2023: Anxiety as Insecurity, Violence Threaten General Election

Alarm hallmarked remarks by the Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Professor Mahmood Yakubu, at the end of last Friday’s meeting of...

2023: Ethnicity, Religion Driving Electioneering For APC, LP, PDP

Politicians in Nigeria are always told to discuss issues during electioneering, but they often choose to do so in their own way, which raises...

2023: Trouble Ahead For Wike, Ortom, Ikpeazu, Ugwuanyi, Makinde

When Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State announced last week that he had authorised the removal of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate,...

OBIdient Movement Battles Labour Party, Threatens Breakaway

Barring a miracle, the Labour Party (LP) and over 500 hundred support groups that make up the “Obidient Movement,” may soon part ways, leaving...

Death, Sorrow, Tears as Rampaging Flood Ravages Nigeria

With some dams yet to be opened and the rains still falling, accompanied by flashes of lightning and thunder storms across the country, there...