OPINION: BEYOND FAYOSE: THE FUTURE OF EKITI

I spent the better part of last Tuesday, October 16, focusing on developments in Ekiti State. It was the day of John Kayode Fayemi’s...

OPINION: KANU’S APPEARANCE AND MY APOLOGY TO THE NIGERIAN ARMY

Wonders, as they say, shall never end in Nigeria. I am so ashamed of myself. So much so that I feel like disappearing from...

OPINION: CONTEXTUALIZING DUKE AND MIMIKO’S “DISRUPTIVE” POLITICS

In the race to the presidency in 2019, it is a settled political assumption that presidential power should remain in the north for another...

OPINION: NIGERIAN ELECTIONS; SELLING THE GIRL TO BUY A LANTERN

The person we were supposed to sell and buy a lantern, asked, "if you sell me to buy the lantern, of what use, when...

OPINION: ATIKU’S CHOICE OF VP: PETER OBI AS A MOTIVATIONAL METAPHOR

Without doubt, the argument by some political leaders of the PDP Southeast zone that the party's presidential flag bearer, Atiku Abubarkar could not have...

OPINION: AS BUHARI’S CREDIBILITY GATHERS MOMENTUM

Let me begin this piece with a very resounding appreciation of the former US Ambassador to Nigeria, John Campbell, who has come out, though...

OPINION: NIGERIA IS THE FUTURE: A VIEW OF ATIKU ABUBAKAR FROM THE UNITED STATES,...

Nigeria is poised to be one of the most important nations in the world. It has the resources, the population, the creative and entrepreneurial...

OPINION: OBI AS ATIKU’S GAMBIT FOR UNITY

The choice of a former Governor of Anambra State, Mr. Peter Obi is the wisest political move by the PDP Presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar....

OPINION: BATTLE OF THE SEXES PROXY FOR SEXUAL ABUSE

Professor Blassey Ford is not Hauwa Liman an African woman the last time we checked but she carried all the stigma of Boko Haram girls...

OPINION: BUHARI, THATCHER, AND THE TALE OF TWO TOUGH PERSONALITIES

In early 1979, the British Labour Government lost a motion of vote of no confidence at the House of Commons forcing it to call...