OPINION: LEADER SHEKAU, WHAT IF THE 2015 NIGERIAN PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION WAS OPEN TO YOU?...

Leader Abubakar Shekau, for the sake of Prophet Muhammad, what if the Nigerian Presidency election was open to you? Would that be enough for...

SECURING NIGERIA THROUGH INTELLIGENCE

National Security: Intelligence and Community Partnership Approach Edited by Solomon E Arase; LawLords Publications, Lagos & Abuja; 2013; 242pp National security is on the front...

OPINION: GENDER AGENDA FOR THE BUHARI ADMINISTRATION

INTRODUCTION It has been established that the development of any country requires the participation of both men and women. However, gender relations have made it...

ASUU STRIKE: NEGOTIATING THROUGH THE BARREL OF THE GUN

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has overstepped the bounds of reason. To say that most discerning Nigerians are angry with the union...

OPINION: THE PROBLEMS, CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS TO INSECURITY IN NIGERIA.

Few years ago, Nigerians were anxiously concerned on how the federal government can tackle the corrosive and caustic corruption, education, agriculture and power failure,...

OPINION: BOLA TINUBU IS DIEZANI ALISON-MADUEKE’S CONFIDENCE

My recent article, titled “Bola Tinubu is General Buhari’s James Ibori” has apparently been widely published and therefore has elicited an equally diverse range...

OPINION: NIGER DELTA RESTIVENESS : DO WE BLAME BUHARI?

The story coming out of the crude oil rich Niger Delta region isn't good and the timing is troubling. Suspected armed militants reportedly bombed a...

OPINION: SCHOOL MEALS FOR ALL NIGERIAN PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN? YES, PLEASE.    

A couple of years ago I wrote an article explaining what I felt was a real risk to Nigeria’s national interest due to the...

OPINION: THERE WAS A PRESIDENT OF NIGERIA CALLED JONATHAN

President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, GCFR, would have made history when he hands over power to the President-Elect of Nigeria, General Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR, on 29th...

KENYA FANATICS AGAIN: NO WHERE TO RUN TO BUT AFRICA

It was only yesterday when Africans left their shores to study abroad, mostly in Europe and America but also in the Eastern and Middle-Eastern...