NIGERIA

On Fulani Herdsmen and The Presidency

April 26, 2018

Yesterday, we woke up to the news of the latest herdsmen killing in Benue state, this time involving several catholic parishioners and two priests, one of whom had previously raised a public outcry on the insecurity of the village. The herdsmens’ killings are becoming a mantra, a necessary addendum to the news every other week. […]

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Combating Nigeria’s rising drug problem

April 21, 2018

Nigeria has a rising drug problem and we can no longer afford to sit still and do nothing about it. In recent times, we’ve experienced astronomical increase of opioid use among Nigerian youths. Three experiences have brought this reality closer home. Osahon was my former colleague. He always had a bottle of coke on his […]

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Transcript of President Buhari’s Speech Today 

March 31, 2018

After being away for over 100 days, President Buhari addresses the Nation. Read the transcript below My dear citizens, I am very grateful to God and to all Nigerians for their prayers. I am pleased to be back on home soil among my brothers and sisters. In the course of my stay in the United […]

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RESIGNATION OF PUBLIC OFFICERS, AN ACT OF HEROISM OR COWARDICE?

March 31, 2018

Resignation is an uncommon act in Nigeria especially from public or political office holders. Resignation is an uncommon act in Nigeria especially from public or political office holders.  Across the world, it is not a big deal to see public officers resign when they have fallen out of favour with the masses. This occurs when […]

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When We Truly Become Tired

March 31, 2018

As Nigerians planned a nationwide protest that was to be led by the music legend, Innocent Idibia (Tu face), Deltans celebrated the return of James Ibori As Nigerians planned a nationwide protest that was to be led by the music legend, Innocent Idibia (Tu face), Deltans celebrated the return of ‘their illustrious’ son, James Ibori. […]

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Pride of the Nation

March 31, 2018

Times without number, I dreamt of it; I saw myself commanding troops. I practiced the command, following the manner in which previous heads of state usually gave their January 1st and October 1st speeches. Times without number, I dreamt of it; I saw myself commanding troops. I practiced the command, following the manner in which […]

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