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2019: Will Plateau Return To Egypt?

By Sunday Thomas These are very auspicious times. For states under induced violence and killings, there is every need to tramp with caution, because the political scavengers are back. They are on the prowl, enriched in more tricks and deceptions in the quest for power. Leadership of any state in Nigeria is quite difficult. It has enormous…
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Buhari Is Still The Alternative To Buhari

By Anthony Kolawole Sometimes, I am lurched into serious thinking, just to discern the reasoning capacity of some Nigerians. Often, and with the next general election barely five months away, one is assailed with malicious and bitter…

That Timi Frank Needs Help

By Philip Agbese Appearance can be deceptive. With his scruffy looks, one time deputy spokesperson for the All Progressives Congress (APC), Timi Frank, strikes the posture of someone in need of at least one of the social security…

2019: Is the Church for Sale?

By Monday Akogwu I am a strong advocate for the unity of churches in Nigeria. This much I have highlighted in many forums in recent times. I am of the opinion that the church has a critical role to play in the entrenchment of good…

That Plateau Pond of Death

By Philip Agbese When news filtered on the recovery of cars of victims from a mining pond in Dura Du, Jos, Plateau State, I was not surprised. I say this for two reasons. One is the fact that Du is an area made famous by the former…

Boko Haram: Is this the end?

By Ifure Ataifure I have seen several barbs on my social media handles to the effect that the real people pulling the strings of the puppets called Boko Haram terrorists are busy with electioneering hence the lull in the group’s murderous…

Abuja: My return back to my love

By Israel Abiodun Abuja the federal capital territory is indeed a beauty to behold. As I sauntered through its well-paved streets, I recall memories of the beautiful time my family and I had before we were forced to relocate in the light…

Gudumbali And Boko Haram’s Frustrations

By Anthony Kolawole A part of Nigeria’s heart secured from insecurity in the Northeast was shuddered last Saturday. The remnants of exiled insurgents regrouped and pushed another anxious, but futile violent raids to recapture, Gudumbali.…

Kofi Annan: And Africa Died

By Philip Agbese The death of former United Nations Secretary-General, Kofi Annan, sent shivers down the world because he was an exceptional being and one who left indelible marks in the sands of time. The history of Africa and indeed the…

Oh Tambuwal! When Your Mumu Go Do?

BY PHILIP AGBESE Aminu Waziri Tambuwal, the Governor of Sokoto State, is a man who will soon be consumed by his inordinate ambition. He will be consumed not because he dared to aspire to the highest office in the land but because of the…