Opinion

TY Buratai: Why the phones are still ringing

Something interesting struck my mind having closely monitored events around the immediate past Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lt. Gen.…

5 months ago

Much Ado About Tunde Sabiu’s Employment In NIA

These are indeed interesting times in Nigeria. I am beginning to believe that it is now an occupation for some…

6 months ago

Sadiya Farouq: That special touch in cabinet

Unmistakably, President Muhammadu Buhari has an unquenchable obsession with the plight of the poor and vulnerable Nigerians. A pivotal aspect…

6 months ago

Biden’s pro-LGBTQI Threat: The Joke is on Them

The joke is on Nigerians who routed for a Joe Biden presidency in the country without understanding the deeper issues…

6 months ago

Weaponizing Transaparncy in NEDC

It is said that, "Transparency is the pillar of Accountability". Give me a Leader who is transparent and accountable, I…

6 months ago

A New Beginning for Ambassador TY Buratai

The recent nomination of the immediate past Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Tukur Buratai (rtd) as Ambassador-Designate by President…

6 months ago

Nigerian Army, Attahiru and the Buratai’s Shoe

The recent appointment of new Service Chiefs by President Muhammadu Buhari has opened a new vista in the country's security…

6 months ago

Lt. Gen. Buratai : As an icon bows out of Military Service

“Veni, vidi, vici, which means “I came, I saw, I conquered”- William Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar”. The popularized dramatic character, known…

6 months ago

Gen TY Buratai: The General who led from the front

Change is inevitable. But whenever it occurs, what comes to mind is how those exiting would be remembered. For the…

6 months ago

Southwest’s lingering conflagration and its political undertone

Finally, the missing link in the puzzle unfolding in Southwest Nigeria has been discovered with the recent  expose by no…

6 months ago

Gov Zulum’s Victory Bell at Biu

Since the onset of the Boko Haram insurgency in North-East, Nigeria in 2009, Nigeria has witnessed a period classified as…

6 months ago

The diaspora quagmire for Nigeria

It is established that the population of a nation is its strength; the intellectual and positive productive gifts of its…

6 months ago

Sahara Reporters and Dearth of Investigative Journalism

Pro-protest and pro-terrorist news blog, Sahara Reporters, has maxed out its usefulness and may just be on the last lap…

6 months ago

Nigeria And Her Betrayal By Diaspora

Interventions on the political and economic fronts by Nigerians in the Diaspora have been anything but complimentary of our leaders,…

6 months ago

ICC: Understanding the Insurgency within Insurgency

Nigeria has for over a decade been enmeshed in an intractable insecurity mess due to the unfortunate conspiracy against it…

6 months ago

Understanding Diaspora Activists and Irrational Demands

I would start this article on a high pitch because of the activities of some supposed Nigerian activists holed up…

6 months ago

Subversive elements radicalizing Diaspora to promote destabilization of Nigeria from abroad — CNM

Some Nigerians with questionable character in the Diaspora have indulged in malicious campaigns to radicalize their compatriots and promote destabilization back…

6 months ago

The Diaspora And It’s Negative Influence On Our Democracy

We yearned and prayed passionately for democratic leadership for decades. It was not easy for a nation as famous and…

6 months ago

Gen. Buratai as African Steward Man of the Year 2020

Eventually, the Year 2020 grudgingly dragged to an end. It was a difficult and tough year for all Africans. From…

6 months ago

Osun House of Commotion: Oyetola, Owoeye and the ‘silent tears’ of minority members

When council chairmen fight with their councillors, they take it to the state assembly for settlement, resolution or possible penalty.…

6 months ago