Opinion

Nnamdi Kanu and the political hypocrisy of the South East

By Ahmadu Shehu, Ph.D.   As the trial of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu held in Abuja, the South East was locked down for three days by the secessionists loyal to him. The infamous alleged...

The National Assembly is in decay

If you are paying close attention, the concept of a legislative arm of government ought to give you great concern.  In everything but name and form, it has essentially collapsed. In the...

Celebrating Grand Patriot and Media Veteran Olumide Lawal at 70

By Tunde Akanni, PhD Between Alhaji Abdul Lateef Olumide Lawal and the late first executive governor of Osun State who later became a two-time senator, Isiaka Adetunji Adeleke, exists a most mysterious...

Servant leadership of yester-years

As usual, this year’s Armed Forces Remembrance Day (AFRD), also known as Remembrance Day, was marked eight days ago. The AFRD is an annual event organized in Nigeria on January 15...

Why Are Good Writers Bad Speakers?

A certain minister who was an excellent writer gave a speech somewhere. It was one of his first speeches as a minister after his appointment by the President. Another writer who heard...

Zulum: I am not a politician, I became a governor by coincidence

Professor Babagana Umara Zulum is the Governor of Borno State today. A quick search on his biography said he obtained a degree in Agriculture Engineering from the University of Maiduguri. In...
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