Evans: Please go and repent in Kirikiri

Evans: Please go and repent in Kirikiri

By Yekeen Nurudeen It baffles how we as a people and a nation got to this point; we now glamorize crimes and criminalities. No more ethos; our moral values have died and we now glorify robbers, kidnappers and drug pushers. The recent absurd and annoying campaign for the release of a notorious kidnapper is a […]

Before We Break Up Nigeria

Before We Break Up Nigeria

By Yekeen Nurudeen Yes, let’s break up the country and go our separate ways; it’s that easy. At the end, we can have Arewa Republic, Biafra, Oduduwa Republic. And then we stop all these horse trading; there won’t be allegations of manipulation, monopolization and all the distrusts and mutual suspects that beset the present arrangement. […]

The CDS And Coordination In The Military ‎

The CDS And Coordination In The Military ‎

By: Ebuka Ebuka Last year, when President Muhammadu Buhari extended the tenure of the Chief of Defence Staff, General Abayomi Gabriel Olonisakin‎ for another year, it stood as a mark of the esteem he is held in the military and outside that almost all commended the president for the brilliant idea. It is also a […]

Schooling The Coup Plotters

Schooling The Coup Plotters

By: Ademola Adegboruwa Recent months have proven over and over again that Nigerians cannot afford to be complacent in how they protect our democracy; our very future and the wellbeing of future generations depend on it. It will be catastrophic if we are lulled into a false sense of security simply on account of our […]

Nigeria: Helping Buhari To Help Us

Nigeria: Helping Buhari To Help Us

By: Okanga Agila Perception of Nigerians on leadership is often faulty. We most times, indulge in the error of judgment by feeling that every responsibility about leadership resides only on the leader of the federation.  But this is extremely wrong and awkward thinking.  We ignore the leaders at subordinated levels and in the case of […]

Biafra: When Enough Is Enough

Biafra: When Enough Is Enough

By: Kenneth Kaunda Adamu In the wake of the Nigeria’s Civil War almost five decades ago a mistake that could well be hounding us all now was made. That mistake was in not addressing the emotional facet of the survivors, who no doubt suffered Post Traumatic Stress Disorders (PSTDs). The blame won’t go to anyone […]

Biafra: An Open Letter

Biafra: An Open Letter

By: John Paul  Iloduba REPRESSION OF THE INNOCENT POPULATION OF NIGERIANS BY SEPARATISTS IN THE SOUTH-EAST: THE WORLD MUST ACT NOW On May 30, 2017 small businesses in Abia, Anambra, Enugu, Imo and Ebonyi were forced shut down by separatists as part of activities marking the 50th anniversary of the declaration of the moribund Biafra […]

Olonisakin: Celebrating A Shining Defence Gateman

Olonisakin: Celebrating A Shining  Defence Gateman

By: Okanga Agila Every nation in the world strives for peace. A country at war with itself consciously and conspicuously plots its own ruination. It is the singular reason a leader of any nation hold the protection of lives and property of citizens very sacrosanct. The multiplicity of security agencies, even in Nigeria attests to […]

Patriotism of the Nigeria Military

Patriotism of the Nigeria Military

By: Prince Ugo A recent research by a UK risk analysis firm, Maplecroft published by CNN. showed that growing levels of conflict, terrorism, and the toppling of regimes in the Middle East and North Africa, as well as political violence in East Africa, are driving a rise in political instability not only in those sun […]

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