Ezeife And The Curse Of Wisdom

Ezeife And The Curse Of Wisdom

By Charles Mbani Octogenarian and former Governor of Old Anambra state, Dr. Chukwuemeka Ezeife strike a perfect example of a leader in Nigeria, whose haunting poverty of ideas and the anger of an unfulfilled life has deprived him sensibility. No doubt, Ezeife has lost his soul and conscience and so, perpetually battles the demons vexed […]

Igbos: Between Monkey Pox and Monkey Sense

Igbos: Between Monkey Pox and Monkey Sense

By Uche John Madu Panic, tension, disquiet and anxiety held Nigerians in the South-East  of the country for days. And amusingly the cause and source of the baseless anguish, which drenched our  people in hysteria was as discreditable as the news itself. Some social media e-rats and e-thugs posted reports that our people were being […]

Like Catalonia Like Biafra II

Like Catalonia Like Biafra II

By Philip Agbese The projects were dead on arrival. Their only beneficiaries were the so called separatist leaders, who used the agitation for secession to bilk unsuspecting donors, sponsors, financers and backers even when they knew from the onset that what they were offering their followers has lesser value than a snake oil cure. They […]

X-raying PMB’s Symbolic Visit to Operation Lafiya Dole

X-raying PMB’s Symbolic Visit to Operation Lafiya Dole

By Bukar Raheem To say,  I was infinitely  inspired by President Muhammadu Buhari’s endearing  remarks on the counter-insurgency campaigns in Nigeria’s Northeast and the laudable  efforts of the Nigerian military in curtailing the menace of Boko Haram Terrorism (BHT) in his 2017 Independence Day speech to Nigerians is to put it mildly. I was so […]

Buratai’s Everyday Success Syndrome

Buratai’s  Everyday Success Syndrome

By Esther Okpabi Nigerians are witnessing rare changes in the country from all angles under the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari. Even the Armed  Forces  which were confined to the unsavoury history of neglect are experiencing positive changes. He has demonstrated that the military is not only good for the trenches alone, but also deserve […]

Egwu Eke II: Soldier, Na Our True Friend!

Egwu Eke II: Soldier,  Na Our True  Friend!

By Nkechi Odoma Before now, screaming the word soldiers anywhere in Nigeria would attract instant public panic and hysteria. Nigerian military and especially soldiers had a disgusting public aura. They had an unenviable tag as unfriendly professionals, brutes, barbaric and torturers of civilians.  It was bloody for a “bloody civilian” to inspire military instincts in […]

Nigeria And NADECO’s Absurd Mouthing

Nigeria And NADECO’s Absurd Mouthing

By Okanga Agila Democracy in Nigeria is a precious gift to every Nigerian. That it has survived uninterrupted for over 17 years, since its return in 1999 is a big plus to the active players of the game and every other Nigerian. It is more a plus and applause to the Nigerian military under the […]

Egwu Eke: Between Kanu and Jollof Rice

Egwu Eke: Between Kanu and Jollof Rice

By Okanga Agila Genuine freedom fighters anywhere in the world are known for a definite character. They fight and remain in personified expressions in words and actions. They do not run away; they do not go into hiding and dump adherents to languish in sorrow alone. Social activists have their fate sealed by the beliefs […]

HURIWA As IPOB’s NGO Arm

HURIWA As IPOB’s NGO Arm

By Emmanuel Otairu There is bad, there is disaster and there is HURIWA, Human Rights Writers Association. HURIWA is alleging extralegal killings in the implementation of Operation Python Dance II in the southeast geopolitical zone and thinks that this is a justification for decentralizing the nation’s military assets. Before attempting an understanding of the outlandish […]

Re: Buhari, Buratai, And The Python Panacea

Re: Buhari, Buratai, And The Python Panacea

By Idoko Ainoko One Emmanuel Ugwu wrote and published the article “Buhari, Buratai, and the Python Panacea” that has been published on several online platforms. Ugwu should be commended for this piece not because it was a work of art or some remarkable masterpiece but because in that single rant he was able to lay […]

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