Insurgency, Nigerian Army And A June Diary

Insurgency, Nigerian Army And  A June  Diary

By Prince Ugo The decision to pen this  article came to me impromptu.  I stumbled on a news item on an online medium, The Sun (UK), published February 18, 2018, which flashed a blistering news caption. It boldly read;  “Terror, Exchange Programme: ISIS Commanders Sneaking Jihadis Into Nigeria From Syria to Train Them for Possible […]

Abu Shekau, So Gone Are Your Days of Agonies?

Abu Shekau, So Gone Are Your Days of Agonies?

By Okanga Agila Terrorism is the world’s most lethal scourge. From 2009 till early 2015, when Nigerians tested its bitter pills, darkness hovered on the land. Gloom, agonies, pains, sorrows and grief watered the face of the nation. Each passing day was full of uncertainties and phobia about insecurity. In cities, villages and communities, there […]

Borno 2019 And The Insanity Of Sen. Abba Aji On Boko Haram

Borno 2019 And The Insanity Of Sen. Abba Aji On Boko Haram

BY BUKAR ABBA Sometimes, I get amazed at the thinking of some politicians who feel the electorate is unreasonable, and can always be betrayed, swayed, used and dumped at their whims and caprices. These leaders only find the people they have impoverished and exposed to devastating disasters as worthy partners during partisan times only. Nigeria […]

Nigerian army’s revengeful outing on Amnesty Intn’l

Nigerian army’s revengeful outing on Amnesty Intn’l

By Prince Ugo What defines the fullness of life is freedom and liberty to exist.  Even animals are conscious of it. Those who enjoy freedom hardly appreciate the blessings of that small, but unquantifiable grace of God Almighty, until it is severed.  A caged being is undoubtedly, the most melancholic soul anyone can encounter. His […]

TY Danjuma’s falsehood gospel abroad

TY Danjuma’s falsehood gospel abroad

BY Musa Fomson One would have thought that, Lt General TY Danjuma (retired) has sunken to the lowest possible for any mortal but he continues to surprise even himself by continuing to dig deep, even after striking the bottom of the moral abyss into which he has plunged himself. In his twilight, this old man, […]

NEMA Controversy: Boxing Shadows, Clawing Hunger

NEMA Controversy: Boxing Shadows, Clawing Hunger

By Jeremiah Ajogwu The House of Representatives continue to excel at its chosen pastime of time wasting as it presses ahead with its investigation of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), as it made it even clearer that the probe is not about accountability but strictly about nailing the agency’s Director General, Engineer Mustapha Yunusa […]

Exorcising the PDP Spirit in Dogara

Exorcising the  PDP Spirit in Dogara

By Dan Enyi Nigeria’s main opposition party, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has something mysterious about it. As a political party, its name invokes the feeling of nausea and destruction anywhere it is echoed. One can easily conclude that what’s in a name, after all, it’s just mere alphabets. But strangely, for PDP, even the human […]

Ending terrorism in Nigeria and the task before the ICC

Ending terrorism  in Nigeria and the task before the ICC

By Helen Johnson Nigeria has been down the rough road in the past ten years; It has seen the worst of conflicts, especially in the North-eastern region. Insecurity has been a significant dare to the Nigerian government in recent times. The actions and activities of the Islamic sect known as Boko Haram has led to […]

When Dogara’s Hate for PMB Becomes a Religion

When Dogara’s Hate for PMB Becomes a Religion

By   Charles Ibekwe Speaker of the House of Representatives, Right Honourable Yakubu Dogara is a man in desperate need of help before he drowns in his own bile. His Hatred for President Muhammadu Buhari has crossed the bounds of obsession and now borders on being a religion, a pathetic belief that relevance in the contemporary […]

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