Buratai: That PMB’s “wiz-man” on counter insurgency

Buratai: That PMB’s  “wiz-man”  on counter insurgency

By Israel Abiodun President Muhammadu  Buhari knows the appealing burden of leadership. Anywhere a leader finds him, there are huge responsibilities and enormous expectations, no matter how infinitesimal the position entrusted to him. Buhari knows a leader who sets his eyes on honest and dedicated leadership finds the burden of leading less cumbersome. Such leaders […]

How Far Can Wike, Fayose Go As New PDP Kingmakers?

How Far Can Wike, Fayose Go As New PDP Kingmakers?

By Yekeen Akinwale After 2015 elections, series of significant changes took place – there was (is) recession, which sent many millionaires under and produced new set of money bags. That’s what change is – no permanent champion but current champion. Like the recession, the defeat suffered by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)  during the 2015 elections […]

Now that New York Times is back on the Offensive

Now that  New York Times is back  on the Offensive

By Richards Murphy At a time that the media industry, globally, is confronting dwindling revenue for a host of reasons, it appears the New York Times is yet to fully harness the full potentials of revenue models available to it. New York Times only needs apply a little touch to its so called investigative stories […]

Celebrating A Distinguished Jurist And Scholar Of Repute: Professor Akin Oyebode Who Retires At The Age Of 70 Years

Celebrating A Distinguished Jurist And Scholar Of Repute: Professor Akin Oyebode Who Retires At The Age Of 70 Years

By Seye Adetunmbi There couldn’t have been a better time to celebrate Professor Akindele Babatunde Oyebode than now that he has met the mandatory retirement age as a lecturer at University of Lagos, Nigeria.  The Professor of Law and Chairman, Office of International Relations, Partnerships and Prospects at University of Lagos, Nigeria has joined the septuagenarian league […]

Leadership And Buratai’s Unique Style

Leadership And Buratai’s Unique Style

By Okanga Agila Leadership has many trappings. It attracts an irresistible allure and,  at the same time ensnares dangerously.  Those who fail to create impact in leadership are constrained in multiple ways. Impactful leadership entails much more than merely possessing the qualities or knowledge of leadership virtues, but the boldness and courage to exhibit and […]

Can Nigeria’s Yams Power A Nation?

Can Nigeria’s Yams Power A Nation?

Can Africa’s biggest economy swap its addiction to oil for the starchy tubers that millions line their bellies with each day? “It’s our biggest hope,” says Nigeria’s Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Audu Ogbeh. The global slump in oil prices has hit the West African nation hard, where oil exports make up more than […]

Another Look At Buratai’s Victorious Coat

Another Look At Buratai’s Victorious Coat

By Jerry Ochada Ajogwu Very few great men in history inspire courage, bravery and excellence. When the military profession is pictured, it spurs limitless uncertainty because of the passion of men for distinctive valour. Unarguably, every man does not only admire greatness, but wishes to be remembered by history from generation to generations as having […]

Lagos And The Journey Towards 2020

Lagos And The Journey Towards 2020

By Tayo Ogunjobi In Lagos State, the challenge of development is faced in the context of global economic impact as well as its status as a mega city. The current administration in the State is evidently focused on the implementation of several job creation and wealth generation programmes as well as the development of physical […]

Troops Welfarism As Buratai’s Art Of War

Troops Welfarism As Buratai’s Art Of War

By Esther Okpabi If I were not a Nigerian, resident in Nigeria, I would have regrettably missed the blues that enliven life at auspicious partisan times. Nigeria has less than a year and five months to the next general elections. The political undercurrents, which precede every ballot, sprouting bile partisanships, crafted and disseminated by a […]

Understanding Military Operations as Safeguard of State

Understanding Military Operations as Safeguard of State

By Ibrahim Abubakar ‎ In the most recent times, we have had to welcome diverse operations from ‘Operation Lafiya Dole’ meaning ‘Operation peace by force’, ‘Operation Harbin Kunama’ meaning ‘Operation Scorpion Sting’ to Operation Egwu Eke, which translates into ‘operation Python Dance’, etc, all out to address issues that affect the general well-being of the […]

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