Sunday, January 16, 2022



Buhari and Twitter

Nigerian businesses lost over N10 trillion to Twitter ban: LCCI

Buhari regime had banned Twitter operations in Nigeria on June 5, 2021, and eventually lifted the prolonged suspension on Wednesday.


Faisal Al-Ghamdi, Omicron, and Zubairu Dada

Omicron Ban: FG engages Saudi Arabia on removal of travel restrictions

Saudi Arabia had placed travel restrictions on Nigerians intending to visit the country since the outbreak of the Omicron variant.


Banditry: Katsina reopens cattle markets, fuel stations

The cattle markets were earlier closed as part of measures to tackle cattle rustling and banditry in the state.


Kanuri origins of the Tinubu family

It’s also intriguing, by the way, that “Mogaji,” the last name of Tinubu’s adopted mother, is the Yoruba domestication of the Hausa name Magaji.

Rudolf Okonkwo: I will sue VP Osinbajo in one week if…

I have mobilised angels from America and Europe to lift you, hold you high until you soar.

Rudolf Okonkwo: A journey into Nigerian history with Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu

Since the end of the war, there have been dissents, but then, that is the essence of democracy.

An inconvenient manifesto to reclaim Nigeria’s judiciary

The roles of appointment, promotion, discipline, training and appellate control of lower courts cannot justifiably all be located in one person and office.

Buhari should give no more interviews

Buhari is a scripted, robotic, unimaginative talking mannequin who has no capacity to veer off from the limited pool of stereotyped responses.

The trial of Chinua Achebe’s Okonkwo

What is in question is whether he needed to have that tragic end that came about due to his lethal flaws.


Armed Forces Day: Buhari regime orders closure of Abuja roads

“Pleased to inform…the general public of the closure of access roads to the Arcade, Federal Secretariat Complex and environs on Friday by 2:00 p.m prompt