Friday, April 12, 2024

Azu Ishiekwene

April 4, 2024

Jonathan and Sam: Two books, one message

There’s a place where Sam’s poetic prose and Jonathan’s enthralling story-telling meet: leadership.

Bola Tinubu, Atiku Abubakar and Peter Obi
March 28, 2024

The Okuama Dead: Story behind the grief

Oil money, mixed with militancy and violent local politics in the area, has created and nurtured private armies with money, weapons and political clout comparable to rogue states.

MURDERED SOLDIERS
March 21, 2024

Photoshopping princess and the perils of manipulation

Why do people go to extra lengths to make over and then portray themselves in images that are not remotely who they are?

Kate Middleton's Photoshop Controversy
March 14, 2024

The famished road to Kuriga

Who knows where this is going to happen next?

KURIGA SCHOOL
March 14, 2024

Azu Ishiekwene: Rolling blackouts, heatwave and tales from dead bulbs

I’m counting days until this heatwave is over and hopefully, I’ll once again get some deserved respite, especially at night, with or without ‘NEPA’.

LANTERN IN DARKNESS; PERSON SWEATING
February 29, 2024

Azu Ishiekwene: Will the humble pie heal ECOWAS?

Who would have thought that three landlocked countries…could hold the community to ransom, forcing it to swallow more than a trayful of humble pie?

ECOWAS LEADERS AND MALI, NIGER AND BURKINA FASO MILITARY LEADERS
February 22, 2024

Cost of Living Crisis: A personal story

President Bola Ahmed Tinubu campaigned for his current job, knowing full well there wouldn’t be a honeymoon from day one.

A composite of President Bola Tinubu and protesting Nigerian youths
February 22, 2024

Azu Ishiekwene: APC digging its own grave in Edo

Shambolic primaries lay the foundation for turbulent electoral outcomes and unstable governments.

February 8, 2024

Sall taking ECOWAS from frying pan to fire

An oasis of stability and a shining light in a highly politically volatile region, Senegal was one of the few countries on the continent that others looked up to.

Assimi Goïta, Macky Sall and Ibrahim Traore
January 25, 2024

Miyetti Allah vigilante mocks elite hypocrisy

Tinubu cannot afford to allow the drift to continue. He cannot manage the country’s security like Buhari did for eight years and expect a different result.

Miyetti Allah vigilante