Thursday, December 2, 2021

Azu Ishiekwene

October 23, 2021

News editors should stick to public interest in a time of crisis

How successfully journalists manage the innovations and issues technology throws at them would determine whether or not and how far they succeed as mediators.

October 8, 2021

What Mark Zuckerberg’s trial says about us

Zuckerberg and other tech entrepreneurs who have changed our world never pretended they’re out to finish what Mother Teresa started.

September 23, 2021

Where to wait for Buhari’s successor

Far from being settled, the idea of where the next president would come from is still a very open question.

Tinubu and Atiku
September 17, 2021

Wike, FG and authority stealing

Buhari’s government must end the shameful avarice and illegality and do what the law says.

Sanwo-Olu, Buhari and Wike composite
September 11, 2021

Guinea needs a bitter pill — but will Africa find it?

However complicit outside influence may be in the recent turn of events, African leaders must take responsibility.

September 3, 2021

Quest for federalism and its many ironies

Legislative lists of the 1999 Constitution set the roles of the different tiers of government with a lopsided and irresponsible tilt in favour of the Federal Government.

August 20, 2021

Lies, damned lies Biden sold about Afghanistan

Are Afghans freeloaders happy to use others as dogs in their own fight?

Biden and Taliban
August 12, 2021

An encounter with a doctor

Too often, we hardly get to hear of the extraordinary courage and devotion of doctors and other medical personnel.

Doctor
July 30, 2021

Benin artefacts and the choice facing Robin Hood

Let’s bring the artefacts home, where they belong.

July 17, 2021

Lauretta Onochie as metaphor

Public opinion is perfectly entitled to ignore the Senate’s framing and to claim victory for Onochie’s rejection.

Lauretta Onochie