Today, President Buhari and his allies are blackmailing Ndigbo and generalising their character based on the activities of Biafran activists.
A good attorney-general must not be beholden to the executive if there is any hope of enforcing the tenets of the law.
Over sixty years after the Europeans left, the fight is still on.
Whenever Malami opens his mouth to weigh in on matters of national importance, he diminishes the Senior Advocate honour attached to his name.
Unless a miracle happens, when Nigeria’s obituary is written, the name of Ahmed Lawan will be at the top of the list of the undertakers.
As for me, Eddie is my uncle, in whom I am well-pleased.
Six years later, the question left for Osinbajo to answer is whether it is all worth it.
Flashed on Buhari’s face was a sense of dejection. If anyone should understand him, it was Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury.
The Fulani were better off in Nigeria six years ago than they are today.
We know the madness of Okonkwo. It has a method to it. What afflicts Pete Edochie, we do not know.