Saturday, September 18, 2021

Rudolf Okonkwo

July 1, 2021

Why the next governor of Anambra matters more than the next president of Nigeria

For better or for worse, who takes over the government house in Awka in January 2022 matters.

Candidates For Anambra Governorship Election, Andy Uba (APC), Charles Soludo CFR (APGA), Valentine Chineto Ozigbo (PDP), and Ifeanyi Ubah (YPP)
June 29, 2021

Kenneth Kaunda meets Awo, Zik, Bello at Heaven’s gate

Angel Gabriel stood at the gates with a silver sword in hand and a vuvuzela over his shoulders.

June 14, 2021

Open letter to the most senior Biafran in Buhari’s government

Today, President Buhari and his allies are blackmailing Ndigbo and generalising their character based on the activities of Biafran activists.

Onyeama and Buhari
June 8, 2021

Rudolf Okonkwo: From Osinbajo to Malami: The curse of Nigeria’s attorneys-general

A good attorney-general must not be beholden to the executive if there is any hope of enforcing the tenets of the law.

Osinbajo and Malami
May 31, 2021

The changing fortunes of Idemili pythons

Over sixty years after the Europeans left, the fight is still on.

May 25, 2021

Rudolf Okonkwo: The madness of Abubakar Malami

Whenever Malami opens his mouth to weigh in on matters of national importance, he diminishes the Senior Advocate honour attached to his name.

Nigeria's Attorney General, Abubakar Malami
May 16, 2021

Ahmed Lawan: The man who killed Nigeria to death

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.

President of the Nigerian Senate, Ahmad Lawan
May 10, 2021

Celebrating Edwin Madunagu at 75

As for me, Eddie is my uncle, in whom I am well-pleased.

Dr Edwin Madunagu
May 4, 2021

Rudolf Okonkwo: The moral burden of Yemi Osinbajo

Six years later, the question left for Osinbajo to answer is whether it is all worth it.

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo
April 26, 2021

Day Buhari visited his psychiatrist in London

Flashed on Buhari’s face was a sense of dejection. If anyone should understand him, it was Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury.

President Muhammadu Buhari and Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby