Saturday, May 21, 2022


May 21, 2022

Accountant-General Ahmed Idris’ N80 billion “blasphemy” against ASUU and Nigeria

It turns out that Idris actually got the bulk of his ill-gotten wealth on the back of the despair and agony of university lecturers.

Ahmed Idris/EFCC HQ
May 18, 2022

Adamu’s genius and the road to Nigerian Presidency

In two months of taking the helm, Abdullahi Adamu has shown that he can both think — and work — outside the box.

APC National Chairman, Sen. Abdullahi Adamu
May 15, 2022

The First and Second Acts of Apostle Suleman

And how could we forget that he performs miracles, too?

Apostle Johnson Suleman/Stephanie Otobo
May 14, 2022

Emefiele, a corrupt, inept, heart-attack-loving presidential wannabe

Yet, we are witnessing in real life what would be unrealistic in the realm of fictional imagination.

CBN Godwin Emefiele (credit: Bloomberg)
May 12, 2022

Bukola Saraki: Nigeria of our dream starts now!

Eminent citizens, highly respected leaders and operators of the Fourth Estate of the realm, my friends and colleagues, dear compatriots, let me start by thanking all of you for finding time to be with

Bukola Saraki
May 11, 2022

Nigeria’s history of programmed crises

Till date Nigeria continues to reflect Britain’s sub-optimal vision for Nigeria.

Opeyemi Agbaje
May 7, 2022

Farooq Kperogi: As Nigerian students suffer, Vice Chancellors’ wives, politicians smile

There would be an incalculable disaster in the offing because an uneducated or under-educated youth bulge is always a catalyst for perpetual internal strife.

Buhari and Adamu Adamu
May 5, 2022

Peter Obi and parable of warden’s key

Despite being a billionaire entrepreneur, Peter Obi carries himself with quiet, unobtrusive dignity.

Peter Obi
May 5, 2022

Ayo Adebanjo’s musings on power shift

Nigeria must stop treating the South East as if it does not matter and still hope to find peace.

Ayo Adebanjo
May 4, 2022

How Nigeria is following coffin into 2023 grave

Unfortunately, irrespective of the climate, democracy is messy.