Saturday, September 18, 2021

Opinion

August 30, 2021

Nigerian law supports right to self-defence; communities should exercise it

Even if these legal provisions did not exist, communities endangered by the kind of ongoing carnage in Nigeria would be justified in morality to exercise legitimate self-defence.

Buhari and bandits
August 28, 2021

NDA attack and Yusuf Buhari’s lavish wedding

The weddings of the scions of the upper crust of the northern society are becoming increasingly indistinguishable from southern weddings.

August 21, 2021

Farooq Kperogi: Memories of hilarious stories Ahmed Joda told us

Joda was jovial, pleasant, even-tempered, mild-mannered, upright, cosmopolitan, and incorruptible.

Ahmed Joda
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 20, 2021

Governor Masari’s blunder and Nigeria’s lawless abyss of death

It is important for us to realise that waiting for the government to decide for us in terms of security means waiting for Godot — nothing will come out of it.

August 19, 2021

As diabetes becomes death sentence, Nigeria must stand up to sugar-sweetened beverages

In Nigeria today, most sugar-sweetened products, such as soft drinks, contribute to this burden of diabetes.

August 16, 2021

How Apostle Suleman is ridiculing the name of Jesus

Here is the text of the final conversation between Apostle Johnson Suleman and Angel Gabriel.

August 14, 2021

How Ghana became Africa’s shining light

Ghana is fast becoming a preferred destination for business in Africa due to its conducive environment.

Downtown Accra
August 14, 2021

How law and politics will affect Abba Kyari’s extradition

While the law strongly supports Kyari extradition, the political and ethnic dispositions peculiar to Nigeria should not be deployed to scuttle the whole process.

Abba Kyari