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Saraki Laments Over Poor State Of Nigeria's Economy
Nobody Hates Saraki; Saraki Hates Himself
A rejoinder to hate claim by Saraki Camp Writers.
PDP Alleges APC For Killing Navy Personnel
Greener Pasture
The land is green, is green, oh, oh, oh… The land is green, is green, can’t you see? Aremu nodded his affirmation as he hummed a...
#Ekiti2018: Between Oshiomhole And Secondus
Ekiti people decided who governs them in the next four years in a free and fair election held on Saturday July 14, 2018. More...
Bloody Harvest
Columnist Chinasa Udensi draws attention to the plight of survivors of herdsmen menace in parts of Nigeria.
2019: Buhari And World Leaders
Columnists Muhammad Ajah examines the level of support President Muahmmadu Buhari's second term ambition enjoys among influential world leaders.
June 12: A Great Deal Of What Abiola Stood For Yet To Manifest - Yoruba Youths
Time Will Tell
Columnist Chinasa Udensi again brings the annulment of June 12 1993 election and declaration of same day as democracy day to the front burner.
President Buhari Felicitates Oshiomole On His 67th Birthday
Implications Of Oshiomhole Winning APC Chairmanship Race
If the former governor of Edo state, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole contests the June 23 chairmanship race of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), just one thing will happen, explains columnist Muhammad Ajah.
Buhari’s Anti-corruption Fight And The Rule Of Law
President Muhammadu Buhari was elected in 2015 after emphasising his track record of tackling corruption, and his pledge to stop public officials from looting the country’s treasury, after he rightly declared: “if we don’t kill corruption, this corruption will kill us.”
Merits And Demerits Of Minority And Majority
Columnist Muhammad Ajah explores the merits and demerits of Minority-majority dichotomy.
Zidane Specialises In Dramatic Departures
Just days ago Zinedine Zidane was basking in the glory of becoming the first coach in history to win three consecutive Champions League titles with Real Madrid and staking a claim as one of the great coaches in history.
18th Democracy Day: How Well Has Nigeria Faired?
An opinion piece about Nigeria's democracy day.
Three Things Learned From Champions League Final
Real Madrid have created another record in the Champions League by winning the European cup for the 13th time, with Gareth Bale scoring a breathtaking overhead kick in a 3-1 dramatic win over Liverpool.
Latest Arsenal Transfer News, Rumours
Three Things Arsenal New Manager Emery Must Fix
Arsenal on Wednesday confirmed the appointment of former PSG head coach Unai Emery as their new manager, replacing Arsene Wenger.
2019: Buhari And Nigerian Political Elites
Columnist Muhammad Ajah examines the relationship between President Muhammadu Buhari and Nigerian political elites in the run up to the 2019 general elections.
Meghan Markle, Doria, Aisle
Will Meghan Markle’s Mother, Doria, Walk Her Down The Aisle?
It is four days to the wedding of former American actress Meghan Markle and British Royalty, Prince Harry but the tension is intense.
2019: Buhari And The Media
Columnist Muhammad Ajah examines the relationship between President Muhammadu Buhari and Nigeria media practioners in the run up to 2019 general elections.
The Little Drops…
Columnist Chinasa Udensi beams her searchlight on codeine crisis, bring it to the front burner in her captivating fictional style.
Fela Kuti, Afrobeat, Daddy Freeze, Churches & National Development
Columnist Nneka Okumazie explore the relationship between Fela Kuti, Daddy Freeze, successive Nigerian government, churches and national development.
2019: Buhari And The Church
Columnist Mohammed Ajah x-rays how Buhari's relationship with the church will impact on the president's 2019 re-election bid.
Mike Tyson Of Idumota
Columnist Chinasa Udensi in her peculiar fashion projects the travails of Sen. DIno Melaye to the front burner.
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