One of my favourite quotes about power struggles is by Nadine Gordimer, the South African winner of the 1991 Nobel Prize in Literature who died on July 13, 2014, at the age of 90, with whom I was extraordinarily fortunate to have had a personal relationship as a mentor. I fortuitously encountered the quote while…Continue Reading ...
At no time is having an efficient Nigerian Police Force more critical than under a government which, like that of President Muhammadu Buhari, has chosen security as one of its top priorities. At no time may seeking ways of making the force more efficient be more pertinent than after the appointment of a new Acting…Continue Reading ...
Who does not know Theodore Kaczynski, that mix of genius, anarchist and sociopath who once terrorised America? A mathematical prodigy and Harvard graduate who earned a PhD in mathematics from the University of Michigan and became an Assistant Professor at the University of Berkeley in 1967, at age 25, he later became disaffected with America,…Continue Reading ...
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MondayDisturbing Trends In The Emblem Of Northern Political Christians by By Dr. Sam Ode Nov 28th | Comments
We need to talk to ourselves to ensure that there is palpable equity among the various groupings in the North so that we can go out together with a common…
TuesdayAnother Failed Attempt To Paint Us Bad by By Philip Agbese Nov 29th | Comments
It is now glaring that whatever we may think, the claim that there is an international conspiracy to derail Nigeria could have some element of truth to it after all.…
WednesdayRecession And Our Overdependence On Oil by Hannatu Musawa Nov 30th | Comments
Recession - the state of decline of the economy – is biting hard across the country. The causes and solution of the economic recession we are currently facing has become…
ThursdayViews From The Streets by Abba Mahmood Dec 1st | Comments
The year 2016 is coming to an end. It will go down in history as one of the most difficult years for most people in Nigeria. The GDP contracted pushing…
FridayTo Catch The Grandfather by Azubuike Ishiekwene Dec 2nd | Comments
Former President Olusegun Obasanjo is used to getting a beating from his children. His son, Gbenga, once tried to strip him publicly with a rather nasty accusation of in-family wrongdoing.…
SaturdayFinancial Times’ Misadventure In Nigeria by Kenneth-Kaunda Adamu Dec 3rd | Comments
From all indications, the Financial Times is gradually and consistently becoming an infamous media organisation. For a news organization that was able to do an about face in the recently…
SundayRegina Pacis College, Garki At 25 by By Chigozie Chikere Dec 4th | Comments
Between December 9 and 11, with fanfare, Regina Pacis College, Garki, Abuja will celebrate her Silver Jubilee, marking 25 years of exploits in girl child education. This is the same…