Who is the presidency? Who is the President?

April 22, 2017

Since his suspension from office on Wednesday, Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF) Babachir Lawal’s epochal press interview in the twilight of his stay in the Aso Villa has been subjected to very […]

Yari and his God of meningitis

April 8, 2017

In the midst of the pains we suffer as a nation over the avoidable and yet ravaging scourge of meningitis currently in Nigeria and the accursed silence and inaction of our elected representatives, we apparently […]

The Melaye gene in all of us

April 1, 2017

It is almost an impossibility to think of the Nigerian parliament without its siamese appendage of scandals. In fact, scandals are almost like its imprint, its banner, its representation. From 1999, when the Fourth Republic […]

The Ortom, Wike dirty fight

March 25, 2017

Most times, our actions and inactions rebound on us, even several decades after. Either in our individual or collective capacity, we sometimes become prisoners of the decisions we make and the words of our mouths. […]

The new environment law in Lagos

March 18, 2017

Man has, from time immemorial, neglected his environment and dealt adversely with this friend of his which is nature. The League of Nations, under which the first and second world wars were fought, was incapable […]

Our conspiracy to limit the woman

September 24, 2016

Natural topics for discussion today, for a perceptive analyst, are ordinarily predictable. From the gang-up by President Muhammadu Buhari and the National Assembly, as well as the governors to sell Nigeria’s national assets, to the […]

Edo fiction and Buhari’s voodoo economy

September 10, 2016

  Two major infamous incidents made the All Progressives Congress (APC) government of President Muhammadu Buhari slide terribly in this writer’s estimation in the past two weeks. One was the president’s statement in Osun State […]

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