Dakuku and NIMASA narrative

November 27, 2016

If major players in Rivers’ politics have an ounce of objectivity, negative profiling should not be seen by any of them as subjectivity, regardless of political leanings and camps. Aren’t they anyways, especially the two […]

Viva Onnoghen (2)

November 13, 2016

THE first in this series was on September 18. I deliberately delayed this follow-up to meet this moment that was almost not be-the eventual enthronement of Justice Walter NkanuOnnoghen as the new Chief Justice of […]

CJN: Racing against time

November 6, 2016

AS you read this, outgoing Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Mahmud Mohammed will have just 120 days to his 70th birthday and to wave bye, his job as Nigeria’s Fifth Citizen. The crisis on […]

Frankly, Timi Frank

October 30, 2016

FOR reasons best known to the troubled ruling APC, it decided to cure the Timi Frank gaping sore when already gangrenous. Prescription for that belated cure points at a major surgery but those pushing to […]

What’s Buhari gonna do about Amaechi?

October 23, 2016

Candidate Muhammadu Buhari was widely celebrated as ramrod on values. President Muhammadu Buhari, by Aisha’s “other room” testimony, has become rubbery, being swung and flung at will by unsteady hands, billowing in ill-air. Despite this […]

Mummy G.O’s and Aisha Buhari’s tears

October 16, 2016

Did you watch Pastor (Mrs) Folu Adeboye, popularly known as Mummy G.O weep over Nigeria at the last monthly Holy Ghost service while taking the usual prayer for the nation and other nations of the […]

2019: Why should Buhari run?

October 9, 2016

CONSTITUTIONAL limit in governance is primarily to stop man from becoming god. God’s rule alone is expected to be absolute and eternal. The closest form of such mortal lifetime reign which is monarchy, is nearly-completely […]

Ondo: Nice mix, but…

October 2, 2016

  I love the pairing in Ondo State. I mean the two men, one of who would soon be governor for another four years by God’s grace. Tomorrow surely doesn’t belong to us but the […]

Random thoughts on Edo

September 25, 2016

In another 96 hours, Edo will have a new helmsman-elect. That the D-day is gonna be as Yankees will say, speaks to the truism of Yoruba ear-tilting adage of “bope titi ogun odun yio ku […]

Viva Onnoghen (1)

September 18, 2016

LAST Thursday, outgoing Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Mahmud Mohammed, doused a raging covert fire. Can a huge fire burn fiercely underneath? The Bible says it is practically impossible but in politics, nearly every conjecturable […]

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