Re: Why are we still in darkness?

ELECTRICITY is one of the essential services Nigerians expect their government to provide for their daily use. No wonder why the Federal Government has, since 1999, committed billions of naira to the improvement of generation […]

Power: Why are we still in darkness?

There were some interesting campaign quotes attributed to Babatunde Raji Fashola, then Governor of Lagos, now Minister of Power, Works and Housing, state during the 2015 election Campaign. One of such quoted Fashola as saying […]

All for restructuring

RESTRUCTURING is fast becoming one overused and over-stressed word in the Nigerian political lexicon. It is one word that has regularly been on the lips of many since the catastrophic annulment of the June 12, […]

Police Vs Goje: In search of one government

ON Wednesday, the second part of the drama between the Nigerian Police and the Chairman, Senate Committee on Appropriations, Senator Danjuma Goje played out. The Senator stunned his colleagues who were expecting him to lay […]

The Presidency and this Magu conundrum

LAST week, news reports quoted Vice President Yemi Osinbajo as restating the confidence the Presidency reposed in the acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu. The news report also quoted […]

Dogara, el-Rufai and the corruption war

Speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara was on a familiar terrain on Friday in Kaduna as he tackled the Governor of Kaduna State, Mallam Nasir el-Rufai, on the anti-corruption war of the President […]

Do we pity Ndume?

Former Senate Leader, Senator Ali Ndume got bashed by his own men last Wednesday as the Senate slammed a six-month suspension on him. The Ndume saga started really in December 2016, but you can trace […]

My advice for Customs Service

The Comptroller General (CG) of the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) Col. Hameed Ali (retd) has had some unnecessary open confrontations with the Nigeria Senate starting from March 7. Unnecessary as the altercations are, they have […]

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