Between a Governor, a minister and 36 governors

September 26, 2016

Nigeria’s 37th governor heads the Central Bank. When the 36 other governors wined and dined and snored away last night in the opulence of their government houses, Godwin Emefiele couldn’t be seen sleeping. He cannot […]

Bad news everywhere, why?

September 19, 2016 Lasisi Olagunju

A: When an old, overstayed king dies and you replace him with a sickly prince, what do you think will happen in the palace?   B: Tears. wailings and gnashing of teeth will erupt there […]

Journalists and hunger in the land

September 12, 2016

Ideal journalists are a special breed. They see the world as theirs to mould in the image of whatever is good and desirable. They are vulnerable and at the same time impregnable. They do not […]

Our leaders want to be God…

August 29, 2016

“DID you read that stuff yesterday?” I asked my friend, who answered slowly, head bowed, that she did. ‘It was our sad story.’ “Beeni,” I told her, and for almost one hour afterwards we went […]

Who wants PDP back? Who?

August 15, 2016 Lasisi Olagunju

Each time we vote for strangers because the incumbent turned out uglier than his predecessor, I remember an old story. It is the story of the headstrong girl who marries this handsome stranger against the […]

In search of opposition for APC

August 1, 2016 Lasisi Olagunju

There is a sense in which great fortune engenders misfortune. Good fortune can make an otherwise skillful General lower his guard on the battlefield. That was what the PDP did with itself when its last […]

Yoruba and Buhari’s government

July 25, 2016 Lasisi Olagunju

Is it that everyone has been silenced, or these times are just normal or what really is happening? One Igboman wrote a provocative piece last week challenging what he called the inexplicable silence from the […]

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