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After another round of shedding the blood of fellow Africans in the streets of South Africa, Nigerian officials met their South African counterparts this...

Nigerians are used to being treated like orphans. They have a long history of neglect, abandonment and being despised. This is so much that...

The All Progressives Congress gained the Nigerian presidency on an enchanting mantra of change, particularly, change from the tide of an endemic corruption that...

When I dropped my pen penultimate Friday, I did not envisage that another statement would come from President Muhammadu Buhari’s handlers, warning Nigerians not...

Turmoil. That is South Africa’s state of mind. The manifestation of this is violence at all levels; from the streets and campuses, through xenophobic...

The prolonged absence of President Muhammadu Buhari from Aso Rock Villa, on health grounds, has continued to generate unhealthy controversies around the wellbeing of...

There is a lot of heat in the country. Nigerians debate anything and everything. The views are varied and can differ so much that...

Never have I come across an institution that has fought so hard to be born, like the Nigerian Maritime University, Okerenkoko. It was conceived...

President Muhammadu Buhari’s new policy on whistle-blowing is revolutionary. Its goal is to broaden the attack on corruption by encouraging the general public to...
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I t was like a horror movie. At about 11pm last Friday, I received a strange text message from an unknown number, saying that...

Events after events have shown that the continued detention of the Director of Radio Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, by the Federal Government of Nigeria needs...
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The book is nearly seven years in print but I didn’t get a hold of it until sometime last year. Someone very close, whom...

For many Nigerians, 2016 has been a particularly interesting, but tough year. Nigerians at home and even in the Diaspora have said, at different...

When I dropped my pen last week, after the concluding part of my piece, titled, “Jagaban, Presidency and the rest of us”, I did...
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