Muhammadu Buhari is sleeping comfortably while the very party that brought him to power is being destroyed. Read more.
There are still serious challenges with transparency in processes, lack of clarity and certainty regarding investments incentives. Read more.
The contraband legislators represent clear and present danger to the pursuit of happiness, life, liberty, and prosperity of our people. Read more.
Did the Nigerian Senate president just set up a committee to “resolve the controversies on the earning of senators?” Read more.
Tola Adeniyi did not just ‘speak truth to power’, he hurled literary grenades to power. Read more.
“The figures of poverty in our society – 110 million by current estimates makes it clear our biggest problem is extreme poverty of majority.” Read more.
They have to go! Read more.
Abiodun Komolafe says, “So, blame Aregbesola for being a governor, not a paymaster. But what no one came blame him for is non-performance!” Read more.
Responsibility and recourse for indiscipline, recklessness, nonchalance and failure to fulfil sworn obligations must be dealt with promptly. Read more.
NIGERIA: President Buhari’s Failure To Declare His Assets Publicly Is Treacherous And Heart Breaking
We have had enough of deceits and irresponsible governance in this country, it is time for change, so let the change begin. Read more.
Buhari will need to show great courage to turn the administration of the justice sector around quickly. So what can he actually do? Read more.
As for Nuhu Ribadu, his continuing and enduring presence in Nigeria’s political scene is good. Read more.
The Presidency has walked a delicate balance through the crisis and seems to have retained more credibility than the APC as a party. Read more.
We rest our hope for justice on the Judiciary. Read more.
Abubakar Shekau Boko Haram leader said, “We would marry them out at the age of 9.” Read the full story now.
Yana said the militants had forced her to have sex with them. Read more.
Some Nigerians advocate for Goodluck Jonathan to be nominated for the Mo Ibrahim and Nobel Peace prize. What do you think? Read more.
They held knife up to my neck, “You do not want to convert to Islam? We will kill you…” So I said, “Yes, I will convert.” I begged them not to kill me.
“Two Boko Haram men grabbed me. Then two others came. They trekked with me to their leader. Then they took me to the house,” Ishaya said. Read more.
The British were in the Niger-Benue area to pursue their interests, which were largely economic and strategic. Read more