Category: Opinion

Imo Gubernatorial Judgment: A Painful But Legally Correct Verdict

By Kenneth Ikonne• It is indeed a perplexing paradox: Hope Uzodinma may not have won the 2019 Imo State gubernatorial election, yet the Supreme Court, on the facts,...

Leapfrogging Human Rights in A Leap Year

•By Emmanuel Onwubiko• No doubt the year 2020 is a leap year, which means that we have a well-packed year going by the deficit of twenty-four hours in this calendar...

Isi Gate: Half Measures, Cloudy Vision in God’s Own State

By Tony Icheku• The pains of being a critic are taking a hard look at self and imagining being the criticised. Now imagine being the governor of a State like Abia...

The Myth and Veracity of Sex Offenders’ Register in Ogun

By Ademola Orunbon•  A sex offenders’ registry is a system in which various countries designed to allow government authorities to keep track of the activities of...

Few Hours with the New Minister of Power

•By Dan Njoku I was lucky a few days ago to meet the new minister of power, Eng Sale Mamman. I said “lucky” because meeting Nigeria’s big men is an...

Sale Mamman: Taking Right Steps in Nigeria’s Power House

By Emmanuel Bello Have you met the Minister of Power, Engr. Sale Mamman? I have and nothing has made me more confident that President Muhammadu Buhari has got his Man...

Saraki@57: A Man and His Nation’s Anti-Graft War

By Yusuph Olaniyonu Today, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, the 13th and third longest-serving President of the Nigerian Senate turns 57. The son of the Second Republic...

2019: Year of Black African Girls

By Emmanuel Onwubiko• I write from a profound background of experience as a child of a dark coloured mother and a husband of a black and beautiful wife. So this is...

Why Nigeria Ethnic Crisis is Under Pinned With Intolerance

By Lateef Ositelu• Tolerance is believed to be a virtue essential in promoting peaceful coexistence among diverse of people in the world. It is respect, acceptance and...

NUJ Ogun Council Crisis: In Whose Interest?

By Ademola Orunbon• Nine months after the successful conduct of its elective positions, the Nigerian Union of Journalists (NUJ) Ogun state council is still engulfed in...