Saturday, April 19, 2014

Confab delegates and the unity of Nigeria, By Saleh Ashaka

Writer presses the argument of a united Nigeria.…... read more

How do we make decisions in Nigeria? By Tolu Ogunlesi

“…the decisions that most affect our lives as Nigerians are made with the same attention to detail as decisions about... read more

Another Long Walk Begins (2), By Akin Adesokan

Akin Adesokan Right now, I have before me two documents: the Bill proposed to the Nigerian parliament in 2006 to... read more

The Numbers Game in the National Conference, By Jibrin Ibrahim

Jibrin Ibrahim Over the next three months, (or longer, as I understand some delegates are already campaigning for an extension... read more

Crying For Hope, By Ose Oyamendan-Eimakhu

I’m 35,000 feet above the ground, floating in a giant mechanical bird that man calls an airplane. This has become... read more

Measuring Bank Liquidity, By Ifeanyi Uddin

In the last four years, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has tightened monetary conditions even as inflation moved into... read more

A State’s Welfare Triumphalism And Its Economic Implications, By Aderemi Idowu

Remi Idowu The primary objective of a good government is to impact positively on its citizenry through policies and programmes... read more

National Conference and the art of dialogue, By Nnimmo Bassey

{courtesy:} Delegates have to get to the point of hearing and feeling each other, author says.…... read more

The Barbarians Of Africa, Femi Fani-Kayode

Femi Fani-Kayode Last week I wrote an essay titled ”12 Years A Slave and The Case For Reparations”. It was... read more

Article of Faith: Unraveling the Mystery of Dreams, By Femi Aribisala

Femi Aribisala The fact that you saw someone in a dream does not mean the dream is about him.  In... read more

Proactive Leadership, By Taiwo Odukoya

Where there is no vision, the people perish…  (Proverbs 29:18a) A 2005 research by Tiina Jokinen of the University of... read more

Nigeria: A clueless generation, By Sunday Ogidigbo

Sunday Ogidigbo I don’t blame the people that think that Nigeria is God’s cartoon network. One hundred years after the... read more

ELEVATED SIGHT: Dangers of Lagging Behind God’s Agenda [3], By Fred Adetiba

This is the third and concluding part of this series. Kindly follow these links for the part one and two.... read more

By the Way, What is SLS doing About Reno Omokri? By Pius Adesanmi

PIUS ADESANMI I am not done with Sanusi Lamido Sanusi’s post-suspension politics yet. I stated last week that he is... read more

Surprise Inspiration, By Hannatu Musawa

Hannatu Musawa Last week was an extraordinarily difficult week for me professionally, personally and medically. Usually when I go through... read more

Prayer For Nigeria, By Amenaghawon Joseph

Joseph I.Amenaghawon In Nigeria, we pride ourselves as being very religious and prayerful people. It is not uncommon for our... read more

The growing militia threats, By Zainab Suleiman Okino

Zainab Suleiman Okino Everyday, hundreds of people are killed across the country. The killings are attributed to the rising threat... read more

Power Sector: Government is Attempting an Escape, By Garba Shehu

It doesn’t sound like we have a government in place. If we had one, someone should start worrying about the... read more

Abba Moro and the War on the Poor, By Okey Ndibe

Okey Ndibe I was going to title this piece, “Why is Abba Moro Still a Minister?” but changed my mind.... read more

Centenary awards without Ribadu: A huge mistake, By Saleh Ashaka

“The extent aggrieved persons could go to get even was exposed when Obasanjo left government and the politicians swooped on... read more

Bamidele Upfront: Nigeria’s Herods, Herodias and Salomes, By Bamidele Olateju

Bámidélé Adémólá-Olátéjú I write to you today as a people who are rejecters of truth. Truth is bitter, truth is... read more

A Jerry Rawlings solution for Nigeria, By Femi Aribisala

Femi Aribisala A fictitious prescription for Nigeria’s class of political “lootocrats.”…... read more

What Hope for the Unemployed Graduate? By Gidado Yushau Shuaib

As a student, I still have the fear of tomorrow after graduation if one could get a job or die... read more

Death as Employment Strategy in Nigeria, By Adeshina Afolayan

Nigeria is a wonderful country, no doubt. And I am not concerned about its abundant mineral resources or climatic condition.... read more

Let’s leave religion out of Nigeria’s politics, By Tolu Ogunlesi

“They knew that Nigerians don’t query their religious leaders.”…... read more