Sunday, April 20, 2014

Article of Faith: Why Pastors don’t go to Heaven, By Femi Aribisala

Femi Aribisala The “gospel” is now a product marketed with razzmatazz by mega-pastors and televangelists. I was having lunch at... read more

Restraint of Trade and Artistic Freedom in Nigeria, By Rotimi Fawole

The author doubts if telecommunication companies can legally enforce barring their brand ambassadors from working on projects of rival companies. …... read more

National Industrial Court and Judicial Absolutism in Nigeria, By Jiti Ogunye

Before the listing of the National Industrial Court (NIC) as a superior court of record and the definition of the... read more

Alas, the Pot Tags the Kettle Black! By Hannatu Musawa

Hannatu Musawa Some days back I had the bizarre experience of reading a statement made by the Peoples Democratic Party... read more

2015: Imperative of a Northeast Presidency, By Bukar Mustapha

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has just released the timetable for the 2015 general elections. This means political activities... read more

A Letter to Zahrah – A Valentine’s day confession, By Gimba Kakanda

I do not believe in love, woman. I don’t believe in that corporate romanticisation of lust we see in the... read more

Blow that whistle on corruption… it’s time to wake up! By Integrity Nigeria

This whole situation has again put in focus the need for a whistleblower protection act…... read more

National Conference: Preparing for a Marriage, Not a Wedding, By Reno Omokri

Reno Omokri, Photo: It’s time to prepare for the marriage…... read more

Our Civil Service at the Sill of the Future, By Tunji Olaopa

Nigeria, undoubtedly, is in the threshold of history. There are commendable development strides in the governance space which, if deepened... read more

The banality of teen sex on Valentine’s Day, By Gabriel Osamwonyi

Number of teen parents bound to increase post-Valentine’s Day…... read more

Reflections on the GLO-CAF Awards, By James Atinga

Any attempt at achieving success or recognition in any field requires some form of benchmarking with the top players in... read more

The Collective Challenge on the Anti-Graft War, By kayode Oladele

Fighting corruption without the involvement of the people and the civil society organizations is like trying to control flood and... read more

A love letter to my sweet Valentine, By Victor Ehikhamenor

Victor Ehikhamenor My dear love, I have no other way of calling you but by the very name that bring... read more

Hijab, Aregbesola and the Osun school reclassification war, By Saka Waheed Adekunle

The “hijab war” started before Aregbesola…... read more

Legislation against Nigerian gays is apt, By Olukayode Thomas Olukayode Thomas

Olukayode Thomas Gay people are not different from other perverts, they should go and get a cure.…... read more

Sanusi is down, but by no means out, By Garba Shehu

CBN Governor, Lamido Sanusi Sanusi’s tenure at the CBN seems a blessing to end the stealing of crude oil and... read more

Lagos and the threat of Boko Haram attacks, By Dele Agekameh

Dele Agekameh The Boko Haram terrorists are said to be planning to infiltrate the state in vehicles painted with military... read more

[Right of Reply] Re: Katsina low blow to VP Sambo, By Mohammed Ibrahim

Vice President Namadi Sambo “The attack on Katsina Governor, Ibrahim Shema certainly came out of nowhere; it was unprovoked, unnecessary,... read more

Bullying the South-South minorities, By Femi Aribisala

Femi Aribisala Let there be no mistake about it: the rejection of Jonathan in 2015 will be interpreted as the... read more

What does Bola Tinubu want?, By Femi Aribisala

Femi Aribisala The very things that made Tinubu successful in the South-West are bound to shipwreck him in the APC.…... read more

How to stop Jonathan from bankrupting Nigeria, By Bámidélé Adémólá-Olátéjú

Bámidélé Adémólá-Olátéjú The mistake of former President Olusegun Obasanjo did not end with installing an incompetent successor. In addition to... read more

Tsaraba from an adventurous journalist (III), By Muhammad Jameel Yusha’u

Muhammad Jameel Yusha’u … Continued from last week. Even before arriving Senegal, I had heard so much about Goree Island.... read more

The Malian Crisis: West Africa and the Hegemons, By Jibrin Ibrahim

Jibrin Ibrahim The Malian crisis has since January 2012 been on the African front-burner because of the shock waves it... read more

Again, A Case of Uncounted Billions, By Okey Ndibe

Okey Ndibe To a first-time visitor, much of Nigeria is likely to appear like the wreckage of a long war,... read more

A Street Perspective of the Citizen-Indigene Debate, By Nigeria Research Network

Nigeria is a multi-ethnic and multi-religious country. Over time, millions of Nigerians have migrated to other parts of the country... read more