Columns

Obasanjo, Dino Melaye, and the Impossibility of Nigeria’s Progress, By Pius Adesanmi

Nigerian, you already know by now that Baba Olusegun Obasanjo recently wrote a letter to the National Assembly, calling them names and accusing them of corruption. That the National Assembly has been Nigeria’s most notorious assembly of integrity-challenged and irresponsible thieves since 1999 is no news to you. It is…
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Aribisala on Tuesday

Time to End the Bad Blood Between the Yorubas and Ndigbo, By Femi Aribisala

The hatred between the Yoruba and Ndigbo has gone on for far too long. Let there be love shared among us! The Yorubas and the Igbos, two of the most resourceful, engaging and outgoing ethnic groups in Nigeria, are becoming implacable enemies. Increasingly, they seem to hate one another with…
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Opinion

The Morality and Immorality of Corruption in Nigeria, By Ikechukwu Odigbo

..what is facing President Buhari is indeed a tall order, assuming he really wishes to fight corruption. It is important for him to see how corruption has spread all through the fabric of the nation, so that he will sit down and device a thoroughgoing solution, as hunting down politicians…
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Adeolu Ademoyo

The Federal Question And The Army’s Massacre of Shiites in Zaria, By Adeolu Ademoyo

In defining our values for us, the Nigerian army is becoming a threat to us. The Nigerian army has crossed the line in defining civilian values in a democracy. This has to stop. Mr. Sani Usman, the army spokesperson must be called to order to stop his partisan and unprofessional…
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