Columns

Sule Lamido on President Buhari: the Death of Nigeria, By Pius Adesanmi

...a primitive Fulani ethnic supremacist is still openly canvassing Fulani blood purity as the most important qualification for the Nigerian presidency. If you are an adult Nigerian, you know that we are just lucky that Sule Lamido spoke openly. There are hundreds of thousands more in the closet where that…
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The Greed and Rascality of the APC, By Femi Aribisala

In view of the milestone achieved in 2015 as a result of Jonathan’s gentlemanly departure, APC represents the worst thing that has happened to Nigerian democracy in recent times. There are so many things wrong with the PDP. It is an understatement to insist it is a very imperfect political…
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Opinion

PDP is Too Corrupt and Too Sick to Lead the Opposition, By SKC Ogbonnia

Posterity beckons on patriotic minds within the different opposition camps, therefore, to unite towards the path to a true democratic culture. Instead of the maddening rush to the ruling party, it is time to explore a new opposition party that is steadily alert to expose the weakness of the APC…
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Opinion

Re: Badaru and the Fallacy of PDP Decampees In Jigawa State, By Zakari Kafin Hausa

The silence of Governor Badaru as a mark of respect to Sule Lamido should not be taken for granted. If Governor Badaru is silent, the people of Jigawa State will no longer keep silent. In a highly uncharitable tone, one writer, Dahiru Hassan Kera, twisted facts and mangled history in…
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Columns

Government Media Aides and Public Analysis, By Gimba Kakanda

The Java-scripted reactions to critics of Buhari's early days, if not countered and defied, may make the zealous supporter of former President Jonathan, described as "Jonathanian", end up in our history books as actually tolerant partisans, noting the emergence of unbearably obnoxious I was part of a discourse instigated by…
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