Columns

Buhari, Atiku and the Allegory of “Danran” and “Gbafe”, By Festus Adedayo

Though it is tragic that the presidential equation would bring Nigerians to this sorry juncture where the choicelessness between the duo of Buhari and Atiku would stare them in the face, other considerations may well swing votes the way of the latter. For instance, no one has the preparedness for…
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Columns

Zamfara Killings and Yari’s Politics of Survival, By Zainab Suleiman Okino

...what is Yari’s staying power? Perhaps his capacity to be in the right place at the right time, knowing when to abandon a sinking ship, or subterfuge and even loyalty to a cause, who knows. The only thing that is certain is Yari’s inability and his failure to convert his…
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Opinion

What’s Really the Fuss About Aisha Alhassan’s Statement?, By Sikiru Akinola

Is that we believe if Asiwaju Bola Tinubu decides to run against Buhari, Nigeria’s information minister, Lai Mohammed will support the latter? Or that the spokesperson of the ruling APC, Bolaji Abdullahi, will support Buhari against Saraki?‎ Who does not know that this government came in through the coalition of…
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Opinion

Buhari Is My Nigeria’s Man of the Year, By Charles Anyiam

On getting into office, Buhari's resolve to return Nigeria to the path of sanity was unwavering. Saddled with an almost intimidating range of challenges - from a crumbling economy, poor international ratings, corruption to terrorism, Buhari remained undaunted. His appearance at the Presidential Villa in Abuja seems to have cast…
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