Columns

American Visa Ban As Nigeria’s Madman In Custody of Mother’s Corpse, By Festus Adedayo

The Nigerian politician is the proverbial mad man left in possession of his mother’s corpse. He has loaned his sense of righteousness, justice and knowledge of what is right to unseen and unknown demons. America and the West, havens where our politicians funnel stolen funds and where they run to,…
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Opinion

Of Yahaya Bello and the Urgent Need to Fix the Lokoja-Abuja Road, By Abdullahi O. Haruna

What to do so that a governor will not have to become a traffic warden when he is supposed to be attending to other vital functions of the state? The Federal Government, through the Federal Ministry of Works, needs to urgently find a way to fix the road, which has…
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Columns

2019 Presidential Election: The Choice Before Nigerians, By Zainab Suleiman Okino

...all the card-carrying members of the leading parties, if any, are insignificant and not enough to give victory to the candidates in comparison to the electorate. It is therefore imperative for the electorate to own the process, devoid of sentiments, and vote for a candidate they prefer in a fair…
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Opinion

Gomina’s Ghost: A Case For Séance, By Louis Odion

The bizarre controversy May 23 has generated seems to be consistent with Kogi's heritage of absurdity and willful perversion of the course of natural justice since November 2015. Being a child of manipulation, perhaps we should learn to live with Bello's sense of entitlement. Before we set forth, some clarity…
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Opinion

Yahaya Bello: A Rookie Governor And His Needless Retinue of Advisers, By Ahmed Oluwasanjo

The rookie governor has a lot to learn from his counterparts in other states. Take for instance, the governor of Lagos State - the most viable and richest state in Nigeria with an estimated annual internally generated revenue (IGR) of about N276 billion, according to National Bureau of Statistics (NBS),…
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