Opinion

The Three-Pronged Wahala of Baba Onnoghen, By Simbo Olorunfemi

Baba Onnoghen is only a metaphor for what we have become as individuals, a people and the nation. His is a multi-layered, multi-pronged tragedy that has everyone disingenuously roped in. Not even the reported indictment of the CJN by the National Judicial Council (NJC) will change the minds of those…
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Bámidélé Upfront

Judicial Tyrants and The Rule Of Thieves, By Bámidélé Adémólá-Olátéjú

Can justice be served in the case of Justice Ofili-Ajumogobia and her indicted colleagues? Hopefully! We must show our collective outrage and see this cancer for what it is. The arrests, indictments and evidences confirm what we have known all along but which the government ignored - that the judiciary…
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Opinion

History Lessons on Doing the Right Thing the Wrong Way, By Chidi Anselm Odinkalu

Without a sense of history, Nigerians are always desperate to get suckered by the next strong man promising to fight corruption in even more inventive ways. We are never short of enthusiastic “patriots” who want to see "elites" – the hated big men and their mistresses – put down in…
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Opinion

Judges Arrest: Gestapo Gimmick Not Change, By Ken Tadaferua

The gestapo style arrest of judges is nothing but a gimmick, a diversionary ploy that does not stop budget padding, legislators rogue pay, multiples of presidential luxury jets, lack of water, basic health facilities, power, food, jobs etc. We have been fooled for too long. This is one reason why…
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