Opinion

When Nigeria decides, Nigeria wins, By Linda Thomas-Greenfield

The world takes notice when Nigerians, citizens of Africa’s largest democracy, decide. By participating peacefully and enthusiastically in the recent electoral processes in March and April, millions of Nigerians stood strong to re-affirm Nigeria as a leader for democracy in Africa — and around the world. It was an honor…
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Guest Columns

Debating Reno Omokri and Reuben Abati, By Garba Shehu

The weekend press was, as usual, very generous with its pages dealing with the Special Adviser to the President on Media, “my friend before, before” as we say in Nigerian parlance, Dr. Reuben Abati. Reuben was joined in the attack on General Muhammadu Buhari’s refusal to attend presidential political debates…
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Guest Columns

President Jonathan and the Doubting Thomases, By Yushau Shuaib

Doubting Thomases is the plural of a 'doubting Thomas'. It refers to an incredulous or habitually doubtful person who is sceptical and refuses to believe anything without proof. I learnt the expression is a reference to the Apostle Thomas in the Bible, who refused to believe that Jesus Christ had…
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Aribisala on Tuesday

The end of Buhari`s Presidential Candidacy, By Femi Aribisala

If Nigeria is a nation of laws and of the rule of law, the presidential candidacy of Muhammadu Buhari should end this week. The reason is well-known to all. Buhari swore an oath on his INEC application that his credentials are with the military. This turned out to be an…
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