Opinion

Wike Is Afraid Of Wike, By Okanga Agila

”Let your consciousness, savoir faire and understanding liberate you from all the clutches of delusions, dopiness, greed, arrogance, sufferings and hopelessness. Let you reclaim your brilliance, be able to interact with the core of your […]

Opinion

Insecurity: Nigeria’s Janjaweeds At Crossroads, By Emeka Umeagbalasi, Obianuju Joy Igboeli and Chidimma Evan Udegbunam

Originally, the Janjaweed or mounted men with guns or bandits is Arab militia active in Sudan, particularly in the Darfur region; peopled by Sudanese Arab camel/cattle herders. Primitively formed for offensives against rival farmers/owners of farmlands, the Janjaweed […]

Louis Odion
Opinion

Stalking the Affluent Society, By Louis Odion

John Galbraith characterised the affluent society in part as the showpiece of the promise of capital in the post-industrial age. Once normalcy had been restored to America’s economic climate after the Great Depression of the […]

Opinion

An Existential Threat, By Femi Fani-Kayode

“Ignorant and useless Zamfara people where are you? We are here in your Zamfara and we are urging you to come out and face us!”- ISIS West Africa (ISWA).  These are just some of the […]

Opinion

Census By Imagination, By Aniebo Nwamu

Nobody knows the actual population of Nigeria today.  Not even the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) which intermittently releases figures knows. The foreigners, it seems, conduct censuses from their air-conditioned offices in New York. In […]

Opinion

What Ails Chris Ngige? By Louis Odion

The one we knew was the petite David who turned the table against the Goliath of infernal godfathers in Anambra. They thought they had his hands tied with a dark oath at the Okija altar. […]