‘As a historian myself, I have taken the keenest interest in this development, for it is through the aid of these Arabic documents and those written in African languages in Arabic scripts (more…)
We’ve had many essays that addressed leadership problems in Nigeria. Many columnists have posited that the only way out of read more
Josephine Agwu is a cleaner who works at the Murtala Muhammed airport in Lagos. At sighting a cash of $12,000 read more
When you study the history of electioneering in Nigeria since 2003, you will discover that there is a recurring trend. read more
Friday in the Muslim world is a very sacrosanct day that affords the faithful opportunity to congregate and share thoughts. read more
I voted President Buhari in the last election. But no, it wasn’t because I thought he could change anything; I read more
The Mo Ibrahim’s prize for achievement in African leadership was announced few weeks ago and for the umpteenth time there read more
Obviously, the position of CAN which premised education as a sole property of missionaries requires rigorous review. The colonial authorities read more
On September 11, 2003, two teachers at the Franklin Science Academy in Muskogee, Oklahoma, were discussing the terrorist attacks that read more
It is the middle of the year and also the last month in the second quarter of 2016. Thus, the read more
The Nigerian Senate has been shrouded in controversies of late which has resorted to Nigerians believing that nothing good can read more
The recent I don’t care attitude of governments at all levels in Nigeria drew my attention to an incident that occurred when growing up.
News had it then that a cabinet member of a state had lost his family members to a car crash due to bad condition of roads within the state.
That was about 20 years ago. (more…)
News filtered in during the course of plenary at the Nigerian senate chamber last week that the ongoing amendment to the code of conduct bureau and tribunal act as well as the administration of criminal justice act had been suspended.
To some Nigerians it is a welcome development after the pressure was mounted on members of the red chamber to drop the amendment at this period. (more…)
Eunice, Precious and Taofeeq are friends whose certain challenges in life endeavours –what my other spiritual friends will call trials read more
Africa, the Dark Continent of Conrad, has for long been a victim of civilization. The legacies of colonization have sharply read more
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