Monday, May 20, 2019
The Presidential candidate of an unpopular political party in Nigeria, the United Progressive Party (UPP) has reeled out some interesting agenda of the party. Mr Chekwa Okorie said on a national television on Monday that his party's agenda is revolutionary,...
For so many years, Nigeria has depended solely on CRUDE OIL for revenue generation, but little is genuinely done about the much talked about diversification of the economy. The Minister of Finance, Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, has stressed the need for...
While countries around the world are working hard to move their nation to the next level bearing in mind the realities of our time and undertaking a good projection into the future, Nigerian leaders have continued to feed fat...

Do you have a view of any scope on any issue that you would like to share? Come to the 'Town hall' and let's hear you. Or simply read what people think and write what you think of what...
By Austin Isikhuemen: PROLOGUE: Leo, well done. That guy will never forget this positive reinforcement. Let me share my own story:   A friend and his family came to Benin from Yola for Xmas. They decided they would come and spend a night...
It is no longer news that President Muhammadu Buhari could not return to the seat of the Nigerian government in Abuja on Sunday, February 5, as earlier scheduled. The National Assembly has been duly informed of this development as...
By Ezeali (Sir) Jonas Udeji. In South Africa, it has become a culture to shift blame in order to either divert attention from the real issues on the ground or look for someone, public servant or a political party, to...
The recent massacre of hundreds of innocent men, women and children in Enugu has brought to the fore the escalating menace of malevolent marauders suspected to be either terrorists or herdsmen or both. The Enugu state Commissioner of Police...
Linda Ikeji is a name that rings a loud bell in the social media community and beyond. Wikipedia lists Linda as a blogger, entrepreneur and writer. It states that the 38-year-old English graduate of the University of Lagos began...
THE TRADITIONAL AFRICAN WOMAN The “traditional” African woman is still here and is ... Still cooking. Still doing the dishes. Still taking care of her home. Still being very submissive to God. Still getting pregnant and giving birth. Still working 8-5 in her place of work...