Friday, January 18, 2019
By Peace Kanu In the last two weeks, the world has listened and watched with bated breath, news of the recent spate of xenophobic attacks in South Africa, which hve claimed the lives of at least six foreign nationals, including...
My name is Lovelyn Chidinma Nwadeyi. I am a Nigerian. Born in Nigeria to two Nigerian parents. Raised in Queenstown, Eastern Cape by those same Nigerian parents right up until I completed my Bachelors at Stellenbosch. Growing up in South...
  By Sisonke Msimang Any African who has ever tried to visit South Africa will know that the country is not an easy entry destination. South African embassies across the continent are almost as difficult to access as those of the UK...
“When it comes to mobile connectivity, rich and poor countries are increasingly looking alike,” a senior World Bank economist, Borko Handjiski, in a blog post this week. According to Handjiski, growth in mobile connectivity will bring Africa closer to other developed countries...
As Nigerians, there is nothing much we can do at this time than to spread the good news: "We want violence-free elections in Nigeria, before, during and after the elections". Several peace accords have been signed, but we believe the...
A group, the Coalition Of Concerned Nigerians, on Monday put forward seven reasons they are demanding for the removal of the chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, Professor Attahiru Jega. Pushing for the removal, they took to the streets...
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,...
Wednesday January 14, 2015 will remain a major milestone in Nigeria’s political journey as on that day, leaders of the country’s major political parties signed a peace pact, ahead of the February 14 presidential election, to reject pre and...
I don’t know whether we know how idiotic it sounds when people keep chorusing that Nigeria needs a president that can fight corruption. I do know however that people in saner climes would be laughing at us for seeking someone...
I often wonder whether those who say Jonathan has done NOTHING are actually Nigerians. If they are, do they reside in Nigeria? True, GEJ might not have done ENOUGH, in view of the hunger for transformation after decades of decay...