What Does A Nigerian Legislator Do?

Prince Charles Dickson | 2014-11-24
What Does A Nigerian Legislator Do?

When it was Chibok abducted girls, nobody climbed the gate, when it was mass killings of innocent Nigerians in Yobe, Borno, Adamawa, Gombe, Plateau, Taraba, Bauchi, Madalla and the two Abuja Bomb blasts, nobody thought it wise to climb the gate...

Advance towards the Niger …Childhood Memoir of the Nigerian civil war

Niyi Egbe | 2014-11-23
Advance towards the Niger …Childhood Memoir of the Nigerian civil war

That the Nigerian war occurred would ever bleed my soul, more so with the often insensitive conduct of our political leaders, sustained injustice, socio-economic imbalances and unhealthy ethnic dichotomy that persist in our national life. This is sad

Daybreak 2015

Adeola Aderounmu | 2014-11-23
Daybreak 2015

The fear of Daybreak 2015 is turning out to be a nightmare for both APC and PDP. Nigeria enters an unpleasant national phase of both political and economic necroses.

From Execu-thieves to Law-breakers – A Tale of Greed, Egotism and Corruption

Akintokunbo A Adejumo | 2014-11-23
From Execu-thieves to Law-breakers – A Tale of Greed, Egotism and Corruption

I will still urge and plead with my people NOT to let these disastrous rulers of their states realise their inordinate, perverse, self-seeking, narcissist, insensitive and uncaring ambitions. Most of them are supposed to be in jail, not making laws

Share Mental Energy For Younger Wiser Richer Age

Farouk Martins Aresa | 2014-11-22
Share Mental Energy For Younger Wiser Richer Age

Mental Energy is love and desire like basic need after food and shelter; but these are instinctual. They may change or not last, so cannot be reliable every time. Most depend on prayers to gods that never fails, sun or goodwill that made a difference

Nigeria As An Animal Farm

Lawrence Chinedu Nwobu | 2014-11-22
Nigeria As An Animal Farm

Most people I know would gladly go back to the colonial government than continue with the slavery we call independence and the leeches we call leaders.


 

THAT NOTORIOUS GATE IN ABUJA

THAT NOTORIOUS GATE IN ABUJA

Fellow Nigerians, today is one of those days that I don’t even know where to start from. I’m sure you won’t blame me for finding myself in this lethargic and somnambulist state.