Jigawa of their Dream, Sule Lamido of Our Dream

Zayyad I. Muhammad | 2014-04-23
Jigawa of their Dream, Sule Lamido of Our Dream

An unprecedented development is taking place in all sectors in Jigawa State. Governor Sule Lamido is demonstrating the general belief that, a leadership that is well-read, competent; with the right leadership skills, exposure and behavior is a compet

President Jonathan Applauds General Buhari’s Patriotic Call For National Unity Against Terrorism

Reuben Abati | 2014-04-23
President Jonathan Applauds General Buhari’s Patriotic Call For National Unity Against Terrorism

President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan commends General Muhammadu Buhari for his very statesman-like views on terrorism and insecurity in Nigeria as expressed in his article which was published by the media over the past two days.

Nigeria Does Not Have And Does Not Need A Police Force

Benjamin Obiajulu Aduba | 2014-04-23
Nigeria Does Not Have And Does Not Need A Police Force

The term Nigeria Police Force (NPF) is very misleading. NPF is a term used by some men and women in uniform who extort money from the citizenry. Nobody should doubt that Nigeria does not have and does not need a police force.

Nyako in a Sandy Castle

Chuks Ordi | 2014-04-23
Nyako in a Sandy Castle

Mr Murital Nyako has shown that he has nothing to do with both history and details. Or simply put, he has chosen to be a splinter from and walk alone from Northern Elders resolve to solve Boko Haram riddle by accusing Federal authority of complicity.

Developing the Culture of Feedback

Bobby Udoh | 2014-04-23
Developing the Culture of Feedback

As it has been my focus, I want to highlight another aspect of our way of life and its hindrance in our effort to build a developed Nigeria. The lack of feedback is part of the prevailing culture of most Nigerians.

JAMB: How not to 'move education forward’

Levi Obijiofor | 2014-04-22
JAMB: How not to 'move education forward’

Computer-based testing of students in an environment in which access to computers is highly limited is an unwise, inequitable, prejudiced, and discriminatory method of testing candidates.


 

The Politics of Life and Death

The Politics of Life and Death

Fellow Nigerians, these are not the best of times for our long-suffering country. I don’t even know where to start from. I have been in this state of stupor and confusion since the bomb blast of last Monday near Abuja.