Change Versus Status Quo: The Mistakes Of The Jonathan Presidency

Lawrence Chinedu Nwobu | 2014-09-15
Change Versus Status Quo: The Mistakes Of The Jonathan Presidency

No Nigerian president has enjoyed the initial support and benefit of doubt that accompanied the Jonathan presidency. The peculiar circumstances surrounding his emergence no doubt contributed to the support and public trust he enjoyed at the beginnin

The parrots, senior partners, and experts amongst us

Prince Charles Dickson | 2014-09-15
The parrots, senior partners, and experts amongst us

The Nigeria Medical Association disagree on resumption with the Health Minister, the Minister in turn retorts that the date of school resumption was picked in consolation with experts.

Benue State Unprecedented Debt Profile Under Governor Gabriel Suswam’s Administration.

James T. Iorlumun | 2014-09-15
Benue State Unprecedented Debt Profile Under Governor Gabriel Suswam’s  Administration.

Benue State also enjoyed debt relief of $242 million from the Paris Club and £92 million from London Club of creditors under the same arrangement. Domestic debts to contractors in the state were drastically reduced as well by the previous govt.

The Quest For A New World Caliphate

Femi Fani-Kayode | 2014-09-13
The Quest For A New World Caliphate

it is a matter of tremendous relief and indeed joy that President Barack Obama has announced that it is the intention of the United States to ‘’degrade and destroy’’ ISIL by launching a series of deadly airstrikes

Let Us Probe Nigeria’s Defence Spending

Sonala Olumhense | 2014-09-13
Let Us Probe Nigeria’s Defence Spending

As a Nigerian, I am mystified about the hard times our military is having with the Boko Haram murderers in the northeast.

Two things are particularly disturbing. The first is the superior firepower that the murderers possess, and the capacity they have developed, in less than five years, to use them.

Q and A on Comparison of Nigerian and Native Varieties of English

Farooq A. Kperogi | 2014-09-13
Q and A on Comparison of Nigerian and Native Varieties of English

Is the word “bastard” no longer a bad word among native English speakers? Is the expression “with immediate effect” uniquely Nigerian? Why isn’t the word “indigene” found in dictionaries? Is it “Ebola Virus Disease” or “Ebola Viral Disease”? For answers to these questions, read below: