Hopefully, for his own sake, Nuhu Ribadu will become Adamawa State’s next governor, following his decampment to the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) last week to run for the governorship As a person, I wish him well.
Disclaimer: I do not write this article in favour of the Northern Elders Forum (NEF), which last week gave President Goodluck Jonathan an October deadline to rescue the abducted Chibok girls or...
For those who have some difficulty understanding how Nigeria has come to be stuck in quicksand, a review of two similar scenarios may be helpful.
In the wake of the gale of impeachment threats and processes across the country, the drama involving the Nasarawa State House of Assembly and the governor, Umaru Al-Makura, offers interesting lessons.
Tomorrow in Washington, DC, the United States hosts the US-Africa Summit, a three-day meeting with Africa’s leaders. I hope the event is a tremendous success.
This is a review of the recent public lecture: “Wole Soyinka: 80 Years Of Genius & Prophetic Outrage,” by the respected Rev. Matthew Hassan Kukah, the Catholic Bishop of Sokoto.
In two days, Nigeriaâ€™s most powerful man will make his inaugural 2015 election campaign statement. He probably does not know it yet.
Brazil did not win the 2014 World Cup into which she poured such formidable resources and emotion.
On June 25, Nigeria received from Liechtenstein N37 billion ($227 million), another slice of the funds looted by General Sani Abacha.
The defeat of Governor Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti State last weekend is not the first time a state governor at the peak of his powers will be defeated. It will not be last.
Two symbolic images of Nigerian life make you shake your head. The first occurs when the leader of our democracy refuses to show up in public unless he has behind him a military officer in uniform.