(By Whyte Habeeb Ibidapo) “Power I know is a great aphrodisiac, and those with a will would grasp and beaver away to get it. The
(By Orukotan Ayomikun Samuel) “While history answers these questions of uncertainty, it is worthy to note that the 2015 general elections present us with no
(By Mohammed Ibrahim Abba) “The IGP’s overt partisanship, however, only goes to prove that nothing is ever quite normal in Nigeria for in saner climes,
(By Innocent Tochukwu Okoro) “In mouth-gaping amazement, I stood starry-eyed, trying to figure out why an African woman, a supposed magnet of respect, would degenerate
(By Kennedy Emetulu) “Really? Okay, here is a simple test. Soyinka, in the course of his national interventions, had reasons to criticize some of those
(By Olusegun Adeniyi) “I get the drift of the man. More than at any period in our history, Nigeria is today at crossroads on several fronts.
(By Hemenseter Butu) “When we vote, be it in a classroom of 50, a local government or a nation of 160 million, we must seek
(By Abdulbaqi jari) “Since a youth is between the ages of 18-35 in Nigeria, the office of the President of the federal republic of Nigeria is strictly out
(By Kayode Oyemakinde) “It is difficult to comprehend the lies of this current administration on how it has ‘transformed’ Nigeria. It has hinged this on
(By Adekoya Boladale) “With the current postulations of possible electoral outcome, the odds favours the President as the Nigeria voting pattern is more ruralist than cosmopolitan.