(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.
(By Ezejide Charles Onyeka) “How can I become the leader today when these “ancestors” of mine are still piloting jealously the affairs of the leadership
(By Bayo Olupohunda) “His critics alleged his statement “fuelled” the violence that erupted in the North after the 2011 elections. Only recently, an attempt was
(By John Anusie) “Although we contend with a morbid reality, the reality that Nigeria at 54 is still a kid, it is indefensible and just plain absurd
(By Dolapo Aina) “One possible lesson from Rwanda is that sectarian bloodletting is not a mass hysteria. It’s not an organic mania that sweeps over
(By Steve Arowolo) “I write with deep concern for our people, and for our collective existence as a nation, and I sympathise with the families
(The Economist) “Perhaps the worst aspect of the Nigerian government’s handling of the abduction is its seeming indifference to the plight of the girls’
(By George Olalekan Jimoh) “The Nigerian people desire a safe, secure and peaceful environment. The present democracy needs to move in to strengthen and sustain