Category: Viewpoint

A wake-up call on Abuja earth tremors

By Adewale Kupoluyi NATURAL disasters often occur without prior notice. In most cases, when they occur, they have devastating effects on human lives and property.…

Fayemi: Ekiti and hope rekindled

By Femi Odere In “Paradise Regained” by John  Milton, the English poet quipped that “The childhood shows the man, As morning shows the day.” Probably…

Osun guber and the days ahead

By Abiodun Komolafe Again, Osun governorship election has come and gone with its attendant bliss and despair. A winner has emerged while losers have either…

Now that Atiku has emerged

By Godwin Etakibuebu IT is now a fact of the public market place that Atiku Abubakar, former vice-president to Olusegun Obasanjo, is now the presidential…

Using women to stop vote-buying

By Olabisi Salis As the wind of democracy keeps blowing across Nigeria, one needs to take a  critical look of what democracy as a word…

Sule Lamido: A lesson in commitment

By Rawlings Okorie THE People’s Democratic Party, PDP,  has become the beautiful bride of Nigerian political class going by the gale of political defections by…

Udom : Winning with workers

By Ony EkpeneruBESIDES massive construction and rehabilitation of roads, as well as  rehabilitation of hospitals, one other area that has distinguished Governor Udom Emmanuel among…

Reno Omokri in a spell of gaffe

By Simon Ebegbulem He indulges in self-adulation as a bestselling author of “Facts Versus Fiction: The True Story of the Jonathan Years”. Reno Omokri, the…

Osun: A peep into the future

By Abiodun Komolafe IT is a matter of days before the electorate in Osun goes to the polls to elect a successor to Rauf Aregbesola,…

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