Category: Opinions

Opinion: Why Nigeria Needs To Back Amaju Pinnick’s ambition for 2017 Caf Election

Whenever he decides to relinquish his iron grip on the headship of African football, Cameroonian Issa Hayatou will be remembered as one man who had the opportunity to...

Opinion: The other side of the abandoned Kano Pillars-FC Ifeanyi Ubah tie

The anxiety and expectation were freezing, the excitement was fever pitched as enthusiastic fans looked forward to another football season filled with brilliance and...

Intrigues, Power Play & Insensitive Callousness Resulting To Titus Kehinde’s Demise

I came to know about the predicament of late Titus Kehinde way back July, 2016 when it was brought to my attention and I spoke with him extensively to balance the story...

Opinion: How Buhari’s Government Is Weaponizing Hunger, By Adekoya Boladale

When Feyisayo, a 36-year old trader and a single mother of three left her home in Imeri, a village in Ose local council area of Ondo State, to cast her ballot in the...

Aregbesola, LAUTECH Crisis and The Way Forward

Since Ondo state has started owing months of salaries, I have taken a second thought and reduce the level of criticism I do make on the person of Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola....

Opinion: Kogi, A State Where Workers Turn To Begging For Survival By Hon Alfa Tijani

Some workers in public and civil service in Kogi State have turned to begging to survive the hard economic realities in the State. It was observed that some workers, in...

Tinubu, Atiku, Saraki And Makarfi’s PDP: The Hazy Political Romance

CHIBUZO UKAIBE, captures the evolving intrigues surrounding the political schemings ahead of the 2019 general election. Prospects of a new political party emerging ahead...

Okene-Kabba, Kabba -Omuo Road Rehabilitation: Fact & Struggle For Cheap Political Popularity

Recently, the social media was awashed with praise singing by Kogi State “government boys” who claimed the award of contract for the rehabilitation of...

Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello Going Astray – Adewale Giwa

If Nigerians did not protest against the anti-social media law sponsored by Bala Ibn Na’allah, a member of the ruling All Progressives Congress from Kebbi State that...

Opinion: I Believe So Much In Kogi’s Unity

People love it when you criticise some things which they do not believe in, practices which are contrary to what they practice or contrary views. They call you objective...

The Thought Of Yahaya’s Absence And The Dark Speeches Of His Deputy

The fact that Kogi State thrives in controversies and rumours of negative reports about its leaders came to the fore once again with speculations trailing the recent...

Tearing Your Green Card Doesn’t Stop Trump Becoming President – Nigerian In Diaspora

Anthony Akinola, a Nigerian Student abroad writes on behalf of the awaiting calamity to soon befall Professor Wole Soyinka, in his recent renouncement of his USA...

#SultanAt10: A Quiet Leader That Just Was Not There – Dr. Peregrino Brimah

Amirul Mumineen Sultan Muhammadu Sa’ad Abubakar III is a quiet man. So quiet that it appears he is mostly not there. The esteemed leader of Nigeria’s Muslims...

Policing Post Conflict Northern Nigeria: A Gargantuan Task Before IGP Ibrahim

It is no longer news that the establishment of the North-East Development Commission (NEDC) has been approved by the Senate. With this in place, it is obvious that all...