THE TRAGEDY OF IGBO CHASING RATS WHILE THE…

(Written by Tony Nnadi from the Perspective of the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-Determination, NINAS, January 3, 2022). (1) At a time the rest of Nigeria is vigorously debating the urgency of addressing the…

Maybe the North has woken up

By Lekan Sote There are conflicting reports of an escape by Sultan Sa’ad Abubakar III of Sokoto, who left the Nigeria Army (to ascend the throne of Shehu Uthman dan Fodio), as a Brigadier-General, through…

Tears of Professor Tomori

by Femi Olugbile [caption id="attachment_239" align="alignnone" width="300"] Dr Femi Olugbile[/caption] Oyewale Tomori Professor of Virology, is one of those larger than life figures you could routinely meet on the corridors as a Medical Student at…

LEADERSHIP IN A QUAGMIRE

“It has been noted that although humankind first civilized in Africa, he has not continued to do so there. Africa lost it a long time ago. The problem with contemporary Africa and in particular Nigeria…

The power of saying ‘I am sorry’

By Martins Oloja As it is now quite clear that our present crop of leaders at all levels may have hardened their hearts about the expediency of rebuilding Nigeria at this time, I think we…

State of anarchy

By Sonala Olumhense Nigeria’s new normal: a robust state of anarchy, continued undisturbed last week. At the University of Abuja, half an hour away from the presidential palace, hoodlums in brisk but leisurely business mode…

Impunity and the assault on our freedom

By Dan Agbese Ghosts are everywhere in the land. Every state has them on its payroll. They take the blame for all cases of corruption as well as the unlawful and embarrassing actions of security…