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…

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…

That independence ‘theory’

By Matthew Agboma Ozah If you have been following the Independence anniversary speech of Nigerian political leaders from the first Republic till present, you will discover that the current political leadership have knowingly or otherwise…

Cause and cost of insecurity

By Lekan Sote Acting leader of Yoruba Afenifere, octogenarian Ayo Adebanjo, suggests that the commanding heights of state violence are (mostly) in the hands of the Fulani who seem to have captured the Nigerian state…