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The lamentations of Emir Sanusi Lamido Sanusi

By Dr. Dons Eze Emir of Kano, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi ll, audacious, courageous, fearless and outspoken, is not a happy man, and he was not...

Like our village masquerades, like our courts

By Dr. Dons Eze We may compare the traditional masquerades, the masquerades we see in our various villages to members of the Nigerian judiciary, the...

ESUT fraud and posers for the VC, Prof. Anike

By Comrade Mathew Nwaiyike I have observed with dismay that since our anti-graft group, Anti-Corruption Champions of Nigeria (ACON) exposed the ongoing rot and corruption...

Nigeria at a crossroads: Which way to go?

By Dr. Dons Eze Nigeria is now at a crossroads, with no clear route to follow. For the past 106 years, the fragile relationships that...

Sani Abacha and his inexhaustible loot

By Dr. Dons Eze Since the history of Nigeria, there is no former Head of State who has made more headlines news than the late...

How the East was divided

By Dr. Dons Eze In their political administration of Nigeria, the British colonialists roughly divided the country into three regions, the North, the East, and...

Making Nigeria’s zonal structure functional

By Dr. Dons Eze The establishment of Amotekun, a joint South West Nigeria security outfit, which is now being buffeted on all sides, has shown...

When principles are limited to the girl-child

By Elizabeth O. It is generally believed that female children are to be raised under strict parentage. This might be linked to the vulnerability of...

For the Now

By Ikenna Amadi I could feel the screeching sound of the plane tyres, sudden lightness of my body and sonorous voice of the flight hostess,...

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SPECIAL REPORT: Over 200,000 Nigerians risk death from cardiovascular diseases by 2023 — here’s why 

By Sunday Elom When Gift Okoye, a food seller in Awka, Anambra State capital, ventured into the food selling business, unbeknown to her, some of...

ASUU-FG’s lingering rift: A stain on national integrity

By Kaanti Ernen There have been heaps of submissions from concerned quarters about the perennial face-off between the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the...

VIDEO: Obasanjo says he’s the father of ‘frustrated Nigerian youths’

Former president Olusegun Obasanjo has declared himself as the father of “frustrated youths” in Nigeria. He made the remark on Friday when he received the...
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