Muamar Gaddafi's Prophecies: "I will not go into exile to any foreign country. I was born here in Libya, and I will die here. This country was a dessert, and I turned it into a forest, where everything can grow.No one Love this land more more than its citizens. If Europe and America tells you … Continue reading It’s exactly 6 Years now since Muammar Gadaffi was assassinated.
Bishop of Anglican Communion, Diocese of Kaduna, Timothy Yahaya has said that life in the country has become nasty, brutish and short owing to increasing rate of insecurity across the nation.Bishop Yahaya in an address delivered on Friday at the 3rd session of the 21st Synod of the Anglican church in Kaduna called for overhauling … Continue reading INSECURITY: ANGLICAN BISHOP RAISES ALARM – SAYS LIFE IN NIGERIA IS NASTY, BRUTISH
By Prof. Jibrin Ibrahim Nigeria is in a dangerous position where too many of its citizens and collectives have concluded that things cannot continue the way they are without the country tipping over but the Buhari Administration is in denial. The Government must start with admitting where we are as a first step. There is … Continue reading Nigeria: Pathway to National Dialogue and rebirth
By Femi Fani-Kayode I freed a thousand slaves. I could have freed a thousand more if only they knew they were slaves”- Harriet Tubman. How can anyone describe Nigeria as a free nation when Sheik Othman Dan Fodio, the hero of the core Muslim north, the father of the Fulani Caliphate and the first Mahdi of … Continue reading Is Nigeria a free nation or a conquered vassal state?
Dear President Buhari, This is not the time for an epistle but the truth in the clearest manner I can pass it across. You have always reiterated your commitment to make lives better for the masses of Nigerians, but what has been successfully achieved is quite the opposite. You have further stripped millions of ordinary … Continue reading Dear President Buhari, things are no longer making sense
As the world celebrates International Democracy Day, the Vice Presidential Candidate of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, in 2019 general elections, Mr. Peter Obi, has stated that corruption, insecurity of lives and property and economic hardship stood as greatest threats to Nigeria’s democracy. Obi, in a message to mark the 2020 International Democracy Day, explained … Continue reading Corruption, insecurity, economic hardship, threat to Nigeria’s democracy — Obi
Balarabe Musa, one of the well-respected Elderstatesman from the north has reacted to the recent clash between Former President Olusegun Obasanjo and President Muhammadu Buhari. Obasanjo had criticized Buhari’s administration, accusing it of turning Nigeria to a ‘Failed State’, a criticism that President Buhari’s camp didn’t take lightly has they countered with a series of … Continue reading Nigeria is a failed state under Buhari, but Obasanjo contributed to it- Balarabe Musa
Oh, what a great loss. The Archdiocese of Onitsha is once again thrown into a mourning mood, this time that of its eldest and most energetic, hardworking priest. Ordained on June 1, 1965, Rev. Msgr Nathaniel Obiagba, a priest of the Catholic Archdiocese of Onitsha was a native of Achina. Msgr Obiagba was the first … Continue reading Adieu, Rt. Rev Msgr Nathaniel Obiagba
By Mahmud Jega Why did I involuntarily yawn on Wednesday last week when I read stories of President Buhari inaugurating the National Steering Committee to develop a Nigeria Agenda 2050 and a Medium-Term National Development Plan, MTNDP? I am not a chronic pessimist. In fact for most of my life I was a chronic optimist … Continue reading In Order To Be Like China, By Mahmud Jega