Tinubu: A presidential disaster waiting to happen?

By Farooq A. Kperogi Anyone who has watched Bola Ahmed Tinubu closely and dispassionately can’t help…

Nigeria and war of tongues, by Femi Adesina

Our country is at war today on many fronts. Nigeria battles insurgency, terrorism, banditry, kidnappings, armed…

London, our President’s medical haven

By Olukorede Yishau In the last few days, London has been on the minds and lips…

Opinion: David Mark, statesman of peace @ 73

  By Paul Mumeh   The Senator David Alechenu Bonaventure Mark clan including his household, friends,…

Opinion – 2023: Who’s leading Tinubu to ‘slaughter’?

  By Steve Osuji NOT MUCH BETTER THAN BUHARI: What began as a crude joke for…

Otunba Gbenga Daniel: Navigating New Frontier @65

By Adegbenro Adebanjo Otunba Gbenga Daniel, whose sobriquet OGD first caught major public attention in 2001…

2021: Anambra should go south

Oseloka H. Obaze In Nigerian politics, oftentimes expediency trumps morality. Honour is also a scarce commodity.…

Ten unbelievable things about Nigeria

By Simon Kolawole Dissonance. Is that the right word to describe the contradiction between word and…

Set free on purpose

By Pastor Jerry Eze “Now when Jesus was risen early the first day of the week,…

Parting Your River Jordan

By Pastor Josiah Kehinde “Joshua said to the Israelites, Come near, hear the words of the…

Opinion: Umar’s “Biafran Boys” dig part of Nigeria’s unofficial Igbophobia

  By Farooq A. Kperogi   Danladi Umar, the notoriously vain and sickeningly skin-bleached chairman of…

Governor Umahi and limits of sycophancy

By Emeka Alex Duru While he cries over the attack by Fulani herdsmen on Ebonyi community…

Opinion: An administration and its silver linings

  By Ikechukwu Amaechi Spin doctors in the presidency and their cohorts outside seem to have…

Opinion: Once upon a time in Singapore

  By Olukorede Yishau In Singapore, life is good. You begin to have this feeling right…

Opinion: Buhari’s Nigeria, an endless force majeure

  By Steve Osuji A STATE OF SUSTAINED FORCE MAJEURE: Force majeure, a phrase of French…

Leadership notes from Gov. Zulum

  By Dakuku Peterside Last week, at a lecture to commemorate my 50th birthday and the…

#Project-2023: The writings on the wall

By Martins Oloja They are on the march again. It is their season. They have organised…

Why Pombe Magufuli can never grow on Nigerian soil

By Festus Adedayo Statesman and late President of Senegal from 1960 to 1981, Leopold Sedar Senghor,…

Relax, no more needless agitation

By Pastor Jerry Eze “And when the sabbath was past, Mary Magdalene, and Mary the mother…

The Ojudu I Know, by Bamidele Johnson

One Saturday in May 1996, I arrived for a job interview at 26 Ijaiye Road, Ogba,…

President Buhari and his prodigal men, by Dele Momodu

Fellow Nigerians, here I go again with my lamentations over the reckless mismanagement of our very…

This time last year

By Olukorede Yishau This time last year, birds no longer sounded like birds. Rats sounded like…

Buba Marwa and the bad guys, by Femi Adesina

New things are happening at the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), and suddenly, there’s a…

Opinion: Ndi Anambra, Anambra International Cargo/Passenger Airport is coming, anticipate!

  By Uche Nworah Very soon, just very soon, you will take off from Lagos, Abuja,…

Opinion: Ihedioha @ 56: Salute to the fastidious one

  By Steve Osuji   WHERE’S YOUR LGA?: How would you rate your governor? In fact,…

Opinion – Punch: The many troubles of a fifty-something-year old

  By Steve Osuji   The Punch is faltering. It had been so for quite a…

Mahdi Shehu’s Quest for Sympathy, by Gimba Kakanda

In the video, he’s flat on his back, wearing neck and back braces, his crutches beside…

Denmark takes the law into its hands?

By Dakuku Peterside. Last week, something with significant but far-reaching diplomatic implications happened in security circles,…

Africa Economic Outlook 2021: AfDB, debt crisis and vaccines

By Martins Oloja Permit me to step aside this week from contextual reporting of the terrorism…

Burna Boy as Nigerian musicians’ gutters-to-Grammy story

By Festus Adedayo When he voiced his ambition to be a standup comedian, Jewish American, Samuel…