Category: Opinions

OJUKWU WOULD HAVE INSISTED ON BIAFRA ALL OVER AGAIN, IF HE WERE ALIVE TO SEE HOW IGBOS ARE BEEN TREATED UNDER BUHARI SAYS FFK

OJUKWU WOULD HAVE INSISTED ON BIAFRA ALL OVER AGAIN, IF HE WERE ALIVE TO SEE HOW IGBOS ARE BEEN TREATED UNDER BUHARI SAYS FFK

  ?FFK said this why reacting to President Buhari’s broadcast this morning. His reaction is contained in a statement he shared on his timeline this afternoon. Read below THE PRESIDENT’S MORNING BROADCAST During his throughly uninspiring six minute broadcast this morning instead of appealing to Nigerians for patience and understanding and instead of apologising to them for the ineptitude and […]

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CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF PRESIDENT BUHARI’S SPEECH

CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF PRESIDENT BUHARI’S SPEECH

  CHARLES NOVIA   Analysing President Buhari’s short speech this morning, I think aspects of that speech show that he is still being misadvised by his cabal or perhaps nothing has changed as far as he is concerned. First, he was authoritarian in putting a firm lid on the clamour for restructuring by saying that only the National Assembly and […]

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JONATHAN: RARER THAN A HEN’S TOOTH

JONATHAN: RARER THAN A HEN’S TOOTH

Harried,besieged and hounded most times in very extenuating circumstances, Nigeria’s immediate past President, Goodluck Jonathan, more than twice in the just ended week emerged from a self- imposed silence to launder his 6 years at the helm of affairs. He drew the first blood when at the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP convention on August 12, flatulently attempted to position himself […]

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ONE HUNDRED DAYS ABROAD AND STILL POSING FOR PICTURES BY FANI-KAYODE 

ONE HUNDRED DAYS ABROAD AND STILL POSING FOR PICTURES BY FANI-KAYODE 

President Muhammadu Buhari has been away from our shores for over 100 days in a stretch treating an undisclosed and mysterious illness in far-away London. Since May 29th 2015 when he was sworn into office as President he has spent 350 of his over 740 days in power abroad treating the same strange ailment. Those that demand that he should […]

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CHARLIE BOY AND THE MOB BY AMANDA CHISOM

CHARLIE BOY AND THE MOB BY AMANDA CHISOM

I have always respected Uncle Charles and his passion, I do not know where he got it from but I cannot do what he does?? You know in the hit of the 2015 elections , I had to take our ” No Violence” campaign to the markets, I did not send anybody, I went myself. I am telling you, to […]

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A POPE AND A PRESIDENT BY GBOYEGA ADEJUMO

A POPE AND A PRESIDENT BY GBOYEGA ADEJUMO

A pope and a president… Pope John Paul II entered the papacy in 1978 as an avid sportsman, enjoying hiking and swimming. The 58-year-old was extremely healthy and active for his age, jogging in the Vatican gardens to the horror of Vatican staff, who informed him that his jogging could be seen by tourists climbing to the summit of the […]

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OZUBULU MASSACRE: THE HIDDEN TRUTH REVEALED

OZUBULU MASSACRE: THE HIDDEN TRUTH REVEALED

By Igwe Samuel Obinna Following different versions of false news peddled by the Nigerian media and most regrettably, respected individuals, to narrate the very unfortunate incident that happened at St Philips Catholic Church, Amakwa Ozubulu, We, in our culture has dug out the details of this event and how it deteriorated to the August 6 massacre. Aloysius Ikegwuonu (Bishop), presently a […]

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CHRISTIAN MARRIAGE OF ONE MAN, ONE WIFE, SERIOUS THREAT TO PROCREATION, CHRISTIANITY- ALI BABA

CHRISTIAN MARRIAGE OF ONE MAN, ONE WIFE, SERIOUS THREAT TO PROCREATION, CHRISTIANITY- ALI BABA

Popular Nigerian comedian, Ali Baba, has decried the gradual end of Christianity in Nigeria, saying christian marriage of one man, one wife was a serious threat to procreation. The God-father of Stand-up comedy said Nigeria’s economy has affected the birth rate in most christian homes. According to him, Christianity would have been extinct if not for single mothers as most […]

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THE LONDON BUFFOONERY 

THE LONDON BUFFOONERY 

By KEN TADAFERUA Shame is a feeling that ought envelope a person who is doing wrong or has done wrong. I think it is Aristotle who said: “while the sense of shame is not a virtue, the person with a sense of shame is also praised.” Indeed shame is emotion, but one which guides us to virtuous actions or ethical […]

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LUNCH IN LONDON, ANXIETY IN NIGERIA: BY REUBEN ABATI

LUNCH IN LONDON, ANXIETY IN NIGERIA: BY REUBEN ABATI

“What’s gwan inna wa cwantry?” “What language is that?” “English of course.” “Sounds like Creole to me. Why don’t you just talk straight?” “Nobody talks straight in this country anymore.” “I still talk straight. I can’t start twisting my tongue because some people have lost it.” “Okay, I was asking what is going on in our country?” “Is that a […]

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