Nigeria and the life after

Nigeria and the life after

By Garba Shehu In Nigeria, my country of close to 200 million people, the COVID-19 lockdown began on March 30 in Lagos, Ogun and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). As with nations the world over we are following the advice of a scientifically-led national…

Crisis as Deji Adeyanju’s source of livelihood

Crisis as Deji Adeyanju’s source of livelihood

 Deji Adeyanju By Abu Duniya In the final minutes of Thursday April 2, 2020 Deji Adeyanju (forget the comrade title he bestowed on himself) tweeted “The problems we had in 2015 are worse now. Our economy is worse. Our currency is more…

Covid-19: PMB as the man who saw tomorrow Part 1

Covid-19: PMB as the man who saw tomorrow Part 1

Nigeria’s President, Buhari By Philip Agbese Nostradamus is famed globally as a man who saw tomorrow. He was a great seer, whom God endowed with unbeatable clairvoyance. He could predict the future events with amazing precision. He was venerated world-wide because his…

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and climate change implication

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and climate change implication

Professor Idris is with Nasarawa State University, Keffi By Professor Nasiru Medugu Idris The COVID-19 has shifted the attention of the world from climate change issues to corona virus pandemic because it has shutdown the social and economic activities across the globe…

Undressing the Auchi fake masquerade called Aisha Yesufu

Undressing the Auchi fake masquerade called Aisha Yesufu

Nigeria’s President, Buhari By Ruth Ochogwu The proclivity of some Nigerians to abuse noble concepts is alarming and appalling. Elsewhere, activism is a dignified enterprise and those who engage in it are translucently selfless, cerebral, purposeful and focused. But the concept of…

Pantami: Understanding the shining star and his detractors

Pantami: Understanding the shining star and his detractors

Dr.  Isa Pantami By David Onmeje It is a truism that opposition and robust criticisms suckle democratic wheels and allow governance flourish on beneficial templates. The problem in Nigeria is that a number of critics are more confused than the views they…

The Nigerian Military vs our enemies of progress

The Nigerian Military vs our enemies of progress

Lt.-Gen. Buratai is Nigeria’s Chief of Army Staff By Solomon Oseke These are indeed interesting times in Nigeria where the media has elected to be on the other side of the divide, churning out divisive news items that serve the country no…

US determined to help world overcome virus threat

US determined to help world overcome virus threat

US President, Trump speaks at the beginning of a news conference with members of the coronavirus task force. (Getty Images) By Maria Maalouf In order to adequately estimate how much the coronavirus has impacted the US and its different political and strategic…

Understanding A causeless crusader, mischievous messenger of evil

Understanding A causeless crusader, mischievous messenger of evil

By Tunde Olorunfemi The ravage of the novel corona virus (COVID-19) across the globe is a sad reminder that past administrations in this country did not pay the necessary attention to healthcare as they should have, particularly mental health. Today, we are…

The Comrade Richard Tersoo Mnenga I know

The Comrade Richard Tersoo Mnenga I know

Comrade Mnenga By Damian Terkaa Jam For sometime now, I have heard people discuss Comrade Richard Tersoo Mnenga and his uncomplimentary stature in the Buhari Presidency. They attribute every negative ommision or commission to Comrade Richard Tersoo Mnenga, my mentor, boss, friend,…