By Prof Moses Ochonu Nigerians and their penchant for denial, deflection, and escapism. I raised the issue of the silence of our civil society, the press, and other political activists regarding the official silence on the President's health status, and secondly, the resulting, ongoing battle between the camp of the...
By Sam Otitolaiye At Independence, Kaduna, otherwise known as the Crocodile City, emerged as the political hub of the North and rallying point of its political and business elites. It was from Kaduna that other states in the region were created. Sadly, Kaduna has not attained its giant status in terms...
-Denies Mafia presence in the Presidency Special Adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on Political Matters, Senator Babafemi Ojudu has lamented the rate of poverty and infrastructural collapse in Ekiti State, describing it as inexcusable. Senator Ojudu stated on Wednesday morning while on a visit to the office of Montage Africa Media...
In understanding Nigeria's numerous ethnic agitations; there is the need to take a cursory look at the tail end of Nigerian military era before handing over power to a civil regime in 1999; starting from the Niger Delta agitation pioneered by the late environmentalist, Ken Saro Wiwa in the...
  By Nontokozo Mhlongo   It was a day dubbed "Black Friday" as thousands of South Africans mourned for the state of the country and called for President Jacob Zuma to step down. Young and old, white and black, rich and poor took to the streets of the country chanting "Zuma must fall". The...