It always comes down to this. How selfish, greedy and insensitive can some of these our rulers be? They are parasites feeding fat on the blood of the people, causing untold miseries and are like malignant tumours that just will not go away.
Eight years as a governor of an oil-rich... more →
If your e mail address is accessible on the internet, you must be tired of reading varieties of spam mails on a daily basis intended to scam gullible Nigerians who fall for their unconvincing proposals. They send all manner of proposals, ranging from lottery winnings, job offers and... more →
Shortly after he was sworn-in as governor last month, Fayose ordered the closure of a petrol station in Ado Ekiti giving a standard made-in-Nigeria excuse. That filing station belongs to one Adewale Omirin. Omirin also happens to be the Speaker of Ekiti State House of Assembly and... more →
Nigerians ought to be having an urgent, indeed fundamental, debate about the very direction of their much-troubled country. Instead, I fear that too many of us are content to frolic as Nigeria burns, to engage in lazy bandying about of pat, tiresome phrases and omnibus stereotypes.
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The news going round is that Nigeria is broke. I, for one, do not believe that fallacy. However, if the treasury is indeed empty or nearing emptiness, then what it means is that this happened because the government, this government and past governments had not exercised good fiscal,... more →
Statistics detailing the extent of perpetration of child sexual abuse is hugely alarming. Projections show that this statistics will increase if something is not urgently done. Therefore, the urgency of the situation demands that I do not waste time on preambles. So I will just get... more →
When a woman is raped or gang raped in many African communities, Nigeria included, people ask questions. They want to know: was she wearing a distastefully seductive outfit that neither covered her midriff nor protected her plunging cleavage from the wandering eyes of the male or... more →
As the saying goes, Health is Wealth. Nigerians and indeed the international community were very pleased with the way Federal and state governments, indeed the good people of Nigeria, tamed the deadly Ebola Epidemic that recently and unfortunately claimed some lives in the country.... more →
In a statement at a conference issued by the Chief Of Defence Staff (CDS) Air Marshal Alex Badeh on 8th October, 2014, described “Fifth Columnist” as moles in Nigerian Armed Forces responsible for the conflicting stories that emanates from the military to the media and... more →
Two brothers were often seen fighting in the neighbourhood to the chagrin of Dad. They were not respecting their dignities. They welcomed violence and rejected peace, worth, manners, and admiration for life, and the neighbourhood. Dad had to call them for talks someday.
“Do you... more →