Obasanjo’s inappropriate criticism of Justice Idris

By Kolawole Olaniyan Former president Olusegun Obasanjo recently launched a stinging attack on the authority of the Federal High Court and the competence of Justice Mohammed Baba Idris after the judge ruled that details on the spending of recovered stolen public funds under Obasanjo’s government between May 1999 and May 2007 should be widely published including on a dedicated website.

Read More »

Kikiowo Ileowo: A Rejoinder to ‘A prayer for Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, the impatient reformer’

In my few years of sojourn on earth, I have encountered diverse kinds of people; but of all humans, Nigerians stand out.

Read More »

Gani Adams and The N9 Billion Naira Allegations, How Much Did He Collect?

By Nelson Ekujimi

As Africans, we have a saying that there is no smoke without fire or to put it succinctly, that when a child is crying and pointing in a particular direction,

Read More »

AIT: Bola Tinubu’s exculpation

THE National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu (fodly called Jagaban), has deservedly been named “The Sun Man of the Year” (2015), which will be conferred on him this Saturday.

Read More »

Supreme Court Of Injustice, Fraud

By Godwin Onyeacholem (GVE)

President Muhammadu Buhari deserves the sympathy of the multitude of Nigerians and foreign friends who want him to succeed, the multitude yearning for the change he earnestly promised,

Read More »

Danger As Corruption Creeps Into The Supreme Court Of Nigeria

By Joe Igbokwe

The Supreme Court decision that upheld the dubious and fraudulent elections that took place in Rivers, Akwa Ibom and Abia States has sent a dangerous signal to the political landscape

Read More »

Pension Fund for infrastructure Development; A recipe for crisis

The passage of the comprehensive national Pension Act in 2004 was heralded by many as a watershed in the nation’s pension administration.

Read More »

EFCC must Probe Jonathan’s 69 Prado Jeep gifts

A Nigerian rights activist and public affairs analyst, Nelson Ekujumi, has called on the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, to immediately commence probe into the disappearance of over 69 brand new Toyota Prado jeeps

Read More »

Crude tactics |- The Economist

MORE than 30 years ago, a young general swept to power in the fifth of Nigeria’s military coups since independence in 1960. The country he inherited was a mess: bled dry by pilfering politicians within and hammered by falling oil prices without.

Read More »