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Rethinking Nigeria’s development with Bill Gates, Okonjo-Iweala, By Adele Adeniji

Rethinking Nigeria’s development with Bill Gates, Okonjo-Iweala, By Adele Adeniji It is estimated that Africa will have over 600 million youths by 2050. This will form the bulk of its population, and pundits are scared to death that, with the current afflictions of Africa, this incredible amount of raw energy could be a ticking bomb for the continent. And, if this...... more

Still on Buhari’s verdict on Nigerian youths, By Jerome-Mario Utomi

Still on Buhari’s verdict on Nigerian youths, By Jerome-Mario Utomi In the book titled, Summa Theologiae, Thomas Aquinas, stated that judgment may be considered lawful if the judge meets these conditions; follows justice, has authority, and does his duty prudently. According to him, if a judgment fails of justice, it is unjust or perverted judgment. If it comes from one unauthorised...... more

Why Okorocha wants Nwosu to be Imo Governor in 2019, By Collins Ughalaa

Why Okorocha wants Nwosu to be Imo Governor in 2019, By Collins Ughalaa “Do not be yoked together with unbelievers. For what do righteousness and wickedness have in common? Or what fellowship can light have with darkness?” — 2 Corinthians 6:14 From all discernible intents and purposes, both Governor Rochas Okorocha, a very fatal accident that happened to Imo State and his son-in-law and Chief...... more

Of Nigeria’s Pride and Government conduct in Ogoniland, By Fegalo Nsuke

Of Nigeria’s Pride and Government conduct in Ogoniland, By Fegalo Nsuke The Ogoni people have suffered tremendously in Nigeria. There is no form of oppression, terrorism and torture that the Federal Government has not conceivably committed against the Ogoni. On all indices of dehumanisation, Nigeria would score high when assessed: Ogoniland will be rated one of the high risk places to live...... more

The Senate and IGP Ibrahim Idris, By Adewole Kehinde

The Senate and IGP Ibrahim Idris, By Adewole Kehinde For the past few weeks, the Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria has summoned the Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Ibrahim Idris, on three different occasions, namely: April 25, 2018; May 2, 2018 and May 9, 2018. The IGP sent delegations to honour the summons on April 25, 2018 and May...... more

Senator Kashamu: 60 years in retrospect, By Austin Oniyokor

Senator Kashamu: 60 years in retrospect, By Austin Oniyokor Today, May 19, 2018, marks the 60th birthday anniversary of Senator Buruji Kashamu, the lawmaker representing Ogun East Senatorial District at the National Assembly, Abuja.  As a phenomenon that he is, the name Kashamu rings a bell. It resonates with the young and old, even children. And this is not an exaggeration. During...... more

Aligning organisation with programme in Leftist politics, By Edwin Madunagu

Aligning organisation with programme in Leftist politics, By Edwin Madunagu One major problem limiting the national effectiveness and impact of the Nigerian Left in the country’s politics—at least since the end of the (1967-1970) Civil War—has been the contradictions (or “disconnect”) between organization and programme. Put more concretely: The inability of the organizations of the Left to fully and satisfactorily accomplish...... more

Okorocha, can one retire his father? asks Agunwa Emeka Nzeribe

Okorocha, can one retire his father? asks Agunwa Emeka Nzeribe There is time for everything, and a season for all things here on earth. Human beings on earth are in transit. We are just passing at a glance. We can only maximise our youthful age for the future. In politics, just like in any other noble profession in the world, every...... more

Politics, governance and human development, By Peter Obi

Politics, governance and human development, By Peter Obi From its essentials, Politics is about attaining and using power in public life to be able to influence decisions that affect society. In principle, that should be a worthy cause, but what we have experienced with most of our politicians in Africa and other third world countries is the crude politics...... more

Seventy hollow cheers for Israel, By Abdulrazaq Magaji

Seventy hollow cheers for Israel, By Abdulrazaq Magaji Israel has just received its best birthday gift since it officially came into existence 70 years ago. The highpoint of events to mark the country’s 70th anniversary was the official relocation of the Embassy of the United States of America to Jerusalem. Recognition of hotly-disputed Jerusalem as the capital of Israel was...... more

To northerners, Buhari is doing well, By Evaristus Bassey

To northerners, Buhari is doing well, By Evaristus Bassey I subscribe to a civil society coalition whose membership is drawn mostly from the North-east. When the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance in Nigeria invited me and one Ambassador Ahmed to a meeting, in preparation for the Oslo Humanitarian Conference for Nigeria and Lake Chad region, to organise...... more

Imperative of second term endorsements for Ikpeazu, By Okechukwu Keshi Ukegbu

Imperative of second term endorsements for Ikpeazu, By Okechukwu Keshi Ukegbu Of recent, there has been a harvest of endorsements for the second term bid of Abia State Governor, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu. What would be considered as the height is the endorsement by the people of Abia South Senatorial District. This reverses the frequently quoted Scripture: “A prophet is without honour except...... more

Local Government Autonomy and abuse of representative democracy, By Lauratu Umar Abdulsalam

Local Government Autonomy and abuse of representative democracy, By Lauratu Umar Abdulsalam In a democracy, it is common knowledge that power belongs to the people, and not the people in power. The implication of this is that, the citizenry, through their elected representatives at various levels of government, can reflect their choices on issues that are of concern to them. This, in fact,...... more

‘The educator must be educated’, By Edwin Madunagu

‘The educator must be educated’, By Edwin Madunagu This piece is a memo to the Nigerian Left. In an ideal situation, on account of the importance I attach to the subject, the document would have appeared, first, as an internal memo to an appropriate organ of the movement. For the same reason of importance, it would not have stopped...... more

What’s in Aso Rock that makes presidents want to live and die there? By Fredrick Nwabufo

What’s in Aso Rock that makes presidents want to live and die there? By Fredrick Nwabufo Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida (IBB) spent eight years as head of state at Aso Rock. He pledged at different times in his regime to return power to “the people”. But he never did.  Somehow, he always found a way to dribble himself out of the maze of his own mendacity. I remember...... more

Nigerian Youth: The Real Third Force, By Samson Itodo

Nigerian Youth: The Real Third Force, By Samson Itodo More than one year into the 2019 general elections, political maneuvering has earnestly commenced. In fact everybody, both online and offline, is already stricken with political fever and the frenzy of the 2019 elections. Unlike other parts of the world where the demand for democracy seems low, Nigeria’s case is different....... more

Of His Excellency and The Naked Man, By Collins Ughalaa

Of His Excellency and The Naked Man, By Collins Ughalaa While working in Nigeria Moment Newspapers as Managing Editor/Editor-in-Chief, one of the very few persons yours truly related with as a friend was Mr Chuks Ofurum. We shared quite a few things and disagreed on so many issues. At that material time he was “working” for Prof Jude Njoku who was...... more

Robo Michael: Treachery and desperation for Ogoni oil, By Fegalo Nsuke

Robo Michael: Treachery and desperation for Ogoni oil, By Fegalo Nsuke On December 27, 2017, the secretariat of the Movement for the Survival of Ogoni People (MOSOP) in Bori came under the control of the Nigerian Army. Robo Michael Limited, an Abuja-based company, in its desperation to force its way to resume oil mining operations in Ogoni had connived with some persons to...... more

Does Buhari deserve a second term?

Does Buhari deserve a second term? It is said that one good turn deserves another. Does President Muhammadu Buhari deserve a second term in office? Has he performed well to deserve another term?  These questions have palpitated in my head effectuating mixed feelings. The reason is that President Buhari if weighed on the scale of some expected...... more

Designated Special Courts are superior courts of record, By Obabueki Iyalekhuosa Davidson

Designated Special Courts are superior courts of record, By Obabueki Iyalekhuosa Davidson The directive issued by the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Walter Nkanu Samuel Onnoghen, to all chief judges of the various states – to designate special court(s) in their jurisdiction for the sole purpose of handling corruption cases – seem not to have conveniently drained down the throat of some...... more

Balancing inequalities for Presidency in APC, By Uthman Isa Tochukwu

Balancing inequalities for Presidency in APC, By Uthman Isa Tochukwu There is no gainsaying that 2019 presidential bid in the All Progressives Congress (APC) is sacrosanct for President Muhammadu Buhari (PMB), though (unknown yet) or any other northern preferred candidate. Who would be the running-mate for vice-president: Igbo or Yoruba? This question, suffice to say, has left me pondering over the...... more

Security agents and extra-legal killings, By Okechukwu Keshi Ukegbu

Security agents and extra-legal killings, By Okechukwu Keshi Ukegbu All mankind is of one author, and is one volume; when one man dies, one chapter is not torn out of the book, but translated into a better language; and every chapter must be so translated... As therefore the bell that rings to a sermon, calls not upon the preacher only,...... more

VIEW FROM ABROAD: Trump may not be wrong on the Fulani herdsmen crisis in Nigeria

VIEW FROM ABROAD: Trump may not be wrong on the Fulani herdsmen crisis in Nigeria At the end of April 2018, President Trump met with Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari. It was a very important meeting as President Buhari was the first president from sub-Saharan Africa to visit President Trump at the White House. President Trump was reportedly very interested in the conflict between Fulani herdsmen and...... more

The steady transformation of Gombe, By Bidemi Adeniyi

The steady transformation of Gombe, By Bidemi Adeniyi Gombe State may not have measured up to her slogan of ‘Jewel of the Savannah’, but for Ibrahim Dankwambo. The state was rustic and lacked the basic infrastructure befitting of a state before the incumbent governor came into power on May 29, 2011. The giant strides of the governor have practically...... more

At Last, Kwara gets hard-nosed crime buster, By Abdulrazaq Magaji

At Last, Kwara gets hard-nosed crime buster, By Abdulrazaq Magaji “Avoid Kwara State or turn a new leaf!” That was the stern, one-line verbal warning that Alhaji Aminu Saleh Pai handed to criminals operating in Kwara State moments after he took charge as Commissioner of the State Police Command. From the testimony of his colleagues, the commissioner’s warning is an article...... more

Open Government Partnership and stakeholder engagement, By Uche Igwe

Open Government Partnership and stakeholder engagement, By Uche Igwe One of the most difficult challenges to sustainable implementation of policy reforms is the inability to adequately identify and engage with relevant stakeholders. Controversies abound as to the meaning of stakeholder. Although it is a very useful word, its flexibility also creates some complexity. Some people note that it is one...... more

$1bn ECA Funds: Another scandal, By David Emoche

$1bn ECA Funds: Another scandal, By David Emoche It’s no longer news to Nigerians and the rest of the world that President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration is soiled in tales of scandals, which have demystified the holier-than-thou image of the government. From former President Olusegun Obasanjo’s bombshell letter and military president, Gen Ibrahim Babangida’s controversial press release to Fulani herdsmen’s...... more

Of Rule of Law and war against corruption, By Okechukwu Keshi Ukegbu

Of Rule of Law and war against corruption, By Okechukwu Keshi Ukegbu Corruption in Nigeria context has been a nagging issue. The phenomenon has defied any known definition. It is as recalcitrant as the character abiku, the ogbanje girl – in Wole Soyinka’s popular Abiku – which keeps reincarnating. Corruption has also defied every effort by successive governments to put it at bay. It is either that corruption...... more

FG constitutes committee on completion of East-West road, approves N142.5bn for bridges, roads

FG constitutes committee on completion of East-West road, approves N142.5bn for bridges, roads The Federal Executive Council (FEC) on Wednesday approved a 4-man ministerial committee saddled with the responsibility of ensuring speedy completion of the East-West road in the Niger Delta and N142.5 billion for construction of roads across the country. The Minister of Transportation, Mr Rotimi Amaechi and that of Power, Works and Housing, Mr...... more

Okorocha’s politics of ‘agburu anyi’ and retirement, By Collins Ughalaa

Okorocha’s politics of ‘agburu anyi’ and retirement, By Collins Ughalaa Not many people in Imo State know that Governor Rochas Okorocha has never changed. Power has not changed him, either. It has only magnified his shortcomings and exposed him as man lacking self-control, a man disappointingly unable to control his urge for the mundane; a man who is never deficient in...... more

 

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