Saturday, June 25, 2022


Nigerians fight for God but can’t fight for themselves by Farooq Kperogi

They kill fellow humans in defense of their God but ask God to defend them against a man who is killing them by other means and looking the other way while kidnappers and terrorists periodically murder them in the hundreds.

Ibrahim Magu’s Saga: A nation starving of morally upright leaders by Buhari Habibu

I mentioned the name of Governor Babagana Zulum of Borno State.

If you can’t take blows brother, don’t throw blows by Femi Adesina

Yes, that virus is well and alive in Nigeria. It is even deadlier than Coronavirus.

Banditry and kidnapping in Nigeria: Tears of the rural dwellers by Buhari Habibu

In almost all states with high level of insecurity, there are self-volunteered, semi-armed civilian groups policing their communities.

The darkening clouds over Northern Nigeria by Sani Abdulrazak

Like many other regions of the world, we are faced with challenges, but right now nothing is more perturbing than the menace of banditry we find ourselves in.

Uba Sani: The lannister of our time by Sani Abdulrazak

He wrote his name in the sands of time in the area of healthcare delivery by sponsoring a bill for the establishment of a Federal Medical Centre in Kaduna state which has passed second reading.

Top five lies about Buhari that won’t go away

And a probe of PTF, which he headed, showed that he squandered N135 billion.

Opinion: Why Abba Kyari deserves his Coronavirus status and more punishment

Nigeria recorded its first case of the pandemic last month and since then calls for Nigerians to practise social distancing and self-isolation have repeatedly been canvassed for.

Rape: peeping through a different hole by Dr. Buhari Habibu

In Nigeria, a link exists between rape and indecent dressing, but the link is weak as it is not always the case.
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