Saturday, June 25, 2022


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.

My June 12 birthday and a date in our history by Ifeanyi Okali

My life has since birth never run short of history.

The post COVID-19 era is pregnant, how will the offsprings look like? By Dr....

Many infectious diseases have significantly affected how and where we live, our economies, our cultures and daily habits.

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.

Akinwumi Adesina: The inside story by Femi Adesina

Bad people will always remain who and what they are. Bad.

Facts are stubborn things by Femi Adesina

True, facts are stubborn things. “Truth is incontrovertible. Ignorance may deride it, panic may resent it, malice may destroy it, but there it is.”

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.

Enemy of the state by Femi Adesina

Some people are not interested in the well being of their own country. Sad, very sad.

The Abba Kyari I knew by Sesugh Akume

We write our own eulogies by our actions and inactions, not necessarily by what people say after we are gone. This is the lesson for the living whilst we are still alive.
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