This Crazy Grazing Bill Must Be Stopped

The moment the bill was proposed, discerning Nigerians immediately knew it was one sure way of setting Nigeria on fire. It is coming in the middle of the crises triggered by the atrocious activitie ...

May 06, 2016

The Scourge of the Herdsmen

For some months now, the new scourge of Fulani herdsmen invading villages and killing the innocents and unsuspecting occupants has taken a toll on the country. They graze their cattle on the lands ...

Apr 29, 2016

Dangerous Signals from Kaduna

Amid the crippling economic situation of the country, as well as ethnic tensions in Lagos between the Yoruba and Hausa, another monster has reared its ugly head. It is the move by the governor of K ...

Apr 25, 2016

Eagles, Not the End of the Road

Understandably Nigerians are not happy in the aftermath of the failure of the senior male national team, the Super Eagles, to qualify for the African Cup of Nations tournament billed to take place ...

Apr 25, 2016

Buhari and the Fuel Scarcity Conundrum

The most essential commodity in Nigeria today is fuel. This is despite the fact that the country is rated the world's 6th largest producer of oil and largest in Africa. Ordinarily, going by this fa ...

Apr 25, 2016

Onitsha Shopping Mall and Matters Arising

Last Thursday the long awaited opening of the Onitsha Shopping Mall, otherwise known as Shoprite, came, with the governor of Anambra State, Willie Obiano, performing the opening ceremony.The ...

Apr 25, 2016

Time for Anambra Govt to Call Oil Marketers' Bluff

A front page banner headline in one of the national dailies on April 16 read, ''Pump Price: Oil Marketers Defy Govt in South East''.The report had it that marketers of petroleum in Anambra an ...

Apr 25, 2016

Obiano, Building on Two Years of Hope

Last Thursday, March 17, Anambra State governor, Willie Obiano, clocked two years in office. A retrospective appraisal of those two years shows that he has not done badly, given the economic realit ...

Mar 18, 2016

Sustaining Senior Citizens' Stipend

Sometime in the second tenure of the outgone Peter Obi administration, the government decided to be paying old men and women of the state, better known as senior citizens, the sum of five thousand ...

Mar 04, 2016

Nigeria's Third Tier Government without Governance

The idea of local government administration is to bring government down to the grassroots. It is believed that bringing it to the grassroots will enable the grassroots’ people to determine th ...

Mar 04, 2016



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