The chilling story of what happens in the Cold Room of University of Lagos is enough mirror of what goes on in the rest. It took the undercover, investigative journalism of Nikki Mordi of the BBC to open the can of worms. Our little daughters, sisters and even mothers are being blackmailed and devoured by […]Read More RAPE FOR GRADES AND PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTROL IN NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES – By Law Mefor
The Chairman of Northern Elders Forum, Prof. Ango Abdullahi, has warned that they will only support candidates from the North in the race for 2023 presidency. In an interview with the Sun, Abdullahi condemned Afenifere leader, Chief Ayo Adebanjo, for holding Hausa/Fulani responsible for Nigeria’s problems. When specifically asked if there is an unwritten agreement […]Read More 2023: ANGO ABDULLAHI REVEALS WHO NORTHERN ELDERS WILL SUPPORT TO SUCCEED BUHARI.
The above question was posed in an article in The PUNCH newspaper edition of September 9, 2019, by columnist Henry Boyo. I have been a daily reader of The PUNCH for the past 10 years and I have not yet, read any comments from anyone on this question. There is a need to discuss this […]Read More Re: $26BN DIASPORA REMITTANCES: WHERE ARE THE DOLLARS?
Since the inception of the current democratic dispension in Imo State in 1999, the State has held three council elections. And they were all under the regimes of the Peoples Democratic Party PDP. The first Governor to conduct Local Government election in Imo was Governor Achike Udenwa. For the eight years of two terms he […]Read More IMO PDP, LGA ELECTIONS AND IHEDIOHA. By Henry Ekpe
In today’s episode of On Politics we shall continue with our dispassionate analysis of Section 285 (13) of the 1999 Constitution which is haunting the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP )and her candidate in Anambra Central. I once again apologize to any one discomforted by the truth that shall be revealed here, as certain facts cannot […]Read More ANAMBRA CENTRAL: UNDERSTANDING SECTION 285 (13) OF THE 1999 CONSTITUTION AS AMENDED.
A Tecno Mobile sign in Maiguguri, Nigeria. The Chinese handset brand is owned by Shenzen-based Transsion, which listed last week in Shanghai with a market cap of $6.5bn ©️ Bloomberg •Companies such as Transsion are using the continent as a test bed for innovation All over Africa, in its clogged cities and fast-changing towns and […]Read More CHINA IS CORNERING AFRICA’S E-COMMERCE MARKET
The Nigerian nation state has, since inception, become a workshop in nation building. Many development rolling plans have been formulated by the past and present variegated regimes. Huge resources not even available to many developed nations have been haphazardly deployed with predictably erratic results. You do recall the two broad objectives of Vision 20:2020 are […]Read More NIGERIA@59: CAN A NATION DEVELOP WITHOUT RESOLVING THE NATIONHOOD QUESTION? By Law Mefor