I stand before you today fully cognizant, as are many of you in this audience, that these days are not the best for Nigeria. At the risk of being called prophets of doom, we really have no choice than to admit that our country, the Federal Republic of Nigeria, lies in the paths of sundry […]Read More AVERTING THE APPROACHING GALES. By Professor Sola Adeyeye
13th August 2019 I had followed the altercations in the public space between Governor Emeka Ihedioha of Imo State and his immediate predecessor Mr. Rochas Okorocha. Both of them had a bitter election fisticuff which ended in Mr. Ihedioha’s favour and Mr. Okorocha who had struggled valiantly to plant his son in law, Mr. Uche […]Read More OKOROCHA: FOLLOWER-SHIP FAILURE By Ray Ekpu
In the United States, the term “deep state” is used to describe a conspiracy theory which suggests that collusion and cronyism exist within the US political system and constitutes a hidden government within the legitimately elected government. Some people believe that there is “a hybrid association of elements of government and parts of top-level finance, […]Read More THE DEEP STATE: HOW AN ARMY OF COVERT BUREAUCRATS ARE WORKING TO DESTROY THE TRUMP AGENDA.
The wise say two wrongs don’t make a right. But three wrongs make a right in Nigeria. First wrong: lunatic soldiers shot dead an innocent civilian along with three well-trained Intelligence Response Team policemen on national duty in Taraba State while the military hierarchy dipped the memories of the murdered Taraba Four in a cauldron […]Read More BUHARI, NIGERIA’S GREAT COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF
It’s democracy versus Sharia ideology —Danjuma, Asemota, Lekwot, others. In a paper dated July 31, 2019, National Christian Elders Forum (NCEF), parading prominent Nigerians including Elder Solomon Asemota, SAN; a former Minister of Defence, Lt. Gen Theophilus Danjuma (ret.); Prof. Joseph Otubu; Major General Joshua Dogonyaro (ret.); Archbishop Magnus Atilade; Dr. Kate Okpareke; Dr. Ayo […]Read More STATE OF THE NATION: How to resolve conflict to end national crisis.
The mish-mash of Nigeria’s post-war history has permitted many sad revisions which in turn has made Nigerian historical studies and its statements therefrom to be lopsided, ethnic, and gnarled. We have tended in Nigeria to celebrate the worst of us, and have confined Nigeria’s true national heroes to the dustbin. Today, only in a place […]Read More NWAFOR ORIZU WAS PRESIDENT OF NIGERIA.
And in 1993, Margaret Thatcher’s wealth was put at £9.5 million or roughly $6 million. Kamuzu Banda’s wealth was estimated at $320 million, that is 53 times the wealth of *Margaret Thatcher.* In other words, *Kamuzu Banda* of poorest of the poor Malawi was worth 5,300 per cent more than Margaret Thatcher of first world […]Read More GREED IS KILLING AFRICA.