Sunday, April 18, 2021
Where is the place of resilience, ideology, accountability and responsible leadership in our polity? I have read about several families, dating back to four generations supporting football teams across Europe. Those teams had their good, bad and worst times. For...
We can correct whatever is happening in our government's parastatals through a well thought out succession planning process to avoid unnecessary bickering. If we had entrenched that culture, we won't be talking of North, South, West or East but...
When an individual or group of individuals send quit notice(s) to other ethnic groups, and the government, instead of arresting the transducers, decided to play the ostrich, that government will lose its moral right to arrest and prosecute others...
"The dislodged Boko Haram insurgents (Boko Haram) are regrouping on the Benue/Nasarawa border" - Nasarawa State Governor, Governor Abdullahi Sule. Briefing State House Correspondents after meeting with PMB in Abuja. "I called Nasarawa governor and he said no Boko Haram...
As Myetti Allah and other stakeholders meet over the quit notice order issued to the Fulani Herdsmen from Ondo State forests on Monday, one thing they must do is to confront the truth in a most naked manner. According to...
Truth is so sacred. It is the only thing that can set us free if freely, and effortlessly told. This herders/farmers issue is taking a different dimension. The flare ups seem to be gradually getting to the rocky end. I...
'APC should speak on President Muhammadu Buhari’s decision to renege on the promise of implementing an administrative restructuring for better governance' - PDP. I thought Ologbodiyan should first ask GEJ, who to me is the first among equals in the...
I watched former President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan on television rationalise that restructuring Nigeria won't work until we deal with our mindsets at all levels. He also advised leaders to be constitutionally upright. Unfortunately, the statement most commentators have taken to...
The 2021 presidential election in Uganda has come and gone. But the ripples shall continue to reverberate on the negativities throughout the world for a long time to come. Uganda runs a presidential republic in which one man is the...
In my last post on Bishop Matthew Kukah's coup story, I did say that as a person, I am allergic to the word coup, talk less of proposing or supporting it because of union travails under the military. Over the...

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