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Hunger Virus: Has Buhari Really Done Enough?

“I’m absolutely aware of it” was the response of President Buhari when asked if he was aware of the millions of Nigerians who still find it difficult...

Fix Okun Roads: From Potholes to ‘Boreholes’

What is the essence of government when its constituents build their own houses; provide their own potable water; procure their own transmitters; build their own security...

Kogi at 30: The Journey So Far by Arogbonlo Israel

Kogi, one of the most endowed in terms of natural resources is debatably a catalyst as well as instrumental to the growth and development of modern Nigeria. The...

Adieu to Fallen Heroes

Nigeria bleedsNews of your deaths spread like wildfire without a fighterWithout saying goodbyeYou kiss mother deathAdieu! Breadwinners gone too soonHope of generation...

Obi Cubana and ‘Ghost of the Year’ Rhetoric

Death they say is inevitable and not the greatest loss as some rightly believe but a time for deep reflection on an existence that comes after the life ends. Against...

INEC Commissioner: Lauretta Onochie’s Rejection a Victory for Nigeria’s Democracy

It’s excitement galore and jubilation by all lovers of democracy in Nigeria as Senate refused to confirm the Special Assistant on new media to President Muhammadu...

MBS 2021: Kogi-born Journalist Empowers Kids in Floating Slum in Lagos to Mark Birthday

By Ameh Samuel. Following his undying passion for the less privilege and vulnerable in the society, Kogi state-born journalist, Arogbonlo Israel has not only touched the...

Between Zulum’s Capital Projects and Yahaya Bello’s Celeb Gimmicks

Every citizen is entitled to enjoy the dividends of democracy and it is important to note that, a responsible government will always strive to jettison antics aimed at...

June 12: Democracy in Undemocratic Regime, What Next?

Democracy Day in Nigeria is being celebrated on the 12th of June of every year. All thanks to President Muhammadu Buhari who, in his solidarity with the late Moshood...

Graduates Without ‘Sense’ (Concluding Part)

After graduation, what next? Having carefully observed reasons why graduates find it difficult to be employable in the labour market, it’s debatable to say most of...