Category: Opinion

Expresso: Memo to the soulless elite of the north

By Steve Osuji This house called Nigeria is rapidly coming apart. It is falling down around our ears starting from the north. The first step to mitigate or completely...

COVID-19 and indirect primary: Will INEC conduct indirect governorship elections?

By John Mayaki An article on StearsBusiness defined a primary election as “a mini-election where a political party elects its preferred candidate to run for public...

Opportunism, self-help and opportunity

OPPORTUNISM, SELF-HELP AND OPPORTUNITY. By Dapo Thomas What Is Opportunism? It Is The Habit Of Looking For Short-cut To The Realisation Of One’s Aspiration And The...

The burden of leadership at FIRS

By ABDULLAHI ISMAILA AHMAD If one has not occupied a position of leadership, one would not fully understand the truism of William Shakespeare’s wise words: “uneasy...

Femi Adeshina: So what?

  By Duro Onabule Poor chap, adviser on media affairs to President Muhammadu Buhari, whose appointment of a new chief of staff, Ibrahim Gambari, offered the...

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Buhari’s phoney gallantry- Tony Enahoro: A noble life of state pardons

By Peter Enahoro (Peter Pan) Older heads in the Enahoro clan know enough about political state pardons not to get excited by it. It is not a pension annuity, not a war...

We screwed up public education, now it’s time to fix it

By Akin Olaniyan Nigeria has always been an interesting case. It’s the richly endowed country that is also home to some of the world’s poorest. It is where sprawling...

Run, get prepared before impending bad economic rain starts

  By Anayo Nwosu, OON The economic hardship that will befall on countries like Nigeria after and during COVID-19 is better imagined than experienced. It is akin to...

So, who can work from home?

“Work from home!” has been a dictum running right through the crisis that has engulfed the world today. Venturing outside your door could mean that you stand a risk...

COVID-19: Produce what we consume and eat what we produce

  By Sunday James The title of this article may sound agriculturistic, but far from that, the Covid-19 pandemic has thrown the biggest challenge of our time to...