For The Record: Buhari’s 2nd Covid-19 address to Nigerians

ADDRESS BY H.E. MUHAMMADU BUHARI, PRESIDENT OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA ON THE EXTENSION OF COVID- 19 PANDEMIC LOCKDOWN AT THE STATE HOUSE,...

EOP 206: Oil price crash – Back to the 1970s

By Uche Chris Nigeria is today where it was in the 1970s shortly after the 1973 oil embargo imposed by the OPEC countries led by...

Flashback: Yoruba are the problem with Nigeria – Lamido Sanusi

In a paper presented at the “National Conference On The 1999 Constitution” jointly organised by the Network For Justice and the Vision Trust Foundation,...

FOR THE RECORD: We need not go the way Yugoslavia or Sudan — Obasanjo

The ex-Nigerian leader in this piece celebrates the life and work of Fasehun both as a medical practitioner and leader. Fasehun: His life, work,...

For the records: Enough is enough! Nnia Nwodo’s open letter to IG of Police

AN OPEN LETTER TO THE INSPECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE THE ROAD TO ANARCHY It is with a heart full of trepidation and responsibility that Ohanaeze Ndigbo...

Biafra Never Again! By Prof Wole Soyinka

Full text of keynote speech delivered by Nobel Laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the end of the...

Beyond politics: An economic narrative for West Africa – by John Mahama 

For the records •Being a text of 7th Realnews Magazine anniversary lecture by Mr. John Mahama, former President of Ghana •Distinguished Chairman, Dr. Mansur Muhtar, former...

ECONOMIC AND INSTITUTIONAL RESTRUCTURING FOR THE NEXT NIGERIA

By Prof. Chukwuma Charles Soludo, CFR Speech delivered at The Platform on “Re-Designing the Nigerian Economy with New Ideas”; The Covenant Place, Beside the National...

Buhari blames past leaders for economic woes in independence speech

Nigeria's president, Muhammadu Buhari, has once again, placed the blame for the country's struggling economy on "past administrations" which he said, failed to pursue...
Boko Haram terrorists

723 people killed, 407 abducted in Nigeria in one month – Report

OBINNA EZUGWU A report by a non governmental organisation, Nigeria Mourns, has shown that not less than 723 people were killed in violent attacks...