Editorial: COVID-19, Churches and the moral burden of public safety

After weeks and months of holding out on the clamour from several quarters, on August 7th and 9th, mosques and churches reopened in Lagos...

Editorial: Nigeria’s season of sleaze

Recent revelations coming from different departments of government have become so alarmingly overwhelming that one can only resign to fate by abandoning any hope...

Editorial: Mr. President sir, your people are dying!

The security crisis that has continued to afflict many communities in the Southern Kaduna stretch of the country has clearly gone on for too...

Editorial: The N2.3 trillion and the economy

Recently, the government passed a stimulus package of N2.3 trillion as approved by the national assembly to reflate the economy and repair some of...
Adamu Adamu

Editorial: COVID-19 and the educational sector

Without doubt, COVID-19 has had a more devastating and global effect than anything before it. Unlike other pandemics, COVID-19 has led to the shutting...

Editorial: APC and the future of our democracy

Few Nigerians today, except the very rabid supporters, are still enamoured of the performance and promises of the ruling political party, the All Progressives...

Editorial: Nigeria’s Security Nightmare

The continuing spike in the number of security incidents in the country is to say the least, most troubling. Day after day, criminals of...

Editorial: Buhari, family and Nigerian’s queer governance

The recent case of shooting at the Aso Rock Villa, the home of the president and seat of government is a cause for concern;...

Editorial: Buhari and the burden of June 12

The emergence of Major General Muhammadu Buhari as the leading light of the democratic opposition to the then ruling People’s Democratic Party (PDP) following...