Atiku: Why Igbo should forgo the VP

Nigerian politicians are immeasurably predictable. And the possible choice for the vice presidential candidate for Atiku Abubakar, the flag bearer of the PDP, manifestly...

Editorial: President Buhari and the need for Real Change

When President Muhammadu Buhari came to power in 2015, expectations were high both within and outside the country, that Nigerian was going to witness...

Editorial: Election shift is totally irresponsible

Saturday, around 2 am Nigerians were rudely awoken to the grim announcement by Prof. Mahmud Yakubu, Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC,...

Editorial: Buharinomics and the future of the economy

The Nigerian is undergoing is major transformation from what it was for 16 years under the PDP, and indeed, since the structural adjustment programme...

What next for Hassan Tukur, Jonathan’s man Friday

  In Marsiglio of Padua's treatise on power, the Florentine political theorist espoused prevarication, dissembling and shunning of limelight as keys to attaining and retaining...

2019 elections and the challenges of the economy (Editorial)

About four weeks to the commencement of the 2019 general elections, it is shocking that the leading political parties and candidates for various elections,...

Editorial: Taming the Lagos-Ibadan traffic horror

The grossly inexcusable and highly debilitating traffic gridlock which has become the new normal on the Lagos-Ibadan expressway is a most unfortunate development. This...

Editorial: The PSC Act and matters arising

The issues around the passage and signing of the new Act on Production Sharing Contracts, PSCs, have been misunderstood and distorted that what should...
2023: Welcome 2039!

When the wrong people get elected; Greece debt crisis and lessons for Nigeria

  I am fairly sure that not many Nigerians are aware, much less interested, in the political drama unfolding in Greece with wider implications for...