Category Archives: Editorials

#ENDSARS: Nigeria Youths And The Hope For A Brigther Future

Nigeria is home to a thriving contradiction. Here is a country that celebrates its aspirations to greatness—economic success, food security, accountable governance, territorial integrity, internal security, and improved living standards—sabotaging its young and vibrant population. A pseudo-welfarist democracy, Nigeria’s young

An Enemy Of The People – By Femi Adesina

For well over one week, the polity has been suffused with what President Muhammadu Buhari describes as “genuine concerns and agitations by Nigerians about the excessive use of force and in some cases extra-judicial killings and wrongful conduct by men

Edo Elections; The Political Undercurrent of Change

By Bamidele Ademola-Olateju Hubris is bad for politics yet many political actors get consumed by it. What was that boastful “leader of all democrats” broadcast for? That broadcast was the kiss of death. Edo people were enraged at the meddlesomeness

Fuel Hike: Fake Messiah Finally Became a Wild Hangman.

BY: Adeola Soetan Buhari is an experienced stone-hearted Hangman. He doesn’t give a damn to the agony of his victims in as much the rope is in good condition to hang more, and members of his anti-poor pro-capitalist elite hangmen

#SchoolsReopening: ASUU’s Greedy Attitude

BY Michael Isaac  At least the world can agree on one thing this time: ‘2020 came with a big blow that has thrown everyone off their feet‘. With the coronavirus disease, COVID-19, ravaging economies and changing work and lifestyles, 2020

Atiku Vs Tinubu: A Political Prognosis

By the prognosis of political pundits in Nigeria, 2023 presidential election may yet be the defining moment and the year for total electoral victory for the former Vice President of Nigeria and the Waziri of Adamawa, Atiku Abubakar. As Winston

Celebrating the “Real Life Heroes” of the Northeast, Nigeria on World Humanitarian Day

BY Michael Oche Andrew World Humanitarian Day (WHD) is held every year on August 19 to pay tribute to aid workers, especially those at the frontline who risk their lives in humanitarian service. It is also a day to remember