Declaration Of Causes: Why Yoruba Will Leave Nigeria By Bayo Oluwasanmi

Predictions about the breakup of Nigeria have reached its crescendo. The Fulani controlled federal government headed by General Buhari continues to thumb its nose at Yorubas. With the formation of Amotekun, the Western Nigeria Security Network, Yorubas have obviously stated their declaration of causes why they will leave Nigeria. Ginna Crochets This is Nigeria’s end…

The Downside Of Being The Last Child In A Nigerian Home

By Chukwudubem Agbo 21 January 2020.  “Don’t you know he is the last child?” a statement that makes the youngest in a Nigerian home almost untouchable. Most grown-up last children would argue that being the youngest has its perks, but trust me when I say its disadvantages are nothing compared to its benefits. One truth…

Love Begins with Family

  One of my favourite memories from childhood was my dad getting back from work. We would all be about our various activities, my two siblings and I, mostly bickering with each other, only to be interrupted by my mum’s voice shouting “Your dad is home!” Oya come and see race! Our tiny feet dashing,…

Why Nigeria Must Break Up By Remi Oyeyemi

  We all want to have our nation-states where we can hold people accountable. We need to do away with the protective evil umbrella that Nigeria spreads over the evil doers in our respective nations. We ought to stop pretending that we want Nigeria. Nigeria must break up. We all need to work towards this….

Can Amotekun Really Cost South-West 2023 Presidency

Posted by George on Fri 17th Jan, 2020 – To share in my despondence please read the statement of Alhassan Saleh, national secretary of Miyetti Allah. In my column article of January 6 – a riposte to Isa Funtua’s prejudiced utterance on the Igbo — I wrote: ‘’Funtua’s statement reeks of corpulent arrogance, bigotry and…

Why Human Beings Don’t Live As Long As They Once Did

Posted by Samuel on Tue 14th Jan, 2020.  Reno Omokri talks about why human beings no longer live as long as they once used to. Have you ever wondered why the animals in the Garden of Eden never posed a physical threat to Adam and Eve, or why the wild animals Noah kept in the…

Imo: What If Father Mbaka Got Prophecy From The ‘Oga At The Top’?

Posted by George on Wed 15th Jan, 2020.  Social media commentators and other influencers have been reacting to the Supreme Court judgement in Imo State in connection with the ‘powerful’ prophecy of Father Mbaka. Ginna Crochets Yesterday must have been the longest night for the Imo State Governor, Emeka Ihedioha who was abruptly sacked by…

The Angel of History and the Ghost of Biafra

On January 14, 2020. By Obadiah Mailafia WEDNESDAY, January 15, marks 50 years to the day when our tragic civil war was formally ended. That was the day that Colonel Philip Effiong and his men brought the articles of surrender to Yakubu Gowon at Dodan Barracks, Lagos. Gowon famously declared that there were” no victor,…

Left Out In The Cold: The Sad Story Of Almajiri Children In Harmattan

Posted by Samuel on Sat 11th Jan, 2020.  Almajiri children go through a whole lot in Northern Nigeria especially during the harmattan seasons. A group of almajirai searching for breakfast early in Kano Usman was shivering from cold. The eight-year-old had no protective garb to shield him against the freezing weather. He wore tattered clothes…

The Necessary Evil

On January 12, 2020. By Chioma Gabriel Women have often been described as a necessary evil, a desirable calamity and a domestic peril. Recently, a woman had traced a perceived side chick side chick of her husband to a shopping mall to disgrace her. Doctors Demand Urgent Medical Treatment For Wikileaks Founder, Assange Stories abound…

Terrorists Are not Dividing Us, You Are Sir

On January 12, 2020. By Dele Sobowale “We should under no circumstances let terrorists divide us by turning Christians against Muslims because those barbaric killers don’t represent Islam and millions of other law-abiding Muslims around the world” – President Buhari after Muslims slaughtered Christians on December 25, 2019. Ginna Crochets Brace Up For Leadership, Buhari…

Of Victors and Vanquished: Biafra, 50 Years After

January 15 marks the 50th anniversary of the end of the Nigerian Civil War and the official end of the short-lived Republic of Biafra. It is unlikely there will be any national event to mark the occasion other than the annual Remembrance Day ritual which has become nothing but a cash cow for those involved…