How Deposed Emir Sanusi Beheaded Akaluka’ – Femi Fani-Kayode

Posted by Thandiubani on Tue 10th Mar, 2020.  A fiery politician, Femi Fani-Kayode has asked for justice to be done after accusing deposed Sanusi of murder.  A former Minister of Aviation, Femi-Fani-Kayode, has accused the dethroned Emir, Muhammad Sanusi II of beheading Gideon Akaluka.  Ginna Crochets He made this known in a Facebook post. Fani-Kayode…

Diaspora Voting: Matters Arising By Tony Ademiluyi

  The Nigerians in the Diaspora constitute a sizeable chunk of the Nigerian population and a majority of them play more than an active role in the quest for good governance in the country touted to be the most populous in the African continent. The ruinous economic policies of the military led many of them…

Time for Igbo Presidency is 2023

  On February 23, 2020. By Dele sobowale “Justice is a machine that, when someone has given it a push, rolls on by itself” – John Galsworthy, 1867-1933, VANGUARD BOOK OF QUOTATIONS, p 111. Perhaps in the midst of the multitudes of issues dividing this nation, especially religion, politics, ethnicity, regionalism, economic inequality etc, it…

Why I Conceded Defeat for You to Live ‘, Goodluck Jonathan Opens Up 

by Gemid News The former President of Nigeria, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan in an open letter titled “My Transition Hours” that has since been making the rounds on the social media, has revealed why he conceded defeat in the 2015 Presidential election in the country. According to him, “I was fully informed about the manipulations, intrigues,…

2023: What ‘ll Make Buhari Support Igbo Presidency –Prof Igwe

By Sunday Ani A Professor of Political Science and member of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Obasi Igwe believes that with the right attitude from the Igbo leaders, President Muhammadu Buhari can freely support the quest for a president of Igbo extraction in 2023. In this exclusive chat, the political theorist, prolific writer and author,…

North Will Destroy Itself If It Doesn’t Change –Emir Of Kano, Sanusi

Speaking on Monday in Kaduna during an event to commemorate the 60th birthday celebration of governor of the state, Nasir el-Rufai, Sanusi said that real development will continue to elude the North except the leaders rise up and do the right thing. Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi, has said that Nigeria’s Northern region will destroy…

In New Video, Boko Haram Leader Shekau Threatens Minister, Journalists

  February 15, 2020Abdulkareem Haruna The leader of Boko Haram, Abubakar Shekau, has released a video in which he threatened the minister of communication and digital economy, Isa Pantami. Mr Shekau, in the nine-minute video, also threatened journalists saying they should be cautious about what they report or write about his group. The terror leader…

The Release Of Boko Haram Prisoners: Issues Arising By Tony Ademiluyi

  Majority of the Nigerian soldiers weren’t in support of it as it made a huge mockery of their efforts in curtailing the menace. The Niger Delta militants had a clear cause which was the fulcrum of their struggles. Their region produced the wealth of the nation but the structural lopsidedness and sinister nature of…

When the Regions Were Autonomous and Free (2)

On February 4, 2020. By Eric Teniola SECTION 65 of the Western Nigeria Constitution states that power to appoint person to hold or act in the office of the Agent-General of the Region in the United Kingdom (including power to make appointments on promotion and transfer) and to remove persons so appointed from that office…

The Snoring Church Wakes Up?

On February 4, 2020. By Yinka Odumaki THE significance of Nigerian father of faith, Pastor E. A. Adeboye on spiritual Aluta last Sunday should not be lost on us and “somebody” should “shout Halleluyah” that it had taken Boko Haram to wake up the snoring church in Nigeria. It was Pastor Sam Adeyemi who said…

One Step Forward, Three Steps Backkwards

On February 4, 2020. By Obadiah Mailafia THE Nigerian economy is a series of paradoxes. In the first place, we are a very wealthy nation in terms of natural resource endowment. We in fact have an embarrassment of riches. And yet, we are the poverty capital of the world. In 2017, Nigeria overtook India as…