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Tweet By Godson Azu BAMANGA TUKUR for PDP chairmanship;” BRINGING TRANSFORMATION” (BT), to the single largest political party institution in Africa with well over 25 milliom members cutting all ethnic diversity, professionalism, religious and gender equity. The party since its inception has established...

Tweet By Lere Olayinka The legacy bequeathed to the Yoruba race by late Chief Obafemi Awolowo’s Action Group (AG) and later, Unity Party of Nigeria (UPN) was Education. Courtesy of Awolowo’s party, education was not only made affordable but also available in the entire Southwest States. But can it be said today that those who have used Papa Awolowo’s name and trade-marked...

Tweet Lamido Sanusi is not a man to quiver in the face of verbal attacks resulting from his views. His upbringing as a prince  must have imbued  him with the courage to defend his convictions no matter what his adversaries say.  But the last one month  has not been the best of times for the economist and grandson of Muhammadu Sanusi, the  11th Emir of Kano.  Since...

Tweet        As horrible as all wars are, it is in its crucible that geniuses are discovered and unveiled as they rise above themselves to become all time heroes and legends. The American civil war defined and framed Abraham Lincoln’s all time greatness. Without the Second World War, we would never have known the full measure of Britain’s war time Prime Minister...

Tweet Patrick Iroegbu patrickiroegbu@yahoo.com   No doubt, we all can now see that Dim Ojukwu’s death and burial rites have become so transformational and unifying of the Igbo and Nigerians. He is one to be learned from. He fought a war against ethnic injustices not against Nigeria. His legacies will endure in Nigerian story. Apparently, Dim Ojukwu’s ongoing...

Tweet By Sullivan Odumegwu The subject matter of this discourse is the suit currently pending before a Federal High Court in Abuja seeking a declaration that, by the combined consequences of becoming a member or Chairman of a statutory body whilst a Senator and exercising powers under that body, Senator President, David Mark, has been caught by Section 68(1) (e) of the...

Tweet By Salihu Tanko Yakasai Kano State! By simple definition, a parasite means; an organism that benefits at the expense of another, the host! Taken into account this simple definition, I wonder how an average northerner can be termed one by my southern counterparts, especially from the Oil Producing region in Nigeria, My Country! Let me give u a simple example with...

Tweet VICTORIA AND AJA Written By Mecky I. Peters pmeckfree@yahoo.com   My heart bleeds as I read the story ofVictoria. How her own parents subjected her to midnight torture; when everywhere has been calmed, waking her up at night and burning her with candle to extract confession. This time not Victoria Climbe, but Victoria Akwa-Ibom. We reject our own for others...

Tweet I read a Sun Newspaper article written by Godson Offoaro were he said that RochasOkorocha the Governor of Imo State ate his lunch by wrestling power out of the hands of IkediOhakim. I ‘do bale’ at Offoaro’s   style of  trying to get another lunch pack, this time from the Prophet of Rescue, the man with shinning white buba and red cap  by speaking sweet...

Tweet *Aftermath of Supreme Court judgment returning Kwara CJ, Elelu-Habeeb By Olajide Fashikun For Justice Raliat Onaolapo Elelu-Habeeb, Friday 28th March 2008 will remain etched in her memory. Reason: It was the day she was sworn-in as the substantive  Chief Judge of Kwara State following the recommendation by the National  Judicial Council, (NJC) and subsequent...