June 29, 2018

Of saint and sinners: Corruption is not a Nigerian

– Abdurrahman Onifade Bello “In times of political unrest, visit history to resolve the mess; in times of political harmony, visit history to avoid the mess.” […]
June 20, 2018

Indeed, Kunle Adebajo does not deserve this

Abdulrahman Bello Onifade Sometimes in 2017, I had a chat with two senior officials of the University of Ibadan Security Unit, popularly called Abefele. We talked […]
June 4, 2018
Falz Badguy


“The hardest thing to explain is the glaringly evident which everybody has decided not to see.” – Ayn Rand Folarin Falana a.k.a Falz on Friday 25 […]
May 18, 2018

Doctors and the Nigerian festival of tears

By: Mayowa Tijani It was October 2013; I remember this month with so much pain in my heart. My family had just lost one of our finest — […]
May 9, 2018

Block-Chain technology now? Can we get concerned Nigerians asking URGENT questions?

By Timi Olagunju Whilst at a meeting, in the early hours of 8a.m. yesterday, I read a report on Business Day that members of the House […]
May 9, 2018

What exactly are doctors doing in Nigeria?

By: Mayowa Tijani It was the night of December 22, 2002. I was rushed to the University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan. I was terribly sick; the […]
May 5, 2018

To Those Who Destroyed Our Institutions, ‘Ajekun Iya Le E Je’

Last Thursday, a director in a reputable non-governmental rights advocacy organization in Nigeria reached out to me. He was bitter about the perceived “victimization” of Senator […]
April 21, 2018

Nigeria, youth: our mumu no do, abi make we mumu enter 2019? ― Timi Olagunju

“It is alleged that the best way to hide something from a black man is to put it in a book (an article or on Google).  […]
April 20, 2018

A University of Ibadan Student and His Vice Chancellor on Facebook – by Onifade Bello

At 12:20pm on 15 April 2018, Ayobami Ojebode, a professor at University of Ibadan posted a conversation on his Facebook timeline. It was the conversation between […]
April 16, 2018

A #NoTo100k letter to Nigerians who care for Nigeria ― Timi Olagunju

In getting involved in advisory advocacy on the issue (#NoTo100k) on the questionable hike of fees from N12, 000 to N100, 000 on medical students in […]