May 29, 2017
Democracy Day

Two Years of Real Democracy

  By: Jonah Ibiamagabara For today’s article marking Nigeria’s “Democracy Day”, a quote by Michelle Hodkin should provide a suitable explanatory introduction. The quote goes thus: “Thinking […]
May 29, 2017

Anatomy Of Nigeria’s Sickly Democracy

By: Rahaman Onike Since 1999 that democracy became entrenched in Nigeria, it has been a narrative dotted by the  experiences of poor governance. This is often reinforced […]
May 11, 2017
Pink Lips

Pink Lips

By: Samson Adebayo “Pink Lips, pink lips!” I felt the voice calling out to me. It sounded like the voice of a pastor making an altar […]
May 10, 2017
Against The Run Of Play

Olusegun Adeniyi’s Against The Run Of Play – A Critical Review

  By: Rahaman Onike The twelve chapter book, ‘Against the Run of Play – How an incumbent President was defeated in Nigeria’- by Olusegun Adeniyi is […]
May 8, 2017

Lessons From Billions

So I’m watching this series “Billions”, and a scene in S01E03 struck me, I don’t think I’ll be forgetting it for a long time (if I […]
May 2, 2017

SSS Lopsided Recruitment; Between Ethnic Chauvinism And Quest For Balancing

  By: Rahaman Onike Initially, I thought it was a mere rumour the alleged lopsidedness in the recent  recruitment by the State Security Service (SSS), until […]
May 2, 2017
National Transformation

Is National Transformation Possible In Nigeria?

Ask the Greeks ‘if national transformation is possible?’, they would tell you an affirmative ‘Yes!’. Say same to the Singaporeans, their responses won’t be any different. […]
May 1, 2017
workers' day

2017 Workers’ Day and Begging Questions

  By: Rahaman Onike Today is not only declared as public holiday by the Federal Government of Nigeria to mark the workers day, it is a […]
May 1, 2017

Why Jonathan Must Be Tried, And Jailed If Need Be

“Better to be silent and thought a fool than to speak and remove every doubt” These past few days have witnessed former president Goodluck Jonathan’s frantic […]
April 30, 2017
Law Grading System

The Nigerian Law School Grading System Negates Common-sense

  By: Samuel Osho For every prestigious institution of higher learning, it is a commendable feat to exude uniqueness in the execution of plans but not […]