The affairs of men have interesting similarities that one only has to dig a little deeper to really appreciate the fact that the more things change, the more they remain the same.
How come that the seeming impregnable Omar al-Bashi [...]
The suspended Chief Justice of Nigeria, Walter Onnoghen, last Thursday, March 4, 2019, threw in the towel after a tempestuous few weeks which has seen him docked, the first in Nigeria’s history for a CJN, over allegations of false assets’ declaration.
As the race for the speakership of the 9th House of Representatives intensifies by the day, a pro-gender activist, Bar. Esther Uzoma, has made a case for a female speaker.
Uzoma at a press briefing in Abuja, weekend, said there was need for gender equity, competence and balance if Nigeria desir [...]
Is it too early for the Dancing Senator, Ademola Adeleke, to thrill Nigerians with new dance steps, or there are more hurdles to cross?
Last Friday, the 3-man electoral tribunal sitting in Abuja ruled that Adeleke is the [...]
Remi Tinubu’s reflexive hostility
When Jonathan Swift, the Anglo-Irish satirist, essayist, political pamphleteer, poe [...]
The help el-Rufa’I needs
“This dwarf still observes the world from his own self-imposed height.”
“Turning fifty is a matter of pride
You have experience by your side
You know everything there is to know
You have knowledge and skills to show
You have reac [...]
“The fear of me not exhibiting the uncommon courage that had earlier been exhibited; I assure you that I remain whom I have been on the bench right from the beginning and I intend to end that way by the special grace of God,” Justice Walter Nkanu Onnoghen said on his confirmation by the Se [...]
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