It was long in coming and it did so with the expected bang. Controversial Super Eagles coach Sunday Oliseh could not have been more dramatic than he was last Thursday when he announced his resignation on twitter.
Since the ex-Super Eagles player was appointed national team coach a few months ag [...]
Having spent the last 16 years in the National Assembly, eight of which he was the supremo, David Mark Bonaventure Alechenu, could very well be said to be the husbandman of power.
Last Saturday, Mark found himself in testy waters as he squared up against one of his protégé, Daniel [...]
Senator Ali Sheriff, SAS, is master of the power game. Last week, the controversial former governor of Borno state emerged as the National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, in a move that took the sail off some political pundits and party faithful.
A political voyeur, Sheriff has always [...]
An acolyte in the temple of justice finds himself as scapegoat of where he serves is the story of Mr. Ricky Tarfa SAN.
Like a scene plucked from a Nollywood flick, Tarfa in his sworn oath to defend his clients found himself at the wrong end of the pole with the Economic and Financial Crimes Com [...]
Senate Victor Ndoma-Egba seems to have found that tiny spark called conscience in his heart. For 12 years, he was at the Senate and stayed on as Leader of Senate, during the 7th Senate.
With his attempt to return hitting the rocks, Ndoma-Egba, a cerebral lawyer by all means, retreated into his [...]
Pastor William Kumuyi is one of Nigeria’s renowned God’s General. With his ‘lean’ ministry devoid of the flamboyancy of the new Pentecostal, Kumuyi’s Deeper Life Bible Church was different.
Its members were compelled to be ‘chaste, moderate in dressing, fruga [...]
Olajumoke Orisaguna’s fairy tale change of fortune aptly captures the song of the Psalmist in 102:13.
The psalmist sang, “Thou shalt arise, [and] have mercy upon Zion: for the time to favour her, yea, the set time, is come.”
It was the set time for the bread seller to a [...]
Indeed, life is about times and seasons. Only a few months back, African Independent Television, AIT, was running a scathing documentary against former Governor Bola Ahmad Tinubu, the Lion of Bourdilion, the Jagban.
The documentary aptly titled: The Lion of Bourdilion, encapsulated the rise and [...]
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