Opinion

What Muslim/Muslim ticket are we even talking about?

I do not know the precise religious demographics of All Progressives Congress, (APC), presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s family but I know it’s a Christian/Muslim mix.   Nevertheless, it is most likely to be the case that Bola Tinubu goes to bed at night in his own house and, yet, he went to bed […]

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Spiritual warfare strategy

If you are a child of God, who pays his/her tithe and live in obedience of God’s word and still famine season encroaches on your liberty in Christ, there is way out. The strategy to adopt is Spiritual Warfare. I have adopted this strategy in my life and it works always. There was a time […]

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2023 and Okotie’s Interim Govt.

This is election season and everyone seems to be looking forward to the 2023 presidential election after the primaries. The fundamental challenges facing our country, like crippling domestic and foreign debts, high-interest payments for the over 40 trillion dollars loan; terrorism, criminality, infrastructure deficit, unemployment, religious bigotry, agitations by separatist movements, and many others have […]

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Lalong: A good fit for the position of DG APC presidential campaign council Prince Oyekunle Oyewumi

Governor of Plateau State, Rt. Hon. Simon Lalong, can be described as a consummate politician, astute public servant, legal expert and more importantly a pan-Nigerian with passion for unity, stability and progress of Nigeria. Born in Shendam Local Government area of Plateau State in the North Central geopolitical zone of Nigeria, Lalong, a lawyer by […]

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A minority from the South in terms of attitudes

The recent contention by Erastus Ikhide in a piece dated July 8, 2022 and titled: “Atiku in stormy waters over choice of running mate’, more than anything else brings to mind the time-honoured saying by Martin Luther King Jr., American Baptist minister and civil activist, that just as there are three Souths geographically, there are […]

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PVC: INEC should ensure efficient distribution

T he Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, is the body in charge of the electoral system of Nigeria. According to the Electoral Act, the duties of INEC include the registration of voters, printing and distribution of permanent voters’ cards, PVCs, planning and conduct of elections and so on. With the end of the controversial and […]

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How Galaxy Backbone’s Digital Infrastructure enhances MDAs’ effectiveness

  Patrick Bruce     Before the Galaxy Backbone (GBB) commenced operations in 2006, ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs) were operating in silos with little or no impactful digital services observed. There were no common systems or platforms that enabled these government establishments to relate with one another in a seamless way. There were also […]

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2023 and curses of phantom bishops

Law Mefor   Democracy is about choices and freedoms. In a pluralistic nation such as Nigeria, democracy is also about inclusivity, social justice and fairness. The latter consideration brought to bear the principle of rotation and zoning in this dispensation. The need for stability and unity has become a big issue in sustaining the ongoing […]

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Mitigating the scourge of drug abuse

There is no doubt that Nigeria is grossly challenged with a growing scourge of insecurity ravaging the land across the nooks and crannies of the country. Nigeria, which used to be the pride of not just Africa but the black race, is currently being challenged in a scale that has never been seen before prompting […]

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Nigerian politics as ‘rocket science’ (2)

Nigerian politics took off effectively in 1934 when Lagos (later Nigerian) Youth Movement (NYM) was formed. Azikiwe and Awolowo’s membership of NYM was a catalyst for Nigerian politics but it also led to its polarization over Ernest Ikoli and Samuel Akinsanya electoral political disagreement between Azikiwe and Awolowo. The polarization of Southern politics has remained […]

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