Sunday Magazine

4th Mainland Bridge: Coping with high expectations, fears of demolition

With the announcement of the preferred bidder for the construction of the Fourth Mainland Bridge recently, concerns are rife about the fate of the owners of about 800 buildings the proposed bridge would affect. In this piece, LADESOPE LADELOKUN x-rays the fears and expectations of citizens “It’s a lie. That’s how they promise to build […]

Sunday Magazine

Ikpeazu: How we saved Abia from security challenges in S’East

In this interview, Abia State Governor, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu, speaks about his performance in almost eight years in office and his intention before he leaves office in May 2023. Ikpeazu equally touched on national politics and the G-5 governors, as well as his crunch battle in Abia South Senatorial District with Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe and […]

Sunday Magazine

Tinubu’ll win 2023 polls and secure victory for APC candidates –Bulama

Waziri Bulama, a former National Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC) is a member of the party’s Presidential Campaign Council (PCC) and the Tinubu/Shettima Grassroots Independent Campaign Council (T/ SGICC). In this interview with JOHNCHUKS ONUANYIM, the party chieftain speaks on many issues concerning next month’s general elections, the chances of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed […]

Sunday Magazine

Cashless policy: Tales of sorrow, tears over increasing bank fraud

Reports of Nigerians, who lost their money to hackers in their trusted banks have raised doubts about the safety of funds kept in supposed safe places. While sorrow and gnashing of teeth have become their lot, concerns mount over how this trend would affect Nigeria’s cashless policy. LADESOPE LADELOKUN, writes on the frustration of victims […]

Sunday Magazine

Why Tinubu, Atiku should step down to avoid disgrace –Utomi

Professor Pat Okedinachi Utomi is one of the leaders of the Obi/ Datti campaign structure and is the leader of the Big Tent, a group within the Labour Party. In an interview with GEOFFREY EKENNA, he speaks on the recent endorsement of Peter Obi by former President Olusegun Obasanjo and the leader of the Ijaw […]

Sunday Magazine

Agonies on Ogun communities bad roads

For a number of residents in Ogun State, especially along the boundary communities, plying roads in the Gateway State only yields bad experiences. In this report, LADESOPE LADELOKUN, writes on the pains and frustration triggered by deplorable state of Ogun roads   From their horrible roads, broken infrastructure and near absence of government presence, many […]

Sunday Magazine

Why Buhari can’t gamble with handing over to opposition –Senator Ogunlewe

A former Minister of Works, Senator Adeseye Ogunlewe, is a staunch member of the All Progressives Congress(APC). He was on the delegation of the party’s candidate Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s visit to London for the Chatham House outing. In this interview with GEOFFREY EKENNA, he speaks on the outing, 2023 election and why the G-5 […]

Sunday Magazine

A Kingdom Against Itself: Blood, sorrow, tears in Ebonyi Community

The persistent rivalry between two political gladiators in Ekoli Edda, Afikpo South Local Government Area, Ebonyi State has led to fresh carnage in the community, reports UCHENNA INYA   Chief Stanley Okoro Emegha and Chief Eni Uduma Chima for long, have been political rivals. They have never agreed politically. Incidentally, two of them are from […]

Sunday Magazine

Segun Sowumi: Internal crises may hinder PDP’s chances in 2023 polls

Mr. Segun Showumi is a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party in Ogun State and a factional governorship candidate. In this interview with OLUFEMI ADEDIRAN, he speaks on the crises in the party across the country and inadequacies of PDP’s internal control mechanism   What do you think is responsible for the crisis in the […]

Sunday Magazine

Economic downturn: Disappearing colours, thrills of Christmas

 As Christian faithful in Nigeria join the rest of the world to celebrate Christmas today, LADESOPE LADELOKUN, in the second part of this story reports on the disappearing spirit of Christmas and how economic hardship and insecurity are compelling a change in the culture of Christmas celebration   Little Shikemi Adu, 11, is heartbroken! Long […]

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