Sunday Magazine

Archbishop Martins: Buhari must wake up, tackle insecurity

Archbishop Alfred Martins is the head of the Catholic Archdiocese of Lagos and the Metropolitan See for the Ecclesiastical Province of Lagos in Nigeria. In this interview with select journalists, he examines various political, social and economic issues facing the country, stating that Nigerians would be more reassured if President Muhammadu Buhari speaks to them […]

Sunday Magazine

Okada: Battling daring undocumented riders in Lagos

Menace of commercial motorcycle operators popularly known as Okada riders in Nigeria is a multipronged jeopardy. Their character is the same anywhere they are found, especially in Lagos, where irrationality, violence, and abusive temperament among others, are the hallmark of their recklessness. In spite of the latest ban on Okada activities in the state, they […]

Sunday Magazine

Wike: Nothing‘ll stop me from contesting 2023 presidential poll

Rivers State Governor, Mr. Nyesom Wike, in this interview with some journalists in Rivers State talks about some national issues, especially his ambition to contest the 2023 presidential elections. EMNNAUEL MASHA was there and presents the reports     In his recent interview, a former Governor of Niger State, Dr. Babangida Aliyu, suggested that you […]

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Buhari must implement El-Rufai’s report to save Nigeria –Ogunlewe

Senator Adeseye Ogunlewe is a former Minister of Works and Housing and a one time Senator representing Lagos East Senatorial District. He was for long a member of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). But recently, Ogunlewe, who was a member of the Alliance for Democracy (AD) defected to the All Progressives Congress (APC). In this […]

Sunday Magazine

PDP’ll retake Ebonyi, Cross River states, says Babangida Aliyu

Former Niger State governor, Dr. Mu’azu Babangida Aliyu is a member of PDP Board of Trustees (BoT). At the last National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting of the party, he moved for a vote of confidence on the party’s national leadership in the midst of a crisis dogging the PDP. In this interview with select journalists […]

Sunday Magazine

Gambling as youths’ new addiction

•2017: 10,000 outlets registered with 100,000 participants –LSLB •Gambling’s mental health problem may lead to depression, death –Psychologist •Addiction worse than drug abuse –Psychiatrist •‘33 promoters registered in 2018’ •Short-term damage control needed –Dr. Mustapha   With the increasing rate of youth unemployment in the country, Nigeria’s youths are now investing their time, money, and […]

Sunday Magazine

Bishop Gbonigi: This isn’t democracy we fought for

Pioneer Bishop of Akure Diocese of Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, Rev. Emmanuel Bolanle Gbonigi, was in the trenches with pro-democracy activists during the military era. He was popularly referred to as the ‘NADECO Bishop’ because of his activism during the military era. In this interview with BABATOPE OKEOWO, the nonagenarian Bishop emeritus said Nigeria […]

Sunday Magazine

Cybercrime: A peep into emerging world of yahoo-yahoo boys

Cyber criminals, also known as ‘yahoo-yahoo boys’ are gradually becoming ‘dignified’ persons in Nigeria. The conmen are quietly becoming role models for Nigerian youngsters, who admire their guts to steal and get rich. Worse still is that many Nigerian parents now advise their children to go into yahoo-yahoo apprenticeship with the intention of making it […]

Sunday Magazine

Why Buhari can’t save Nigeria –Ishola Williams

Major Gen. Ishola Williams (rtd) is a onetime Commandant, Training and Doctrine Command, Nigeria Army. In this interview with JOHNSON AYANTUNJI, he bares his mind on the worsening insecurity, attacks on police and police stations, 2023 elections and the call on United States of America to help fight Boko Haram   Nigeria’s security situation, rather  […]

Sunday Magazine

Okiro: Why Buhari shouldn’t negotiate with criminals

Sir Mike Okiro is a retired Inspector- General of Police and former Chairman of the Police Service Commission (PSC). Now a security consultant and lawyer, Okiro, in this interview with BIYI ADEGOROYE analyses the security situation in the country and general policing, advocating strong political will on the part of the government and interagency cooperation […]

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