Sunday Magazine

Endsars’ll manifest in 2023 elections, says Nduka-Eya

Elder statesman and former Secretary General of the pan- Igbo socio-cultural organization, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Chief Nduka Eya, in this interview with KENNETH OFOMA, speaks about the travails of Senator Ike Ekweremadu and his wife in the UK over alleged human trafficking and organ harvesting, the crisis in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), the chances of […]

Sunday Magazine

Okotie: 2023’ll only bring catastrophic election to Nigeria

Pastor Chirs Okotie, a former musician is the Head Pastor, Household of God’s Church, Lagos. In 2002, he told Nigerians that God told him he would be the president in 2003. Using his Fresh Party, platform, he tried and failed in 2003 and 2007. Fifteen years after, Okotie is back on the political scene with […]

Sunday Magazine

Road-worthiness certificate: Nightmares of Nigerians on unworthy roads

Despite the parlous state of a great number of Nigerian roads, motorists worry about having to pay for road worthiness tests amid concerns about roads that are far from being vehicleworthy. In this piece, LADESOPE LADELOKUN, writes on the frustration and agonies of Nigerian road users   Looking morose with hands akimbo as he paced […]

Sunday Magazine

Cooking gas: Tales of lamentations, pains, troubles of rising cost

As the price of gas continues to rise, lamentations have become the regular song on the lips of Nigerians. In this piece, LADESOPE LADELOKUN writes on the pains the rising price of cooking gas has caused Nigerians and how to reduce its accompanying burden   With a handful of charcoal sandwiched between stones, her nostrils […]

Sunday Magazine

Obi’s defection from PDP shocked me, says Bode George

Chief Olabode George, an elder statesman, is a former Deputy National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). In this interview with WALE ELEGBEDE, he speaks on the state of the nation, the need to scrutinize the personality and antecedents of 2023 presidential candidates, how to reinvent the wheel of the Nigerian state, the chances […]

Sunday Magazine

29 years after: MKO’s legacies battered by death

Today marks exactly 29 years since the June 12, 1993 presidential election was held. Adjudged to be the freest and fairest election ever held in Nigeria, the presumed winner of that election, Chief Moshood Kashimowo Olawale Abiola was, to many, Nigeria’s hero of democracy. In this piece, LADESOPE LADELOKUN writes on the legacies of the […]

Sunday Magazine

Gen Williams: APC, PDP delegates chose money over integrity

Major Gen. Ishola Williams (rtd) is a onetime Commandant, Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Nigeria Army. In this interview with JOHNSON AYANTUNJI, he talks about his fears for Nigeria with the way and manner presidential flag bearers of the parties emerged. He said that it is a shame that delegates chose money above integrity and […]

Sunday Magazine

Nigerians can’t make another mistake in 2023 –Alkali, NNPP Chair

Prof. Rufai Alkali is the National Chairman of the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP) and a former spokesperson of the opposition Peoples Democratic Party. In this interview with JOHNCHUKS ONUANYIM, Alkali speaks about the problems in the country, asserting that Nigeria needs a leader that can jump start the economy   When are we expecting […]

Sunday Magazine

Outrageous bills: Dealing with DISCOs’ exploitation, frustration

Amidst harsh economic realities, lamentations by a great number of unmeterred Nigerians over exploitative and bizarre estimated billings have not ceased. In this piece, LADESOPE LADELOKUN writes on the plight of Nigerian electricity consumers and failure of regulatory agencies to guarantee succour     Temitope Adebowale (not real name) a staff of an Engineering firm […]

Sunday Magazine

June 1 deadline: Why Lagos must enforce Okada ban –Stakeholders

The Lagos State government has said that it would commence the enforcement of the ban on the operations of commercial motorcyclists, otherwise known as Okada riders, in some parts of the state. But mixed reactions have continued to trail the plan. In this report, LADESOPE LADELOKUN examines the security and economic implications of the ban […]

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