Abraham Ogbodo explains why the governorship quest by Timipre Sylva threatens the time-honoured Bayelsa turn-by-turn politics.
In Justice is What the People Say, an editor interrogates the intersection of commonsense, justice, and public opinion in judicial decisions.
Abraham Ogbodo argues that the nation cannot make progress if President Tinubu continues with a provinccial mindset. Nigeria is at its lowest ebb and recovery cannot be viewed through the prism of partisan politics and the type of provincialism that has been on display so far. If for good reasons, the opposition declines participation, the […]
Editor Abraham Ogbodo on how we created easy passageway for Tinubu to pay for our collective amnesia and are now paying dearly to ransom our captive souls.
Editor, ABRAHAM OGBODO, sees ASUU strikes as weapon of mass destruction and a manifestation of poor problem-solving capacity by the country’s best brains.