Wills and handover notes in transition planning headline discussions as FEDSAS schoolmates gather in reunion, 40 years after.
Chido Nwakanma believes it’s time for national conversation on social influences of Nollywood and its effect on the Nigerian narrative.
A Federal High Court sitting in Abuja has paid a back-handed compliment with a judicial recognition of Isi Agu, the national Igbo attire
CHIDO NWAKANMA counts the benefits of liberalisation of broadcasting and shows how radio deepens our democracy in Nigeria.
Discourse in Nigeria suffers from the menace of street wisdom – expressions and phrases accepted because they seduce with their folk appeal.
Chido Nwakanma outlines various routes that presidential aspirants may travel, beyond asking for quota in the quest for the presidency.
Chido Nwakanma on the credentials of Southeasterners jostling for nominations, now that Ndigbo have stepped out for the presidency
Columnist Chido Nwakama examines the evidence and concludes that the Magodo GRA-2 case puts to shame our grasping elite class.
Chido Nwakanma re-examines the fantastic tales that our public officials intermittently weave each time on the fuel subsidy matter.
Columnist CHIDO NWAKANMA asks when we will stand up to Nigeria’s frenemies using Covid-19 Omicron to throw us under the bus.