Columnist Lasisi Olagunju of The Tribune uses the scramble for Lagos as a metaphor to analyse current restiveness in Southwest region.
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Stop the obsession with Lagos
Maria Ude Nwachi writes the Igbo in general to stop the obsession with Lagos and focus on development of the Southeast
Yorùbá ro’nú, yes, ro’nú!
Yorùbá ro’nú yes ro’nú! is a dog whistle by those who are not sincerely invested in the gains of contemplation says Abimbola Adelakun.
Thoughts on the assassination
Thoughts on the Assassination of Chief Victor Oyibo Chukwu, Labour Party Candidate in the 2023 Enugu East Senatorial Election By Prof. Arthur Chukwu Chukwu is head of the Department of Professional Ethics and Skills, Nigerian Law School, Yola Campus, Adamawa State With tears in my eyes, I make the declaration below on behalf of the […]
Obi can’t do the magic alone
In Peter Obi cannot do magic, the author analyses how each of us contributes to the current hardship in Nigeria.
Our community of pious mothers
Our Community of Pious Mothers is Ada Agina-Ude’s introspective look at the enablers and consequences of after- Christmas teenage pregnancies.
When the Anambra governor speaks
Columnist Sonala Olumhense reminds Chukwuma Soludo of integrity issues he needs to clear, now that he vows to come clean.
I am a trader
Dr. Ihegboro reminisces on old times and marvels at how Peter Obi has changed “I am a trader” into a positive introduction.
Nigerian Writers as Free Community Laborers
Professor Farooq Kperogi on what propels Nigerian editors and writers to oftentimes function as if they are free community laborers
The Nsukka elite gang-up against Ugwuanyi
CHARLES OKONKWO proffers reasons behind alleged gang-up by some members of the Nsukka elite against Enugu State Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi