Written by Agency reporter Friday, 28 December 2012 02:42
Corruption did not begin with President Goodluck Jonathan's government.
Written by Nigeria NewsDay Wednesday, 22 June 2011 08:03
One Sunday in January, something rarely seen in
For students of
In West Africa, dozens of countries from
These African countries have experienced more years of strife than they have experienced peace. And for all those years, the common refrain had been that something was sacrosanct about these countries created by the Europeans.
The willingness of the international community to give the people of
Now, leaders of African countries will think twice before they embark on policies to dehumanize the minorities within their countries. They will now know that the international community can indict them, the way Omar Hassan al-Bashir was indicted. And once indicted, these leaders will be will to consider what was once impossible – break up of their countries.
With the surge in hostility against the Nigerian state from Boko Haram, including the recent suicide bombing of the Police Headquarters in
Nigerians, and indeed, Africans, suffered a lot due to colonization. They do not need to suffer more in the name of preserving the crumbling edifice the colonialists left behind.
Written by Nigeria NewsDay Monday, 13 June 2011 19:14
The recent incident in Badagry where soldiers from the 242 Recce Battalion went on rampage, killing any policeman in sight, should be a watershed in the never-ending lawlessness of uniformed men in
Written by Nigeria NewsDay Friday, 03 June 2011 21:06
The issue of who becomes a member of President Goodluck Jonathan’s cabinet is so important that we have to address it twice.
Written by Nigeria NewsDay Saturday, 28 May 2011 03:33
By all indications, May 29, 2011 is going to be a great day for
Written by Nigeria Newsday Thursday, 19 May 2011 23:49
President Goodluck Jonathan is going through the process of selecting a few good men and women who will serve in his government as ministers. It is the first big call the newly elected president will make. In that call lays the potential for the president to make or mar the next four years of his administration.
Written by NigeriaNewsday, Detroit Thursday, 12 May 2011 13:10
On Monday, President Goodluck Jonathan received in Aso Rock the families of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) members killed in Bauchi and
Written by Nigeria Politics Daily Monday, 02 May 2011 14:52
Now that the elections of 2011 have come and gone, Nigerians need a debriefing. A deconstruction of what happened in the elections is essential for the wellbeing of the nation. It is more pertinent in the light of all the negative trends that emerged in the elections, including the carnage in the North following the presidential election.
Written by Administrator Thursday, 07 April 2011 18:54
In the run-up to elections next month, Nigerians deserve to learn something about what each presidential candidate stands for. In addition, the electorate as well as the citizenry should have the opportunity to gauge how the more than a dozen men seeking their nation’s highest political office stack up.