The Fulani Republic of Nigeria, By Fani-Kayode

The Fulani Republic of Nigeria, By Fani-Kayode

The Sultan of Sokoto is the father of the Fulani people, the foremost traditional ruler in  northern Nigeria and the spiritual leader of all northern Muslims. He is not just a traditional ruler but an all-powerful potentate who represents a strange and mystical power and who heads an ancient and dark empire. Not only is […]

Rumble in the Gambia

Rumble in the Gambia

By Ogbonna Nwuke The Gambia shouldn’t be at the centre of global attention. But it is. Thanks to the intransigence of a man who has been in power for too long, the tiny African country is in the spotlight. At stake is the future of democracy in the Gambia and the refusal of Yahya Jammeh, […]

UN Panel of Investigation into the Genocide in Southern Kaduna: A CALL for Objectivity

UN Panel of Investigation into the Genocide in Southern Kaduna: A CALL for Objectivity

By Rev. Fr Paul Danbaki Jatau PHD In Southern Kaduna today, many are desperately searching for answers right now. Southern Kaduna indegenes have seen their loved ones slaughtered, raped and brutalized. Some have watched their homes, businesses, villages, and religious places set ablaze and destroyed. Husbands have helplessly watched their wives raped and humiliated. Ordinary people […]

Jammeh’s Defiance, ECOWAS Mistake and Buhari’s Bad Example

Jammeh’s Defiance, ECOWAS Mistake and Buhari’s Bad Example

By Jude Ndukwe As it is now, The Gambia is under emergency rule as declared by its president of 22 years, Yahya Jammeh. The emergency rule has become necessary in the estimation of Jammeh, following his decision to challenge the outcome of the country’s December 1, 2016 election in which Adama Barrow was declared winner. […]

Nigeria’s deadly monsters (Part 2), by Fani-Kayode

Nigeria’s deadly monsters (Part 2), by Fani-Kayode

NIGERIA’S DEADLY MONSTERS (PART 2) In his book titled “Concerning the Government of Our Country and Neighboring Countries in the Sudan”, Nigeria’s first Mahdi, Sheik Usman Dan Fodio, who is the father of the Fulani Caliphate and leader of the 1804 jihad that overwhelmed and conquered what is now known as northern Nigeria wrote: “The […]

Nigeria’s deadly monsters, by Fani-Kayode

Nigeria’s deadly monsters, by Fani-Kayode

When you take everything away from a man or a people, including their humanity, their loved ones, their land, their posessions, their faith, their God, their self-respect, their identity and their dignity and you put them and theirs under the fire and sword morning, day and night you cannot expect them not to voice their […]

Sultan Lied, Gender Equality Bill is not Anti-Islam

Sultan Lied, Gender Equality Bill is not Anti-Islam

By Jude Ndukwe The recent call by the Sultan of Sokoto, His Eminence, Mohammad Sa’ad Abubakar 111, on the Senate, not to pass the Gender Equality Bill because, according to him, the Bill is anti-Islam, is not only false, retrogressive, oppressive but also a continued conspiracy against the total emancipation of the female folk from […]

I Pity the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris

I Pity the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris

By Simeon Nwakaudu It is obvious that Mr Ibrahim Idris, the embattled  Inspector General of Police is in the eye of the storm. This is a Police Chief who has lost the moral justification  to  remain  in office, hence he is struggling everyday to convince his paymasters that he is a pliant officer. Luckily  for […]

A final word to the cabal in Kaduna by Fani-Kayode

A final word to the cabal in Kaduna by Fani-Kayode

A FINAL WORD TO THE CABAL IN KADUNA In reaction to the suggestion that the people of Southern Kaduna should defend themselves from mass murder and genocide given the fact that their state government has refused to protect them a political advisor to Governor Nasir El Rufai wrote the following in an essay titled “Kaduna […]

Curfew in Southern Kaduna: A Challenge to be Steadfast

By Rev. Fr. Paul Danbaki Jatau Phd Witnessing life in Kafanchan and other areas of Southern Kaduna these past few weeks has been particularly difficult, infuriating and heartbreaking. Today marks about two weeks of curfew during which people have been “imprisoned” and caged in their homes like animals through the use of terror and force. […]

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