The kind of juju rich Nigerians do to remain wealthy

By Anayo M. Nwosu Chief Uwaezuoke could no longer bear his grief. None of his kinsmen came around for the burial of his son, the third to die in two years. “What manner of wickedness is this?” His people were asking. “How can a man be so callous to be sacrificing his children one after […]

Continuation: The killer midget and the stunted dwarf, by Fani-Kayode

Continuation: The killer midget and the stunted dwarf, by Fani-Kayode

THE KILLER MIDGET AND THE STUNTED DWARF (Part 2) Meanwhile one wonders precisely who I planned and discussed these “violent attacks” with? Was it Rev. Musa Asake, the gentle and amiable Secretary General of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) who I had the honor of hosting in my home for a meeting or was […]

“Hate” Speech: Between Apostle Suleiman and the Sultan of Sokoto

“Hate” Speech: Between Apostle Suleiman and the Sultan of Sokoto

By Jude Ndukwe At a two-day conference organized by the International Dialogue Centre (KAICIID), an inter-governmental organization that promotes dialogue to build peace in conflict areas, the Sultan of Sokoto, in a veiled reference to the recent calls on Christians by Christian leaders to defend themselves against the unabated and murderous attacks of genocidal magnitude […]

Why President Buhari may remain dead to Nigerians, By Ehi Ekhator

Is President Buhari really dead?

Why President Buhari may remain dead to Nigerians, By Ehi Ekhator

By Ehi Ekhator The speculation making rounds that the President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari who was claimed to be on vacation in the United Kingdom is dead has proceeded in spite of a few communiqués by the Presidency to debunk it. In their separate posts, published on their Twitter handles, Femi Adesina, the special adviser […]

The kiler midget and the stunted dwarf, by Fani-Kayode

The kiler midget and the stunted dwarf, by Fani-Kayode

“Not a single soul has been prosecuted, let alone jailed for the genocide in Southern Kaduna and you are blaming someone for preaching self defense? You are INSANE. Yes, INSANE”- Olufemi Korode, Twitter, 24th January 2017. Can anyone dispute the fact that Mr. Korode is right? Are those that say that Christians should not defend […]

Buhari, Deaths and Rumours of Death

Buhari, Deaths and Rumours of Death

By Jude Ndukwe Since the travel of President Muhammadu Buhari to the UK for medical reasons, the nation has been rife with the rumoured death of the president which, thankfully, his spokespersons, Femi Adeshina and Garba Shehu, have debunked. In fact, there is a picture in the cyberspace showing the president to be relaxing and […]

Continuation: The fulani republic of Nigeria, by Fani-Kayode

Continuation: The fulani republic of Nigeria, by Fani-Kayode

Clearly something has gone horribly wrong and this reinforces my belief that the amalglamation of the northern and southern regions of Nigeria in 1914 was not just a mistake but a demonically-inspired, craftily- contrived and premeditated satanic conspiracy by the British to destroy the greatness and enormous human potentials of the people of the south […]

Start of the Trump years: What’s In It For Africa?

Start of the Trump years: What’s In It For Africa?

By Ogbonna Nwuke I mopped at the TV screen as Donald Trump took a walk along the designated parade route, clutching unto his wife’s right hand and waving to the enthusiastic crowds. It was like a scene out of a well scripted Hollywood movie. Can’t really remember the name of the US musician who wrote […]

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, […]