OPINION: Justice Binta Nyako and the course of justice by Chukwuemeka Iroanya

Without any shred of doubt, Hon. Justice Binta Fatimat Murtala-Nyako (57 years old) is a monumental disgrace to the Judiciary and the greatest purveyor of injustice ever known to man.

OPINION: Justice Binta Nyako and the course of justice by Chukwuemeka Iroanya

Without any shred of doubt, Hon. Justice Binta Fatimat Murtala-Nyako (57 years old) is a monumental disgrace to the Judiciary and the greatest purveyor of injustice ever known to man. The world must be put on notice that this female Judge lacks basic understanding of her job as well as the capability to differentiate between […]

Is Nigeria Really One Nation – Fani-Kayode

For three generations before me my forefathers, including my great grandfather, my grandfather and my father, have made solid and notable contributions to the developmemt of this country in both the private and public sectors.

Is Nigeria Really One Nation – Fani-Kayode

I love this country with every fiber of my being. For three generations before me my forefathers, including my great grandfather, my grandfather and my father, have made solid and notable contributions to the developmemt of this country in both the private and public sectors. My great grandfather, Rev. Emmanuel Adebiyi Kayode, studied theology at […]

Buhari, Jonathan and Jammeh of Gambia’s U-Turn

Ever since former president Jonathan made that call to president Buhari congratulating him on his “victory” at the last presidential polls, and following the enormous goodwill that has attracted to him worldwide, it is fast becoming a norm in Africa for incumbents to easily accept defeat at the polls and congratulate the winner.

Buhari, Jonathan and Jammeh of Gambia’s U-Turn

By Jude Ndukwe Ever since former president Jonathan made that call to president Buhari congratulating him on his “victory” at the last presidential polls, and following the enormous goodwill that has attracted to him worldwide, it is fast becoming a norm in Africa for incumbents to easily accept defeat at the polls and congratulate the […]

Nasir El Rufai and The Bloodfest In Southern Kaduna (Part 2) – Fani-Kayode

Nasir El Rufai and The Bloodfest In Southern Kaduna (Part 2) – Fani-Kayode

Senator Danjuma La’ah, the Senator representing the good people of Southern Kaduna continued. He said that according to the Leadership Newspaper of 4th December, 2016 under the headline: “Foreigners Behind Southern Kaduna Massacre”, Governor Nasir El-Rufai stated that some of them (Killer Fulani) were from Niger, Cameroon, Chad, Mali and Senegal, adding, “Many of these […]

Nasir El-Rufai and the bloodfest in southern Kaduna (Part 1)

read. Anyone, soldier or not, that kills the Fulani takes a loan repayable one day no matter how long it takes" - Mallam Nasir El Rufai

Nasir El-Rufai and the bloodfest in southern Kaduna (Part 1)

“We will write this for all to read. Anyone, soldier or not, that kills the Fulani takes a loan repayable one day no matter how long it takes” – Mallam Nasir El Rufai, 2012. I will never forget these words. How I wish that my friend and brother, Governor Nasir El Rufai, expressed the same […]

Mimiko, Louis Odion and the Limits of Charlalism

Mimiko, Louis Odion and the Limits of Charlalism

By Jude Ndukwe Without much ado and for the purpose of clarity, let me quickly inform that the term charlalism as used in this piece refers to a situation where an otherwise established journalist descends into the odious arena of charlatanism just to satisfy some vested interests and or for pecuniary benefits. Succinctly put, charlalism […]

Amaechi’s  Lies, Thievery and Needless Excuses 

Amaechi’s  Lies, Thievery and Needless Excuses 

By Simeon Nwakaudu Transportation Minister , Mr Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi is an unhappy man. He has every cogent  reason to be unhappy .  Before his very eyes, the good people of Rivers State  passed their judgment in 2015 and March 19, 2016. They would  have nothing  to  do with a political  Judas Iscariot . Overwhelmingly […]

Inspector General’s Comical Impunity

Inspector General’s Comical Impunity

By Simeon Nwakaudu As a political observer, I am amused by the extreme partisanship of the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris. Though he is still wearing his uniform, all his actions are tailored towards the promotion of the ‘Chanji Dole’ politics. Since his appointment, he has dragged the police several steps backwards because of […]

Nigerian Army and the Macabre Dance of Pythons in Igboland

Nigerian Army and the Macabre Dance of Pythons in Igboland

By Jude Ndukwe Recently, the Nigerian Army announced the commencement of what it deviously termed Exercise Python Dance in the southeastern part of the country commencing from November 27, 2016 to end on December 27, 2016. Since then, many groups and stakeholders, within and without the southeast, have raised issues with the said exercise, questioning […]

Between Trump, Mattis, Flynn and Ogunles

Between Trump, Mattis, Flynn and Ogunles

General James ‘Mad Dog’ Mattis, the famous ex-Marine and the hero of countless conflicts and wars, has been nominated by President-elect Donald Trump as his Secretary of Defence. And what an extraordinary man and colorful figure Mattis is. Here are some of the things that he has said over the years. 1. “I’m going to […]