Opinion

Opinion: The SARS’ menace by Dele Agekameh

Opinion: The SARS’ menace by Dele Agekameh

Opinion: The SARS’ menace by Dele Agekameh
Another look at Buratai’s victorious coat by Jerry Ajogwu (Opinion)

Another look at Buratai’s victorious coat by Jerry Ajogwu (Opinion)

It sounds paradoxical, but in Lieutenant General Buratai’s calculations, this principle worked in catering for families of soldiers and it worked for him.

Another look at Buratai’s victorious coat by Jerry Ajogwu (Opinion)
Why Governor Ikpeazu is yet to develop popular Enyimba Hotels - Fani-Kayode's aide reveals (Opinion)

Why Governor Ikpeazu is yet to develop popular Enyimba Hotels - Fani-Kayode's aide reveals (Opinion)

Consequently, the enabling environment which Governor Okezie Ikpeazu has created for the smooth take off of work there has been left to come to nothing.

Why Governor Ikpeazu is yet to develop popular Enyimba Hotels - Fani-Kayode's aide reveals (Opinion)
Opinion: Nigerian men are afraid women will kill them

Opinion: Nigerian men are afraid women will kill them

The author Abimbola Adelakun in this piece talks about how men are also victims of violence in marriage, adding that husbands too should be taken seriously.

Opinion: Nigerian men are afraid women will kill them
Opinion: What do Nigerians mean when they call Atiku a serial defector?

Opinion: What do Nigerians mean when they call Atiku a serial defector?

In this opinion Jideofor Adibe, he argues that Nigerians accuse politicians of the same things they do while trying to justify reasons for their own actions

Opinion: What do Nigerians mean when they call Atiku a serial defector?
Troops welfarism as Buratai’s art of war by Esther Okpabi (Opinion)

Troops welfarism as Buratai’s art of war by Esther Okpabi (Opinion)

At the war front, the Nigerian soldiers witnessed new levels of courtship in welfare. Soldiers injured in battle were given swift medication attention.

Troops welfarism as Buratai’s art of war by Esther Okpabi (Opinion)
Analyst reveals what new court judgement would mean for Akwa Ibom senatorial seat tussle (Opinion)

Analyst reveals what new court judgement would mean for Akwa Ibom senatorial seat tussle (Opinion)

When pressure mounted on the senate, its president, Bukola Saraki, said that he had referred the judgment to the legal department of the National Assembly.

Analyst reveals what new court judgement would mean for Akwa Ibom senatorial seat tussle (Opinion)
Flamboyant Zimbabwean pastor shoes off his fleet of cars, says money doesn't enjoy the company of fools

Flamboyant Zimbabwean pastor shoes off his fleet of cars, says money doesn't enjoy the company of fools

Flamboyant Zimbabwean man of God, Prophet Uebert Angel shares a photo of his Lamborghini and his other cars, says money does not enjoy the company of fools.

Flamboyant Zimbabwean pastor shoes off his fleet of cars, says money doesn't enjoy the company of fools
Mugabe's sons went on a partying spree as their embattled dad negotiated his future in Harare

Mugabe's sons went on a partying spree as their embattled dad negotiated his future in Harare

As Mugabe was being pushed out of power, his boys Robert junior, 25, and Chatunga Bellarmine, 21, were busy partying in South Africa and organizing for gigs.

Mugabe's sons went on a partying spree as their embattled dad negotiated his future in Harare
Analyst raises alarm, says cabals are falsifying records of the NDLEA

Analyst raises alarm, says cabals are falsifying records of the NDLEA

Public commentator, Jubril Farouk writes on the propaganda war that the management of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has been subjected to.

Analyst raises alarm, says cabals are falsifying records of the NDLEA
Understanding military operations as safeguard of state by Ibrahim Abubakar (Opinion)

Understanding military operations as safeguard of state by Ibrahim Abubakar (Opinion)

All Nigerian Armed Forces have both domestic and international responsibilities. This we have seen via different operations in different parts of the country.

Understanding military operations as safeguard of state by Ibrahim Abubakar (Opinion)
OPINION: Luggage thieves at Ethiopian Airlines and Nigerian airports by Fisayo Soyombo

OPINION: Luggage thieves at Ethiopian Airlines and Nigerian airports by Fisayo Soyombo

Seun Oduloye arrived Lagos via an Ethiopian Airlines flight that connected Nigeria from Dublin via Addis Ababa, to discover that an entire luggage had vanished.

OPINION: Luggage thieves at Ethiopian Airlines and Nigerian airports by Fisayo Soyombo
Opinion: Bolaji Abdullahi has exposed his book as a tissue of lies

Opinion: Bolaji Abdullahi has exposed his book as a tissue of lies

Reno Omokri a former aide in this piece describes the content of the book written by Bolaji Abdullahi as a lie meant to tarnish the image of Goodluck Jonathan.

Opinion: Bolaji Abdullahi has exposed his book as a tissue of lies
Beyond Mugabe: The other vultures in Harare by Azu Ishiekwene (Opinion)

Beyond Mugabe: The other vultures in Harare by Azu Ishiekwene (Opinion)

The author Azu Ishiekwene in this piece warns that now Robert Mugabe is gone the public must keep an eye on Zimbabwe's former Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

Beyond Mugabe: The other vultures in Harare by Azu Ishiekwene (Opinion)
Nzuko Umunna’s initiative on Igbo/Yoruba collaboration: Panacea to Nigeria’s underdevelopment woes by Jude Ndukwe (Opinion)

Nzuko Umunna’s initiative on Igbo/Yoruba collaboration: Panacea to Nigeria’s underdevelopment woes by Jude Ndukwe (Opinion)

Only if we all could tone down such attacks and see each other for exactly who we are, a people of shared ancestry, DNA, culture, heritage and language.

Nzuko Umunna’s initiative on Igbo/Yoruba collaboration: Panacea to Nigeria’s underdevelopment woes by Jude Ndukwe (Opinion)
Who is the enemy of Nigeria? - Nigerians react

Who is the enemy of Nigeria? - Nigerians react

NAIJ.com asked Nigerians to reveal the name of the person they believe is the enemy of Nigeria; the answers are not what you expect but they are valid.

Who is the enemy of Nigeria? - Nigerians react
Harnessing gains of the 2017 Global Terrorism Index by Richards Murphy (Opinion)

Harnessing gains of the 2017 Global Terrorism Index by Richards Murphy (Opinion)

These are areas the military had raised alarm about in the past and people dismissed such as trying to cow the opposition or accused of mounting propaganda.

Harnessing gains of the 2017 Global Terrorism Index by Richards Murphy (Opinion)
Wife of former PDP chairman's son is not guilty, not yet by George Onmonya Daniel (opinion)

Wife of former PDP chairman's son is not guilty, not yet by George Onmonya Daniel (opinion)

George Onmonya Daniel in this piece says Maryam Sanda is not yet guilty of killing her husband until proper investigations are carried out on the case.

Wife of former PDP chairman's son is not guilty, not yet by George Onmonya Daniel (opinion)
Buhari’s tall ranking on terror war by Okanga Agila (Opinion)

Buhari’s tall ranking on terror war by Okanga Agila (Opinion)

The good works he is executing in Nigeria or the positive impact on leadership of this country has not escaped the lenses of the world in appreciation.

Buhari’s tall ranking on terror war by Okanga Agila (Opinion)
An accident El-Rufai can’t help (Opinion)

An accident El-Rufai can’t help (Opinion)

Kaduna state governor, Nasir El-Rufai said the state was going to replace unqualified people who are unfit to be called teachers after they failed a test.

An accident El-Rufai can’t help (Opinion)
How House of Representatives member pays N15,000 each to 30 students in Buhari's state (Opinion)

How House of Representatives member pays N15,000 each to 30 students in Buhari's state (Opinion)

A total of fifteen solar powered boreholes were repaired by Honourable Danlami Kurfi in his constituency; while 50 open concrete wells were also repaired.

How House of Representatives member pays N15,000 each to 30 students in Buhari's state (Opinion)
Nigerian writer pens down heartwarming piece to soldiers fighting Boko Haram (Opinion)

Nigerian writer pens down heartwarming piece to soldiers fighting Boko Haram (Opinion)

Panic, exasperation and anxiety replaced comportment and all the Naija people thought the end to their wretched lives had come. But it was all a fluke.

Nigerian writer pens down heartwarming piece to soldiers fighting Boko Haram (Opinion)
Analyst reviews how soldiers, Nigerian army served the nation in 2017 (Opinion)

Analyst reviews how soldiers, Nigerian army served the nation in 2017 (Opinion)

But it was met with the stiffest resistance they had ever encountered since 2011, when insurgents peaked heinous atrocities against the Nigerian state.

Analyst reviews how soldiers, Nigerian army served the nation in 2017 (Opinion)
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