Therefore, expect God to redeem life out of death: “The LORD kills, and makes alive: he brings down to the grave, and brings up.” (1 Samuel 2:6). “He bruises, but he binds up; he wounds, but his hands make whole.” (Job 5:17-18).
Abba Ali, writes on the lopsided zoning formula adopted by Borno state for decades, and canvasses on the need for Borno South Senatorial District to produce the next governor of the state ahead of the 2019 general elections.
In this article, a former spokesperson to ex-president Goodluck Jonathan, Reuben Abati, talks about the disgrace Nigeria faced at the just concluded 21st Africa Senior Athletics Championships held in Asaba, Delta state.
The Nigeria Air, which is a Public Private Partnership (PPP) arrangement, has its logo depicted as an eagle, with Nigerian flag colours. It is slated to commence operations in December 2018, with the FGN owning 5% of partnership.
Ahead of the 2019 presidential election, Olusola Fabiyi in this piece take a look at the power play within the opposition party and lists those who will play significant role in determining the party's presidential candidate.
The imminent defection of Godswill Akpabio, to the APC, has sparked off very intense political debates in the state, as Akpabio's move exposes the crack in the relationship between the Governor Udom Emmanuel and his predecessor.
They simply declared that the PDP had become factionalised and unfit to stay and were warmly embraced by the APC. Either out of complacency or because of infection from a terminal disease, the PDP let the defectors go.
This is the dilemma that is thrown up by the phrasing of Section 221, and perhaps the basis for Oshimohole’s request for Saraki’s resignation, even if the provision does not apply to him in the light of a reading of other sections
PR expert, Mariam Mohammed, writes on the political journey of the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Honourable Yakubu Dogara, from his emergence as Nigeria's number 4 citizen and his legislative work so far.
There can be no return to Biafra, unless we pretend that the differences between the Aguleri and the Umuleri in Anambra or that between the Ezza and the Ezillo in Ebonyi are fiction. The Igbo have never been united.
A good number of people have blamed the national chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Comrade Oshiomhole, for the current wave of crisis in the ruling party, while others blamed him for allegedly displaying arrogance
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has accused the Nigerian police of being an interested party in the alleged plot to impeach Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue state. The party made the accusation in a tweet on Monday, July 30.
As the 2019 presidential election draws near, President Muhammadu Buhari faces an uphill task to win the heart of Nigerians. There has been criticism that his fight against corruption has failed to yield any major success.
Most of the nPDP except Rotimi Amaechi, Jummai Alhassan and quite few have been made to go back to opposition, with their party structure being somehow illegally dissolved, men replaced and even accused of corruption in office.
This would be about the fifth time that a court of competent jurisdiction, including the Federal High Court, the Federal High Court of the Federal Capital Territory and the ECOWAS Court will grant Colonel Dasuki bail.
This coupled with the rumour that he is developing a five star hospitality and holiday resort in the United Arab Emirates. Bindow also has problems within his cabinets and among his core supporters as 2019 encroaches.
Nigerian troops sustained strikes on insurgents at unexpected locations and hideouts, which rattled and shattered their coherence, making it impossible to recuperate from injuries and freely regroup to plot fresh atrocities.
Ibrahim Faruk, a senior program officer with YIAGA Africa and a member of the Not Too Young To Run Movement, writes on recent happenings in the Nigerian political circles and its implication for youth candidacy ahead of 2019.
Michael Oche writes on the just concluded Ekiti governorship election with emphasis on the sterling performance of the INEC. He states that the successful exercise is a plus for the commission's boss, Professor Mahmood Yakubu.
The frequency of attacks in the local government area was phenomenal. But all of that is history, thanks to the coming of President Muhammadu Buhari and the appointment of a seasoned infantry officer as Chief of Army Staff.
Ahead of Ekiti state's gubernatorial election on Saturday, July 14, Azu Ishiekwene, the Managing Director/Editor-In-Chief of The Interview in this piece talks about how Governor Fayose has been saying the ruling party plans to rig
Jason Warner, Assistant Professor at the Combating Terrorism Center at West Point, a United States' elite military academy, said Boko Haram started the use of female suiciide bombers after the abduction of Chibok schoolgirls.