The other day when his delectable wife, Aisha, publicly sought to make him beware of the sycophants within his government, he reminded her that her roles remained taking care of him and keeping the warmth in the ‘other room’.
Renowned Abuja-based public communication consultant, Phrank Shaibu, addresses the rumours surrounding the financial status of former Vice President, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar in the build up to the 2019 presidential election.
In this somewhat satirical piece, the writer stylishly takes Kayode Ekiti to task for his choice of running mate for the July 14 Ekiti gubernatorial election. She chides the ex-minister for picking a 74-year-old man.
Former spokesperson to ex-president Goodluck Jonathan, Reuben Abati in this piece talks about three key aspects to the federal government’s decision to replace May 29 with June 12 as Democracy day, and to give MKO Abiola an award
At the time he said this, the party was rotting from the inside; its vital organs had been badly infected by the virus of impunity, corruption and a deadly power struggle between a few powerful governors and an isolated president.
On Wednesday, June 6, news broke that President Buhari directed that, henceforth, the nation’s Democracy Day will be holding on June 12 and resolved to honour the winner of the annulled June 12, election MKO Abiola.
Mr Samson Itodo, an elections and constitution building enthusiast, who is also the executive director of YIAGA Africa and convener of the Not Too Young To run movement, writes on the recently passed age reduction bill.
The writer takes Nigerian politicians to task for using the occasion of the yearly Democracy Day celebration to make themselves seem like champions of the democratic process. She basically challenges them to put up or shut up!
The development of any given society rest on the capacity of the younger generation, this therefore means that for any modern society to progress, the youth must be featured prominently in the scheme of things.
Public commentator and writer, Mr Olabode Akinlabi, writes on the reoccurring and controversial issue of zoning in Osun politics as the state prepares for a governorship election slated for Saturday, September 22.
Mariam Mohammed, writes on the upcoming Ekiti state governorship election slated for July 14, suggesting that deconstructing the people-centered legacies of incumbent governor, Ayodele Fayose, will be a herculean task for APC.
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is being dragged into the controversy in a manner that could negatively impact the private sector. The apex bank is now being to divulge purely business transactions with private companies.
In light of the recent flowery comments made about the late Gen Sani Abacha by President Muhammadu Buhari, the writer, Buchi Obichie, recalls her memories of the former head of state, and the mood in the country during his regime.
Azu Ishiekwene the managing director/Editor-In-Chief of The Interview in this piece talks about the recent spats between former President Olusegun Obasanjo and President Muhammadu Buhari ahead of the 2019 election.
One of the men accused for the Boksburg robbery in South Africa has been found on Facebook. And his profile showed him living a life far beyond his pay grade. Facebook users were quick to reveal his fake luxurious lifestyle.
Media practitioner, Linus Aleke, writes on the legal issues and controversy surrounding the Peace Corps on Nigeria, the Nigeria Police Force and a group known as the Citizens Media and Development Network (CIMEDEN).
The Co-Founder/Chief Executive of Connected Development [CODE], Mr Hamzat Lawal, writes on the trending #NotTooYoungToRun bill, arguing that the bill is coming at the right time as Nigeria continues its journey in democracy.
Curiously, it shocked Nigerians that what gained prominence in the wisdom of the House were the phantom charges it brought against NEMA DG, Maihaja, while ignoring the case against Sidi Mohammed and his partners.
Reuben Abati, one of Nigeria's top social and political commentator, has revealed in a recent write -up of his said that the All Progressives Congress (APC) is soon to become a disintegrated party due to internal rivalry.
It’s really hard for the beneficiaries of the old order to see and appreciate what the Buhari government is doing considering that they ran an economy based purely on oil, the price of which was as high as US$140 per barrel.
It is instructive to state that the ICC needs to consider the petitions of agencies and organizations against the act of Boko Haram and IMN along with ascertaining the number of civilians affected by the military intervention.
About political value, political parties at the moment are wooing top and valuable politicians into their fold ahead of the 2019 election. Why shouldn’t APGA do likewise? Parties do not build themselves, people build parties.