In story-telling form, the writer highlights the various unusual developments relating to ‘certain animals’, which have taken place in the country. Employing wit and sarcasm, she notes the absurdity of each particular scenario.
Azu Ishiekwene the Editor-In-Chief of The Interview in this piece talks about the persistent fuel queues and scarcity which has been going on for about three months and the viral story about the snake that swallowed N36m.
The author in this piece talks about strange explanation given by a clerk surrounding the disappearance of N36 million naira from the vault of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) in Benue state.
The author Nelson Ekujumi.in this piece talks about how the National Assembly is tampering with the schedule of the 2019 elections by its action of rushing to amend the Electoral Act to feather it's political interest.
My knowledge of the Bible tells me that the battle between herdsmen and farmers is an old, original battle. Of the two sons of our father Adam, and our mother, Eve, one was a farmer – Cain, the other was a herdsman – Abel.
The author Sonala Olumhense in this piece talks about the declarations made by different officials in authority that the Islamist terrorist group, Boko Haram has finally been defeated after nearly 10 years the group caused agnony.
Gabriel Ikese writes a glowing tribute on Mallam Yusufu Buratai who passed away recently in Maiduguri, Borno state. Mallam Buratai is the father of Nigeria’s Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lieutenant General Tukur Yusufu Buratai.
Executive Director of YIAGA and convener of the Not Too Young To run movement, Samson Itodo writes on the emergence of a new political movement called “The Third Force.” He argued that the Nigerian youths are the real third force.
The writer is of the opinion that OBJ’s Coalition for Nigeria Movement is no different from other political groups, as it is made up of the same old crop of politicians who have not really brought about any change in the nation.
In some instances, Baba felt like returning to the battlefront to confront the Boko Haram Insurgents, but strength failed him. His consolation was that his son was leading the onslaught, which brought him happiness.
Azu Ishiekwene is the Managing Director/Editor-In-Chief of The Interview in this piece talks about how the recent assessment of President Muhammadu Buhari's administration by former military president Ibrahim Babangida.
In this article, a former spokesperson to ex-president Goodluck Jonathan, Reuben Abati, talks about the recent statement credited to Jimoh Moshood calling the Governor of Benue State, Samuel Ortom a “drowning man”.
And further deconstructing the underbelly of hydro-power generation in Nigeria, NASENI has also developed a 10 KW Propeller Turbine, whose capacity to generate power is merely pressure from a pipe -borne water source.
The author Richard Murphy a security expert based in Calabar, says the end of Boko Haram insurgents does not call for jubilation, but makes the need to take the counter-insurgency war into a new phase so it doesn't happen again.
The author Dr Oludayo Tade, a sociologist, from Ibadan in this piece talks about how Nigerians in a new face of social reality in present day have moved from “It must be Buhari” (Sai Buhari) in 2015 to Káì Buhari in 2018.
In this article, a former spokesperson to ex-president Goodluck Jonathan, Reuben Abati, talks about the controversy following former Military President, Ibrahim Babangida's letter to President Muhammadu Buhari not to contest.
It was where factional Boko Haram leader, Abubakar Shekau hid the over 274 abducted Chibok schoolgirls for months before ferrying them to other far-flung locations and eventually into forced marriage or serviitude.
There is this latent personality complex of striving never to be outshone or exceeded by any Nigerian living or dead. Hence, at the slightest prospect of being threatened is shown as Olusegun Obasanjo comes charging.
In this piece, the writer, Buchi Obichie, expresses her frustration with President Muhammadu Buhari, three years after his inauguration, and proceeds to outline what the president means to her, as a series of negatives.
Public affairs commentator, Dr Oguche James, writes on the two years anniversary of the Kogi state governor, Alhaji Yahaya Bello, and the giant steps he has has taken so far to address the issues bedeviling the state.
In the poem titled “End of the Road,” the COAS posted on his Facebook page, he expressed satisfaction that most of the foot soldiers of the sect have either been crushed or escaped leaving the acclaimed leader without defense.
Azu Ishiekwene, the Managing Director/Editor-In-Chief of The Interview in this piece talks about the just concluded African Union in Addis Ababa.The author says the summit came at the time when Africans did not need to be reminded