IT doesn’t matter where you come from. Be it north, south, west or east…
We must remain hopeful
MY Dear Garba Deen Muhammad, I really enjoy reading your Friday columns in the Daily Sun. They are very brilliant, patriotic, educative and enlightening pieces.
Biafra best for Igbo
BIAFRA is the answer. It’s better to thrive in a divine and naturally designed space than struggling in a vast territory of insecurity driven by ethno-religious and regional animosity. There is secured future in Biafra. The Jews and Arabs are repulsive in nature. Nigeria is a failed idea. 08091214564.
ON his own, President Muhammadu Buhari appointed himself the minister of petroleum, which, under the constitution, is unquestionable. But the self-appointment carries the
WE do not rate men by their achievements. These things sometimes come to men by…
IT is when tragedies, such as the sudden demise of Abubakar Audu, occur that some people start reassessing their lives and thinking about death. Ordinarily, it is not in the nature of man to always remember that this life will expire someday. Strangely too, man even thinks that he is the
IT has become something of a routine for every newly appointed chairperson of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to talk tough, breathe hard and convey the impression that he/she has incomparable track record as an unassailable anti-corruption tsar with remarkable
NIGERIA’S is a fascinating story of a corrupt country without a single corrupt person. In late September 2006, Nuhu Ribadu, the pioneer chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), told Nigerian senators that the agency had dossiers, implicating numerous
I DON’T know about you but I’m excited about the prospect of the monthly five thousand naira promised to some twenty five million Nigerians. At least, I would now have to take that burden out of my own lean budget. And I don’t have to be sending recharge cards to folks, who normally