The more President Muhammadu Buhari speaks, the more he exposes his prejudices against certain sections of the country and the more his media officers
The Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) in Anambra State and the state Ministry of Education are locked in a major argument over the best way to get teachers to acquire computers and develop computer knowledge and skills as
The news that President Muhammadu Buhari would be willing to negotiate with Boko Haram as a way to end the relentless bombing campaigns by the terrorists has drawn mixed reactions from civil society.
It started off as a rumour. Within days, the rumour has gained legitimacy and momentum leading to widespread demonstrations by civil society groups in the South-east.
The man needs no introduction because of his antecedents as a former chairperson of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP). During the time he served as the PDP chair, Ogbeh was known as a forthright man, who spoke the truth
In the first few months, following the election of Goodluck Jonathan as president in 2011, two main topics dominated discussion in the public domain. The first topic was the interminably long time it took Jonathan to release the names of his ministerial nominees. The second topic that drew sustained public commentary about Jonathan was the threat posed to national security by Boko Haram terrorists, who mounted ceaseless campaigns of bombings and bloodbath in various parts of the north.
Sometime on 31 July, 2014, the National Council of State decided to place a deadline for the defeat of Boko Haram insurgents.
So much has been written about the demise of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), following the crushing defeat of the party in the presidential and National Assembly elections of 28 March, 2015. While it is tempting
Now that the nation has celebrated the historic victory of Muhammadu Buhari over President Goodluck Jonathan, now that we have witnessed the remarkable and