Originally, it was said the fear of God is the beginning of wisdom. But nowadays, Nigerians have paraphrased that powerful scripture to the fear of Boko Haram is the beginning of wisdom. So,
When the radical icon, Chief Gani Fawehinmi died, Mallam Nuhu Ribadu who had been in exile for fear of his own life in the hands of an enraged President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua, braved the odds to sneak into the country to pay his last respect.
He is many people’s favourite enemy. But he is also friends to a lot more. Those who hate him prefer to cast him as the “Evil Genius”. It was an unintended aspersion he coined himself.
Now that the Osun State governorship election is concluded, it seems the right time to venture into where we started: the increasing militarization of our electoral process. Before the Osun State election, it was a difficult argument, even an emotive one,
On January 22, 1966, the 13-year-old Cletus Madubugwu Ibeto, was in high mood. He was going to Crusader Secondary School, Isingwu Amachala, Umuahia, following in the footsteps of his two elder brothers, Cyril and Louis Ibeto.
Mohammadu Buhari, Sheikh Dahiru Bauchi and Sheikh El-Zakzaky. The three names are linked by some basic common denominators.
The other day, I drifted to snatches of a Nollywood movie. In the movie, a kingpin kidnaps a man and a woman and demands huge ransom for them.
Soccer lovers all over the world were looking forward to the epic final match, pitting the all-conquering Germans against Argentina on Sunday. But it was also the same day Mike Awoyinfa and I had appointment for a lengthy interview with Dr. Alex Chika Okafor,
The National Confab delegates descended from the serious to intense vaudeville when they recommended the creation of additional 18 states! It was simply
In Ken Saro-Wiwa’s popular comedy series, Basi and Company, that ruled the national television waves in the ‘80s, the constant refrain of the main character, Basi, was, “If you want to be a millionaire, think like a millionaire!” So saying, Basi would