Oct 4th, 2013
By Lawrence Nwobu I didn’t remember Nigeria’s unfortunate independence; yes I said unfortunate because it is obvious Nigeria would have been better off without independence; until a friend called me to say, “the so called fatherland is 53 years old today.” He went further to say “the useless father, ...
Aug 29th, 2013
By William Ezeh Dear Mr. Abbide, Thank you for the brief article entitled: “What do the Igbo want?” and carried by the online edition of The Punch Newspaper of August 29, 2013. It is an insult to any self-respecting Nigerian tribe to aspire to Nigeria’s presidency except to rescue t...
Jul 19th, 2012
Abdulrazaq Magaji A mad scramble for Nigeria has been underway since 1999. The name of the game is called privatisation. It was a programme put in place to dispose of some 1,000 state-owned enterprises and institutional buildings to a few highly placed Nigerians and their foreign collaborators. The e...