Osasu Igbinedion calls for improved working condition for journalists

Osasu Igbinedion, anchor of ‘The Osasu Show’, has called for an improved working condition for journalists in the country. She also called on government officials...

Who is the people’s candidate? Hamzat Lawal

As Nigerians, we are no strangers to hard times, heartbreaks and raw deals. We make the best out of bad situations. We are happy...

Why Buhari MUST sell our refineries NOW!

Year 2017 is ending like its brothers, 2014, 2015, and 2016, featuring at least one major economy-wrenching fuel scarcity. The year is rounding up...

What Temerity!

BY SHAKA MOMODU Fellow Nigerians, it is no longer in the realm of speculation that our reticent general would seek a second term in...

How Ikpeazu and Osibanjo Averted a Second Civil War

By Mayowa Tijani I cannot explain the relief I felt on October 4, 2017, when it finally dawned on me that Nigeria’s independence celebrations had...

How Liberian Women Delivered Africa’s First Female President

Written by Helene Cooper, the Pentagon correspondent for The New York Times, she grew up in Liberia before emigrating to the United States in...

THE JOURNEY TO NATIONHOOD

It is no longer a cliche' that the best way to predict the future is to create it. Going back the history of our...

A new wave of grassroots and activist politics is making its mark across Africa

Elections on the edge: Is populism leading us down a dangerous path? By Patrick Smith Grievances are mounting as economic inequities and corruption worsen. But after a...

The Rise and Rise of Heritage Bank – By Kola Adebayo

A story began in 2012; a story of hardwork and determination when IEI Investments Ltd acquired Societe Generale Bank of Nigeria (SGBN) license from...

How the Four Judases Undermined PDP in Ondo by Shaka Momodu

I watched a video clip of the serially shamed Justice Okon Abang-imposed candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Mr. Jimoh Ibrahim on YouTube and...

Gold – the good, the bad, and the ugly by Hussein Sayed

Weak economies are more vulnerable to uncertainty, political extremes and populism, post-World-War Germany and Russia proved this beyond a doubt. The Gold price tracks...

Ghana, West Africa’s Darling of Democracy Heads to the Polls

By Idayat Hassan Ghana, the poster child for democracy in West Africa, votes to elect its future leaders on Wednesday. The race for the presidency is...

Financial Times’ Misadventure In Nigeria by Kenneth-Kaunda Adamu

From all indications, the Financial Times is gradually and consistently becoming an infamous media organisation. For a news organization that was able to do...

Hillary Clinton’s Defeat and What It Means For Girls Across the World by Osasu...

First published on www.OsasuIgbinedion.com It’s now old news that Hillary Clinton, Former Secretary of State, Senator, and First Lady of the United States of America,...

Nigeria: Bill Seeking To Make Sharia A Federal Law Quietly Passes 2nd Reading [MUST...

I was shocked to watch the live proceedings of the House of Representatives as covered by NTA2 and saw that the bill calling for...

Eki Igbinedion keeping faith with her mission to stop human trafficking

  "The economic benefit from trafficking was enormous. Few years back, human trafficking was the highest source of revenue after drug and arms. People saw...
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