Femi Fani-Kayode: The Rivers of blood in Asaba

This essay is about one of the most horrific events that has ever taken place in our history and one of the most graphic examples of ethnic cleansing that took place during our civil war. It is an event which mortified the civilised world and which brought our nation and Armed Forces opprobium, disdain, contempt…

The Day I Quit My Job

Today was my last day in the Corporate World and my first day as a full-time Entrepreneur. I am nervous, but it’s that type of nervousness I feel when I am about to deliver a big speech I know I have prepared for. I am excited about what the future holds, I am excited about……

Uche Amaku: Anambra Airport: How not to toy with a people’s destiny

Recently, the good people of Anambra State were taken for a ride again with a clearly deceptive purported signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the development of a cargo airport in the state. As usual and true to type with the method always adopted by ‘carry-and-go-politicians’, there was so much fanfare about the project…

Ebunlomo Taiyese: How Nigeria can curb menace of Fulani Herdsmen

A whole lot goes on unchecked in our country that has made many people to take the laws of the land with levity. Our challenges are hydra headed and as we cut off one head, another springs up. It must indeed be said that many other countries cannot survive what this great country has gone…

Why Government Loses Corruption Cases

Introduction Following the loss of corruption cases last week many Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) agree with the Federal Government that corruption is fighting back. However, before pointing accusing fingers at the judiciary it is pertinent to examine the facts and circumstances of the loss of such cases. In sharing my findings with the representatives of……

The Seven-Fold Yoke And The Cabal That Owns Nigeria

Permit me to share a scholarly, revealing and I daresay disturbing intervention which was sent to me by a friend. The author wishes to remain anonymous. He wrote as follows: “The disruptive power of the Hausa-Fulani cabal is a structural reality and will only get worse, no matter where the President of Nigeria comes from.……

Femi Fani-Kayode: Exposing the cabal that owns Nigeria

Permit me to share a scholarly, revealing and I daresay disturbing intervention which was sent to me by a friend. The author wishes to remain anonymous. He wrote as follows: “The disruptive power of the Hausa-Fulani cabal is a structural reality and will only get worse, no matter where the President of Nigeria comes from….

Reuben Abati: Efe’s win despiteTboss jexzebel antic shows democracy

Former Presidential spokesman, Reuben Abati has revealed lessons learnt from Big brother reality show as well as the bad effects of the reality show on Nigerians and Nigeria as a whole. Abati, in his article said although the show promoted the ideas of choice, people’s power at the heart of democracy and taught viewers about…

Nigerian Banks Increase Lending to Oil, Reduce Lending to Agriculture

It would seem logical that the Nigerian banks would support the sectors with the largest contribution to economic growth in Nigeria, yet as oil prices have fallen, the allocation of credit by the banks to Oil and Gas companies has increased. Agriculture is Nigeria’s single largest contributor to economic growth, it employs the largest number of…

Why Buhari is wildly popular in the Muslim North

Someone suggested a few weeks ago that Buhari’s irrationally wild popularity in the Muslim north deserves a doctoral dissertation to explain. I disagree. It’s simply a mix of amnesia, emotions, and Muslim clerical tyranny in the north. Nigerians generally have a predilection for sentimentalizing the supposed glories of bygone days. The past is always greener……