Politics

Education of the rising Sun.

We went on a trip a while back, to Jama’are local government in Bauchi state, for the turbaning ceremony of my cousin as the Ubandoman Jama’are. Jama’are is a 2 hr journey from Bauchi metropolis. On our way there, we ran into one of the potholes and we got a twisted tyre. After our event, […]

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Nigeria @ 61: Battling with the Enemies within.

A visit to the Tomb of late Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, Nigeria’s first Prime Minister, would definitely enlighten one about the struggles of our forefathers, in the quest for the independence of our beloved country Nigeria. The monument was designed to reflect on his simplistic lifestyle, and his struggle for the independence of his motherland. […]

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FFK & Nigerians: A mirror on the wall.

There was so much furore and drama generated last week, by the cross carpeting of Femi Fani Kayode, FFK — with his reception at the Villa by PMB the crux of the umbrage by most APC supporters. PDP stalwarts were very unhappy and became the FFKs of themselves, throwing one invective after the other, rubbishing […]

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NBC: Standing up for the code.

If you listen to, or watch our OAPs (on air personalities) on our local radio or TV stations, you would be so sure they belonged to opposition political parties, or are perhaps sympathisers to insurrectionists and other anti-government movements or organisations. They invite guests that are squarely opposition party members and people who speak on […]

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Nigeria’s glimmer of hope.

If Nigeria were to come in a body bag, declared dead, you’d be sure that neither poverty nor medical care would have caused its death. An autopsy would definitely show that she died from a cocktail of bitter and hard drugs in the form of ethnicity, religious crises and a scorching depravity of patriotism. We […]

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Abba Kyari: When it rains it pours.

I’ll descend on him, no holds barred, dissect him and shred him, as if I were an antagonist of his; like the numerous highway robbers, bandits and organisers of banditry, IPOB/ ESN terrorists and their apologists, who are so eager to see his downfall. I’ll come at him like a fulani man, angry at the […]

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Sahara Reporters: One step too far

Back in the stone age of the social media world, Sahara reporters used to be the only online news medium; where Internet users could readily get information about the happenings in the country. News that was ordinarily stifled from regular people. Over time, like most things that are not founded or hinged on good intentions, […]

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