The ‘unflying’ pigeons and a soaring country
By Tahir Ibrahim Tahir Talban Bauchi The narrator’s voice, over the live coverage of Nigeria’s 15th January, 2021, Armed Forces Remembrance Day, went on with the script that had the pigeons flying, saying; “there they go, and up they go”… supposedly describing the pigeons that were let out of their cage, as ceremoniously done every […]
The North & 2023: Honor and truth, or lies and deceit?
By Tahir Ibrahim Tahir Talban Bauchi. In the 21st century of global villages, democracy, westernisation of ideals and even beliefs; it is certainly difficult to comprehend what Northern Nigeria is, let alone what it stands for. The massively islamised North, where peace and religious scholarship reigned supreme has become a savannah of religious extremism and […]
INEC: Rebounding for the Season INEC: REBOUNDING FOR THE SEASON
By Tahir Ibrahim Tahir Talban Bauchi In my previous article titled, ‘With Broken Hearts and Ready PVCS’, I had said, “INEC is run by Nigerians and we must all collectively rally to support the electoral body to see it carry out it’s mandate of conducting elections. 2015 elections was historic and sought to build a […]