By Olapade Agoro-- There is certainty of ominous signs of lives threatening dangers looming ahead of nationhood of Nigeria judging from current unpalatable happenings and hotly sad developments in some parts of the country particular Rivers State where the State governor Rotimi Amaechi attempted abusing the power of his office to deny President Goodluck Jonathan usage of a stadium for his political rally and consequently the later&...
By Tola Adeniyi-- There is too much tension in the world: too much bloodletting and too much pain and suffering. The innocent are being killed in their hundreds of thousands while the world shrugs its shoulders unconcerned and moves on. The world has never been closer to the precipice than it is now in the present clime.
By Rotimi Coker-- I have been following the drama and suspense Nigerians have been subjected to by General Muhammadu Buhari, a man who wants to be the president of this country with all its seemingly intractable challenges, and I must state that for a man who has “change” as his campaign mantra, Nigerians truly deserve a lot more from him.
By Israel Umoh-- The recent news that a Nigerian choral group has broken Guinness World Records, London by assembling 275,272 Christmas carol singers sounded like a tale by moonlight. But a certificate of the world body presented to Akwa Ibom Governor, Chief Godswill Akpabio last week in his office in Uyo authenticated the veracity of the news.
Every generation always has its hero, but the way it would be thrown up can never be predicted neither can they be same.
The story of Mandela has been with us for quite some time. At a time when the legend is signing off from the world stage, a new hero ... Posted: May 1, 2009 11:48 AM >>Read more