For so many people, the stigma of coming out to speak up is keeping them in the dark and still leaves them harboring the pain of the nerve-wrecking experience of being defiled. Many thanks to the #Metoo movement, we have seen a lot of people
Disqualification of Obaseki, impunity carried too far
Rivers State Governor Nyesom Ezenwo Wike says the Nigeria Governors Forum has become a toothless bulldog because it has lost focus on its role in defending the rule of law in the country.
Governor Wike said the Forum used to
Its no news that the governor of Edo state governor Godwin Obaseki has been disqualified from contesting in the primaries of the All Progressive Congress (APC) for the 2020 election. He was disqualified by a screening panel arranged by the party to clear
The Nigerian government is intentionally delaying diaspora voting because they seem to be afraid that diaspora participation may bring sanity into our elections. It will be difficult to make diasporans sell their votes. Rather, they will critically assess candidates before voting. It may also be
For many this pandemic was a leveler to all; both the rich, the poor, the middle class and even beggars all wished and prayed for the same thing which is for their immune system to be strong enough to beat this dreaded virus and with
When one hears some of these cock and bull stories, many questions just begin to whirl up in one’s head, a fraction of which are:
What happened to the NGN490 Million appropriated for NIDCOM?What was the justification for engaging all the multitudes of staff for NIDCOM
The appointment of Former UN Envoy, Ambassador Ibrahim Gambari as the Chief of Staff by President Muhammadu Buhari has seen many reactions and congratulatory messages from different quarters.
Leading the International community in such messages is the British High Commissioner to Nigeria, HE. Catriona Laing.
promised Nigerians and the Diaspora not to engage Abike Dabiri-Erewa in her
business of bad-mouthing nor go into the gutters, but to diligently expose her
lies to the Diaspora, to Nigerians and to Mr. President.
a recent Press statement signed by Abdur-Rahman Balogun Head, Media and Public
Coronavirus disease (Covid-19) is giving humanity its toughest
challenge since 1918 - when influenza killed more people than during World War
I. Since its outbreak late last year in Wuhan, China, Covid-19 has infected
over 3.3 million persons and killed more than 234,000 globally. The fatality
keeps mounting as
That individuals and organisations registered and unregistered, often not more than a handful of well-connected persons, have constituted nuisance in Nigerian Diaspora affairs, is not new. That these individuals and groups continue to undermine the establishment of NIDO to provide coherence in galvanising Diaspora input