Leave politics to politicians, former Senate President Ameh Ebute tells CAN, ethnic-warlords

Third Republic Senate President, Sen. Ameh Ebute, has cautioned the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) to forthwith depart the political arena for the main gladiators. The country's Christian leaders recently delved into partisan politics, abandoning their primary assignment of soul-winning. After pressure from all and sundry, the religious group sluggishly congratulated President Muhammadu Buhari, having … Continue reading Leave politics to politicians, former Senate President Ameh Ebute tells CAN, ethnic-warlords

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As Buhari opens new vista for unity

By John Uche Madu Three sentimental and reverting factors have always and obstinately defined the character of Presidential elections in Nigeria.  The search for a President by Nigerians in every political dispensation usually throws up mawkish issues like tribe, religion and sectionalism.  Nigeria has been saddled with bad leaders in the past because of the … Continue reading As Buhari opens new vista for unity

Obasanjo and Buhari; Who Is A Victim Of Age?

By Abubakar B. Tsav In Nigeria or African generally, septuagenarian or octogenarian ages are like a double edged sword. It could be a curse or a blessing to someone depending on how he utilizes this special favour from God Almighty in spending these rare years of grace. So, both suffer either of these two afflictions. … Continue reading Obasanjo and Buhari; Who Is A Victim Of Age?

Explosive: That $1 Million Fraud That Catriona Laing Wants To Kill

Some experiences in life makes you happy, laugh or smile; while others make you forever sad. Ask my candid opinion, I dare say, piteously that leaders of United Kingdom (UK) or Britain are in serious image crisis. That UK patriot and convener of the “UK Matters Most,” (UKMM) group Activist James Moore has murdered royal … Continue reading Explosive: That $1 Million Fraud That Catriona Laing Wants To Kill

Buratai and the Birth of a New Army By Don Udeike

I am not one that partakes in mediocrity. I am also not one that encourages others to be mediocre. I say this because the general elections have come and gone and as usual words, merchants have begun to ply their trades on behalf of their principals that includes some of those that lost in their … Continue reading Buratai and the Birth of a New Army By Don Udeike

When Campbell Is Bad News For America

By David Onmeje Former American Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr. John Campbell’s obsession with the destruction or destabilization of Nigeria is renowned. No one cares about his ranting anyway. But what amuses Nigerians is that each time he explodes with his personal emotions and anger against a united Nigeria, which is waxing stronger on all indices, … Continue reading When Campbell Is Bad News For America

Apostle Kay Rules Airwaves with Niginigi God, Unveils Album April 14

A seasoned preacher and music minister, Apostle Emmanuel Kalu better known by his fans as Apostle Kay, is set to release his debut album titled “Niginigi God”, meaning “Sweet God”,. The album is set to be released by the Rich Pek Music World. The Street Reporters Newspaper gathered that the album launch holds in Lagos … Continue reading Apostle Kay Rules Airwaves with Niginigi God, Unveils Album April 14

Buratai and the Art of Patriotism

By David Onmeje All hail the reformed and disciplined Nigerian Army. Even those who maliciously hated you in the past have keenly observed both your private and official actions in the last three years and Nigerians fete you with accolades as venerated institution. The phrase drops on every lip and everywhere in shocking pleasantness.   … Continue reading Buratai and the Art of Patriotism

Buratai: A Study in Warfare By David Onmeje

The story of the Nigerian Army is such that invokes memories of exploits, especially in the Sub Saharan Africa. In times past, the Nigerian Army won countless laurels in its operations so much to the envy of other nations. At a point, the Nigerian Army was adjudged one of the best professional armies in the … Continue reading Buratai: A Study in Warfare By David Onmeje

Buratai’s Midas Touch on the Nigerian Army Educational Landscape

By Orinya Agbese       “He has got the Midas touch. Anything he touches turns to gold”. Many of us might be familiar with that famous line in the beautiful soul rendition of the ’80s. Well, we are no longer in the ’80s, as someone is replicating the Midas touch once again. But this … Continue reading Buratai’s Midas Touch on the Nigerian Army Educational Landscape

CJN: Onnoghen Heads to Court to Challenge Suspension

The suspended Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Walter Onnoghen, will today, Monday, challenge his suspension by President Muhammadu Buhari in court.       This is just as the National Judicial Council’s 88th meeting in Abuja has been delayed following fears of a possible clash between supporters of Onnoghen and the acting CJN , Justice Tanko Mohammed.     … Continue reading CJN: Onnoghen Heads to Court to Challenge Suspension

Onnoghen: Lawyers, CSOs others vow to mobilize over 220 million Nigerians against reinstatement ‘billionaire’ CJN

As reactions continue to trail the suspension of Justice Walter Onoghen as the Chief Justice of Nigeria by President Muhammadu Buhari-led government, some lawyers and civil society organizations have vowed to mobilize over 220 million Nigerians against the reinstatement of the embattled CJN. The groups said any attempt to reinstate Onnoghen would bring the nation’s … Continue reading Onnoghen: Lawyers, CSOs others vow to mobilize over 220 million Nigerians against reinstatement ‘billionaire’ CJN

LA Campaign Organisation Blasts Elrufai for Insulting Sacked Workers

The senatorial candidate for Kaduna Central on platform of the Peoples Democratic Party, Lawal Adamu Usman (Mr LA) has described Kaduna Governor Nasir Elrufai as insensitive for referring to the thousands of school teachers he sacked as touts and area boys.   Elrufai while justifying his government's sack of over 25, 000 school teachers in … Continue reading LA Campaign Organisation Blasts Elrufai for Insulting Sacked Workers

Boko Haram: How Borno, Yobe Governors promote insurgency – Elizebeth Robertson

Elizebeth Robertson, a renowned expert in Counter-Insurgency and Confliction Resolution based in Geneva has made a shocking revelation on the involvement of Yobe and Borno State governments in promotion of insurgency in north east Nigeria. Robertson lamented that in spite of the efforts made by the Nigerian government and a multi-national military operation, Boko Haram … Continue reading Boko Haram: How Borno, Yobe Governors promote insurgency – Elizebeth Robertson

Senator Murray-Bruce’s Quest To Return Nigeria To Egypt By Philip Agbese

There is the opposition, there is misdirected anger, there is crass unpatriotic fervour and there is Senator Ben Murray-Bruce. The Senator representing Bayelsa East district fancies himself as the defacto leader of the children of anger, the amalgam of a people that see righteous justification in being miffed at society for their own shortcomings in … Continue reading Senator Murray-Bruce’s Quest To Return Nigeria To Egypt By Philip Agbese

Atiku Saves Aisha

The Presidential Candidate of Nigeria’s main opposition party, in the 2019 presidential election, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, has extended his philanthropic gesture to Aisha Haruna, a 13 year-old orphan from Daura, Kastina state, who was involved in an inferno that burnt her beyond recognition, The Street Reporters Newspaper reports. He has … Continue reading Atiku Saves Aisha

Christmas Fiesta And Why Gov. Ortom Must Apologize To Fulanis

By Prince Enenche It is becoming clearer by the day to every Benue indigene and Nigerians, Gov. Samuel Ortom’s hypocritic content, politicization and commercialization of the herders killings in Benue state. The death of every Nigerian or human being is condemnable. But where some persons embalm it with political interests to fester their ambitions is … Continue reading Christmas Fiesta And Why Gov. Ortom Must Apologize To Fulanis

Nigeria’s Economy And Just Before We Crucify Buhari By Philip Agbese

Nigeria is indeed a dynamic country where we have found the habit of looking at things mainly upside down and without giving it a second thought or a benefit of a doubt. In most times, we cry wolf where none exist. We are quick to “pull down” and celebrate the consequent downfall. Welcome to Nigeria. … Continue reading Nigeria’s Economy And Just Before We Crucify Buhari By Philip Agbese

Security Analysts to honour Olonishakin with award of excellence

The League of Policy Analysts on Security have nominated  Nigeria's Chief of Defence Staff, (CDS) General Abayomi Gabriel Olonisakin with the "2018 Legacy Achievers Award". Comrade Festus Akintola, Executive Secretary, of the group made this known at a state of the nation press conference held on Monday in Lagos. The press conference was on the … Continue reading Security Analysts to honour Olonishakin with award of excellence

Proscribe IMN or Face Court Action, Rights Group Tells AGF

A Pro-Democracy and Civil Rights group in Nigeria, Global Integrity Crusade Network (GICN) has threatened court action, if the Attoney-General of the Federation and Minister ofJustice, Abubakar Malami fails to proscibe and declare as a terrorist organization,  the Islamic Movement (IMN) within 72 hours. The rights group, in a letter to the AGF,  signed by … Continue reading Proscribe IMN or Face Court Action, Rights Group Tells AGF