APC FEUD: TINUBU, YORUBA AND THE FULANI

APC FEUD: TINUBU, YORUBA AND THE FULANI By Adewale Adeoye/IrohinOodua… “As the battle rages, between Tinubu and the Fulani North, there will be deceit and deception. Tinubu will be deceived into thinking the problem is Buhari. He will make a mistake to forge a new alliance with another Fulani group only for

NIGERIA AT 56: PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES

By Kayode Olaitan/NAN... Unarguably, every October 1 remains a unique and memorable day for all Nigerians, as they joyfully commemorate the country’s independence on Oct. 1, 1960. Precisely 56 years ago, Nigeria became an independent nation after over a hundred years of British colonialism, and the country formally ceased to be a

RESOURCE CONTROL, RESTRUCTURING WILL DISINTEGRATE NIGERIA

  By  Bode Olowoporoku   There is increasing noise that Nigeria should be restructured. It is a pity that the advocates of restructuring have not spelt out exactly the items of the restructuring and so they keep the citizenry guessing. This write up is to challenge the advocates of restructuring to open up.

Devaluation: A Beer Parlour Gist

By Oluseun Onigbinde This is actually not beer parlour discussion. It is a wine parlour discussion (if there is anything like that) with a new friend, a banker in Nigeria. My friend told me. Firstly, you need a friend in the bank — a banker. If you don’t know, you are entitled to a

This Change Must Be Meaningful

BY SYLVESTER ODION AKHAINE In the liberal context, Nigeria has just recorded a one turnover in terms of an incumbent party handing over power to another. This constitutes a change of sorts, but not substantial because elements of the same ruling clique had only shuffled themselves in the last electoral exercise.