Category: Opinion/Editorial

Judicracy and the Fairness in Being Unfair, By Omoshola Deji

Abraham Lincoln described democracy as “government of the people, by the people, for the people” during the American civil war in 1863. His notion later became the often quoted definition of democracy and a benchmark of rating its success globally. More than a few nations have actualized Lincoln’s thought, but Nigeria is lagging behind. Her…

US Senate Impeachment Trial of Trump and Nigeria’s Legislative Conduct: An Assessment, By Omoshola Deji

In Athens, 510 BC, Cleisthenes instituted democracy to foster greater: accountability of institutions and leaders to citizens and the law. Today, the tenet is being flouted with impunity, especially in developing nations, where most of the heads of parliament are puppets of the president. Nigeria tops the list. While her legislature is failing in oversight…

Open Letter To Mr President On Stability Of Presidential Amnesty Programme

By Hector Spiff The leading stakeholders captured in the Presidential Amnesty Programme have commended Mr. President for sustaining the programme thus far, adding that the FG’s continued support towards the mandate of the programme has given the ex-agitators confidence that their decision to drop their  arms/agitation, embrace dialogue and build a better Niger Delta region,…

CAN Should Commend Pantami For Blacklisting 9.2million Pre-registered SIM, By Adewole Kehinde

My attention was recently brought to the allegations of Christian Association of Nigeria statement asking President Buhari “What is the essence of SIM card registration if the authorities cannot utilize it to find these killers who depend on phones as a mean of interaction to do their criminalities?” I will like to bring the attention…

One Year in Office: The Giant Strides of Professor Adetokunbo Fabamwo in LASUTH

The provision of specialized medical care which usually involves advanced and complex procedures and treatment performed by specialists in state-of-the art facilities occurs at the Tertiary Healthcare Institutions in Nigeria which are funded by either the Federal or State Government. There are three levels of healthcare delivery in Nigeria, primary, secondary and tertiary and these…

Tips For Buying an ‘Original’ Power Bank For Your Smartphone

It is very difficult to get original gadgets in Nigeria notwithstanding whether it is registered by the Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON). A smartphone and power bank are not exempted from the counterfeit problem as both online and offline platforms are replete with them. With the Nigerians barely enjoying 24 hours power, the need for it to charge your…