Category: Opinion/Editorial

Obasanjo’s Points For Concern And Action: Analysing The Message, Assessing The Messenger, By Omoshola Deji

People’s mode of expressing displeasure varies. Such mode includes strike, protest or legal action. For Olusegun Obasanjo, Nigeria’s former Head-of-State and ex-President, his most preferred mode of expressing displeasure is writing letters. In a 4007 words letter titled ‘Points for Concern and Action’, Obasanjo, on 20 January, 2019 leveled grievous allegations of maladministration and misconduct…

Election, Debate and The Need For Attitudinal Change, By Omoshola Deji

Debate is a vital, far-reaching and inexpensive means of campaigning and earning the voters admiration before election. It is identical to an interview session wherein the employer (electorates) assess the job seekers (contestants) suitability for the job. In developed nations, candidates save debate dates and prioritize attendance over other political activities or duties. Participating in…

The Unbeatable And Record Breaking Achievements Of Inspector General Of Police, IGP Ibrahim Idris

By Adewole Kehinde The Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Kpotun Idris since his appointment as IGP has been able to manage the herculean responsibility of overseeing some 1300 Police stations, 370,800 men and women, 36 State Commands, 12 Zones and 7 Administrative organs with effortless excellence as though he was born for the job. However…

Leave Keystone Bank, 9mobile Alone, Share Your Manifesto With Nigerians

By Gbenga Ogunleye There have been interesting events in the political terrain in the past few weeks, but the one that has gained unnecessary attention was this allegation by Alhaji Abubakar Atiku, presidential flag-bearer of the opposition Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP) that the president, Mohammadu Buhari and his family owned shares in Etisalat and Keystone…