Buhari must start by jailing thieves – Kokori

Human rights activist, Chief Frank Kokori, has advised the President-elect, Muhammadu Buhari, to start his administration by prosecuting and jailing looters immediately after he takes oath of office on May 29. Kokori, who is a former General Secretary of…Read More

Jonathan incurs N5tn domestic debt in 5 years, Governors incurred $5.85b

President Goodluck Jonathan's Federal Government borrowed N5.04tn from the domestic debt market during the over five years that he presided over the affairs of the country. Within the same period, the domestic debts of the states rose by $5.85bn or 116.83 per…Read More

Nigeria is too poor for our leaders to act like multi-billionaires - Sen-Elect Mr. Ben Murray Bruce:

Looking at the federal budget, a couple of things shocked me up, for instance, 1% of the national budget is spent on pilgrimages for the Muslims and Christians. 3% of the national budget is spent on the National Assembly of 469 people, 39% of the National…Read More

Nigeria Deputy Governors as Endangered ‘Spare Tyres’!

A few days to the end of their administration in May 2007, then Deputy Governor of Lagos State, Mr. Olufemi Pedro, resigned his appointment. But Governor Bola Ahmed Tinubu refused to accept the letter. The goal was to ensure that the impeachment proceedings…Read More

Missing $20b: NNPC siphoning oil revenues, but Sanusi lied, says audit report

The question for Africa’s biggest oil producer is, how much of that money makes actually makes it into the government’s bank account, without being lost to corruption or mismanagement along the way? An audit conducted last year and released yesterday was…Read More

The Fall of PDP And The Lessons...

In the fullness of time Nigerians will know how arrogance, impunity, greed, corruption, brigandage, ethnic politics, religious politics, abuse of power, selfishness, foolishness, mediocrity, laziness, political irresponsibility, power without responsibility,…Read More


A PRESS STATEMENT RELEASED IN KADUNA ON 19TH APRIL, 2015. Gentlemen of the press, it is with heavy heart that we Nigerians youths today assemble in this great gathering to address a menace that has engulfed us as a people. That brothers do not see…Read More
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