A dancing President and a mourning nation BY BAYO OLUPOHUNDA

Fellow Nigerians, our country is in a state of war. We can no longer pretend about this. What is happening in our country today is worse than any of such crimes in history. This systemic decimation of our people by Boko Haram and other mindless killings…Read More

Reps demand N45m each as quarterly allowance

MY COMMENT: Nigerian NASS members highest paid in the world. $1M per annum per member, the most expensive in the entire world ...This is because in Nigeria we have nothing to with government's money. So it is either we give it out as allowance or someone will…Read More

Transform Nigeria Citizens Institute Opens in Abuja and Awka

Transform Nigeria Citizens Initiative, TNCI, (aka Transform Nigeria Movement) has opened its first information and Media centre in Abuja, Nigeria. Free and Comprehensive Computer and ICT lessons will commence on Monday, 7th April 2014. The centre also…Read More


Some delegates at the National Conference have intensified their lobby for death sentence for corrupt former and present governors to be made part of the final recommendations that will be submitted at the end of the conference. Already, the delegates have…Read More

What Nigerians Say About Corruption

When asked by citizens why they think they have been constantly failed by their governments, they mostly respond that the failure of the state to effectively function is corruption. This much they said to Transparency International which invests heavily in…Read More

The Canonisation Of Terror By Wole Soyinka

...For the name of that hospital, it is reported, is none other than that of General Sanni Abacha, a vicious usurper under whose authority the lives of an elected president and his wife were snuffed out. Assassinations – including through bombs cynically…Read More

Nigeria’s centenary celebrations, is there anything to celebrate?

The president and government of the Republic of Nigeria are celebrating 100 years since the amalgamation of Northern and Southern Nigeria. PLEASE VOTE: On this occasion of Nigeria’s centenary celebrations by President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan and the…Read More
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