Home / Opinion (page 2)

Opinion

Opinion

Analysing the N701 Billion CBN Guarantee To the Power Sector, By Odion Omonfoman

The PAG is a bold step in the right direction to developing a sustainable liquidity solution for the power sector. The CBN and the Ministry of Power must be commended for putting the intervention in place. However, it does not address some of the fundamental structural challenges in the sector… …

Read More »

Quick Fixes are Not Viable with Damaged Fundamentals – Fayemi (Interview)

The Minister of Mines and Steel Development and immediate past governor of Ekiti State, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, always proves to be a scholar of immense stature. With background in multiple disciplines, including a doctorate in strategic war studies, it is understandable why he is on the intellectual side of development …

Read More »

How Demonic And Satanic Forces Have Held Nigeria Hostage For 24 Years -Joe Igbokwe

I was shocked to the marrows when I heard that some APC Senators asked the National Working Committee of the Party led by the National Chairman of the Party Chief Odigie Oyegun to prevail on President Buhari to drop all charges against Bukola Saraki at the Code of Conduct corruption …

Read More »

THE ENEMY WITHIN AND THE COLD-BLOODED THREAT FROM AREWA (PART 2) by Fani-Kayode

Apart from Afenifere, the OPC and a number of noble and courageous elders and leaders hardly anyone else from the south west has spoken up publicly for the Ifes and the Yoruba in this matter and that is a crying shame. What happened to the voices of the APC Governors …

Read More »

Immediate and Medium Term Imperatives for President Muhammadu Buhari – Nasir El’Rufai- [For the records]

IMMEDIATE AND MEDIUM TERM IMPERATIVES FOR PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI – SEPTEMBER 22, 2016   Background: In April 2015, I sent a short memorandum to you, Sir – then as president- elect. We never discussed the memo in detail and I am not even sure you got to read it bearing …

Read More »

I Will Put My Life on line till Drug Dealers, Certificate Forgers, Money Launderers, Political Manipulators, and Assassins are Named and Shamed. – Sowore

The Publisher of Sahara Reporters, Omoyele Sowore, has said he is ready to put his life on the line to ensure those he described as “drug dealers, certificate forgers, money launderers, political manipulators, and assassins” are named and shamed. Sowore stated this via a post he made on his Facebook …

Read More »

Office of the Citizen: How It Came to Be That Goodluck Jonathan is an Option in 2019

A seasoned public relations expert, public affairs analyst, co-founder and managing partner of RED, Chude Jideonwo, has written an interesting piece to Nigerians. It’s a must read! I got a lot of panicked responses after my last piece; the panic focused on one small nugget of information buried within it: …

Read More »

The Meaning of Allahu Akbar

Five years ago, I stood at the foot of a parched mountain with my father a few hours before dawn, in Muzdalifah, Saudi Arabia. We were performing Hajj—Islamic pilgrimage—together with my mother. Under an endless sky and surrounded by millions of pilgrims, we were somehow still sheltered from the cacophony …

Read More »

Buhari’s Failure In The Gambia

BUHARI’S baseless arrogance was at play at the int’l scene. What he failed to achieve, the President of Guinea achieved. Violence, threats and arrogance do not win peace. This is where Mandela had it all. Int’l diplomacy does not imply violence, threats or war. Here, Obasanjo and GEJ succeeded. OBJ …

Read More »

Customs Officers No Go Die Well By Abiodun Ladepo

My shipment had contained all of my household goods – furniture, electronics, kitchen utensils, books, clothes and one SUV – as I was planning to relocate to Nigeria upon my retirement. My shipping agent in California had requested an itemized list of the contents of my shipment, which I duly …

Read More »

loading...