Revisiting age barrier, against employability after graduation By Kareem Itunu Azeez

It takes more than your zeal, brilliance and talents to graduate in almost government owned universities in Nigeria, and still be within the recommended or largely, trending age bracket of employability, (26) at maximum, judging by this depressing times. This simply means, once you are still in school, and your age is between 25-26, there... Continue Reading →


The Debaters, Buhari’s Middle Finger And Atiku’s Own Goal, By ‘Fisayo Soyombo

The presidential candidates of the alternate political parties…must be wondering why their performances have assumed lesser significance to the absence of ‘Butiku’, as coined by Ezekwesili. The answer is simple: 2019 is still about PDP and APC. It won’t continue forever, hopefully, but they have a say in how quickly the PDP-APC hegemony will be... Continue Reading →

Really, Who Needs Medical Attention Between Buhari And Obasanjo? -By Fredrick Nwabufo

The synopsis of President Buhari’s response to Olusegun Obasanjo’s letter likening his administration to the brutal Abacha regime is that the former president is “sick or psychologically challenged”. But I think the riposte is like that of a blind man mocking another man who uses recommended glasses. Who really needs medical attention between Buhari and... Continue Reading →

The Nigerian Dream -By Nonso Anyasi

"I have a dream!” These were the magic words that secured a prestigious place in the annals of history for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The importance of dreams are best emphasized by the words of Pastor Taiwo Odukoya who remarked that dreams are so powerful that a leader is defined and known by his... Continue Reading →


Actions are considered blameless unless the will was so , for by the will, the action is initiated. _"The family is not just the basic unit of the society , it is the fate and haven of every child"_. Family is the arm/unit that determines the success or failure of a child. " The child... Continue Reading →

Daylight Robbery In the Churches, By Femi Aribisala

Armed robbers extort money from innocent victims by putting guns to their heads. Pastors rob widows of their houses by filling their heads with enticing words. The methods may be different but the objectives are the same. Both the armed robber and the conniving pastor are working for the same master, and it is not... Continue Reading →

Presidential Debate: What Are You Afraid Of President Buhari? -By Bayo Oluwasanmi

Coalition Joins Conspiracy To Exclude Sowore From Presidential Debate” In a statement issued by Dr. Malcolm Fabiyi, Director-General of the Sowore 2019 Campaign says “The African Action Congress and the Sowore 2019 Campaign has been notified of a plot to use frivolous lawsuits as a salt tactic to prevent a timely ruling on the case... Continue Reading →

The Nigerian Situation As We Approach “Elections 2019” -By Edwin Madunagu

It should be agreed that there are different ways of apprehending and describing the situation in Nigeria as the country draws near “Election 2019”, the general elections beginning on February 16, 2019. But I have chosen, naturally and unsurprisingly, an angle and a perspective informed by the burning interests of the working, toiling and poor... Continue Reading →

Decriminalization Of Drug Abuse And Addiction -By Fatima Abiola Popoola

Prevention, counselling, treatment, rehabilitation and reintegration of People Who Use Drugs (PWUD) has been the concern of all governments of the world and especially the United Nations. It is no gainsaying that drug abuse, addiction and trafficking is a global problem that has put all countries on their toes for centuries. Drug Abuse: A term... Continue Reading →

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