Renaissance

Dada versus Orisaguna

These are interesting times in Nigeria. Perhaps, it is another period that great novelist Charles Dickens would describe in the opening of his classic “A Tale of Two Cities” (1859) thus: “It was the best of ... Read More...

Religion to the rescue

Despite the increasing religiosity of Nigerians, as manifest in the preponderance of places of religious worship and lousy religion-related ceremonies and activities, it is ironic that Nigerians are becoming in... Read More...

This life! The Ibadan killer-wife

It could have been a Nollywood flick but it was real. On February 2, the ancient city of Ibadan witnessed a tragedy, the twists and turns of which have somehow attracted a lot of speculations and heated discuss... Read More...

Alukogate: Ekiti’s can of worms

This Sunday (January 31, 2016), the estranged Secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Ekiti State, Dr Tope Aluko, on Channels Television made earth-shattering revelations on the atrocious interventio... Read More...

False prophecies, fake prophets

A disturbing reality of the Nigerian socio-political experience is that at the beginning of each year, all manners of self-acclaimed prophets inundate the air with prophecies. It wouldn’t have been disturbing i... Read More...

The Buhari effect as hope 2016

It is a new day of a new month in a new year. Besides, thank God it’s Friday, the day of blessing! For Nigeria, it is a new dawn and it is auspicious to start on a note of gratitude. We thank the Almight... Read More...

Zaria killings and way forward

Last Saturday (December 13, 2015), Nigeria hit the global headlines for the wrong reasons again on account of the bloodbath in Zaria. It was most unfortunate that emotions were allowed to dominate reason and a ... Read More...
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