Tinubu’s Address To The 9th Colloquium Use What We Make, Make What We Use

It is more than gratifying to mark my birthday in this good way. To all of you –  many who have traveled great distances –  I am honored that you…

Opinion: President Buhari, Osinbajo And Body Language As A Policy

By: Emoruwa Adewunmi Aminu Waziri Tambuwal, a former speaker of Nigeria’s House of Representatives and current Governor of Sokoto State, mainstreamed the term “body language” into our national discourse. Presenting…

Opinion: Ali Ahmad a Quintessential Lawmaker With Many Honours

By: Shuaib Abdulkadir ‎ Dr. Ali Ahmad, the Speaker of the Kwara State House of Assembly, since his foray into active politics some years back has spent the last six…

Adegoke Adelabu Penkelemesi -Dazzling Politician, Meteor, Iconoclast (1915-1958)

By: (Hon) Barr. Femi Kehinde A meteor is like a shooting star. It sparkles, it dazzles, it brightens up, but it is also a falling star. They are also like…

Tinubu, Akande’s Visit: The Power in Pictures

By: Tunde Rahman   With the release of the photographs taken last Thursday when the All Progressives Congress(APC), national chieftains, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu and Chief Bisi Akande, visited President Muhammadu…

Awujale Lied on Atiku, Mike Adenuga – Obasanjo

In an apparent reaction to the extract from the Autobiography of Awujale of Ijebu Land, Oba Sikiru Adetona, former President Olusegun Obasanjo has described as a tissue of lies, the…

FG Starts Payment of N5,000 to Poorest, Vulnerable

By: Olajide Toriola The administration of Muhammadu Buhari presidency has begun the payment of N5,000 monthly stipends to the poorest and most vulnerable in Nigeria. A statement by the Vice…

Share/Tsaragi: When Killing, Destruction Returned to Land

It was another day of tragedy for the families of victims of the recent Share/Tsaragi attack.  In case you do not know, the two communities are located in Ifelodun and…

Ambode Redesigns Lagos with One Lagos Brand

Lagos State prides hersel f as Nigeria’s centre of excellence and from its rating both in and outside Nigeria, almost 80 percent of Nigeria’s revenue from the entertainment industry is…

..And Obas Were Deposed, Sent on Exile

In Yorubaland, a traditional ruler (Oba) is unquestionable. He is not primus inter pares (first among equals), he is highly revered and widely referred to as second only to the…