Joseph Onuchukwu describes what you feel when you ride a bus in Nigeria’s boisterous city, Lagos, in this rib-cracking and jaw dropping piece. Read on.
True leaders earn authority over their subordinates through empathy and mutual respect and not by bullying and arrogance. Barristar Loyal tells us why
Barristar Loyal in his characteristically comical sense, narrates how he escaped being cajoled to slaughter chicken wondering aloud why men murder other men
Year 2016 ended yesterday to usher in year 2017. Many things happened in the old year, while people have resolved to change their fortunes in the new one.
Barristar Loyal argued comically that Nigerians will get out of their predicaments if they tackle the two monsters feasting on them, politicians and greed.
Faruk Ahmed writes that Nigerians are the architects of their present miseries and Buhari is a messiah they should follow to pull them out of the doldrums.
The bout brewing between Kano governor, Ganduje, and his predecessor, Kwankwaso, is getting hotter, keeping political watchers on the edge of their seats
Troops of 121 Task Force Battalion, Nigerian Army have launched vocational training/skills acquisition programmes for widows and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) seeking refuge in Pulka, Borno State.
The chairman APC Fulani Nationwide, Alhaji Usman Usman, has commended Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari for appointing Ibrahim Kpotun Idris acting Inspector General of Police
Police in Indian films of 1990s are notorious for abating crime and cowardice. Nigerian Police seems to be the real world copy of the 20th century films.