Former Vice President has observed that after 54 years of independence, the ordinary are still lamenting what independence meant to their lives because of the widening gap between the leaders and the people.
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The wise King Solomon rightly posits that, “When the righteous increase, the people rejoice, but when the wicked rule, the people groan” (Proverb 29:2).
President Goodluck Jonathan Monday surprised the nation when he named the designer of the Nigerian flag, Michael Akinwumi, a Special Assistant for life.
As Nigeria celebrates its 54 years of independence, a youth and political pressure group, Advocate for Collective Transformation ACT has said the effect of bad leadership in the country cannot be compared to ravaging Ebola Virus Disease,…
Ahead of Monday closure of Saudi Arabia boarders for pilgrims, the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) on Sunday said that it has successfully completed airlifting of all Nigeria pilgrims.
It is quite unfortunate that it is only in this part of the world that people raise issues that have no constitutional backing. Constructive criticisms are essentially based on issues of law, constitution and to some extent morality
A member of the Board of Trustees (BOT) of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Chief Sam Nkire has described President Goodluck Jonathan’s method of giving out the National Awards as reckless and partisan.
A new report by the World Bank Group finds that most states across Nigeria continue to implement regulatory business reforms with Cross River, Ekiti, Niger, Ogun, and Rivers making the biggest strides.
Super Falcons gaffer, Edwin Okon has listed FIFA Under 20 World Cup revelation, Asisat Oshoala and 20 other players for the African Women’s Championship slated between October 11 and 25 in Namibia.
Ekiti State Governor-Elect, Mr Ayodele Fayose, has called on the National Judicial Council (NJC) to launch investigation into the allegation of beating up a judge by him and other happenings in Ekiti State judiciary in recent times, saying…
President of the Senate, Senator David Mark has assured that he will continue to advance the course of peace, unity and progress of Nigeria no matter the circumstances.
Many of those who read the earlier part of this article had contacted me. Some of them complained that I did not mention some people whose role they consider visible in escalating what is now referred to as the Jonathan-Amaechi saga.