Dear Senator Tinubu, Buhari Has Thrashed Us All!

Abimbola Adelakun On Tuesday, Senator Oluremi Tinubu, wife of the erstwhile strongman of opposition politics, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, expressed her frustration at how her husband was “thrashed” by the President Muhammadu Buhari government he helped put in office. Even a minimally savvy observer of Nigerian politics would have figured out that a palace coup […]

Opinion: Tinubu Might Do a Goldwater

By Mahmud Jega When I heard that Asiwaju Bola Tinubu had been appointed to head a team to achieve “reconciliation” within the fractious ruling All Progressives Congress [APC], I briefly wondered what was going on in the mind of President Muhammadu Buhari, who made the appointment. I also wondered what must have crossed the mind […]

‘Why You Should Treat Your Employees Like Your Most Loyal Customers’

By Brigette Hyacinth Many companies invest heavily to improve the customer experience but side-line employees who are responsible for delivering that experience. What some organizations forget is that their employees are their first and most important customers (internal). They use your tools and systems and they know first-hand about your culture. Business success starts with […]

Police PRO Moshood: Image Burnisher Turned Image Tarnisher

By Bamidele Salako The Institute of Public Relations, (IPR) in the United Kingdom in February 1948, defined Public Relations practice as the deliberate, planned and sustained effort to establish and maintain mutual understanding between an organisation and its publics. It would however appear that in the world in which Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Force […]

What Exactly is Babangida Saying? By Reuben Abati

The drama, the controversy, the confusion, the double entendre, attended by seeming cowardice, that grew around a statement, perhaps the statements, purportedly issued by former military President Ibrahim Babangida on Sunday, February 4, is absolutely unnecessary, unfortunate and utterly avoidable. A statesman, the new role in which President Babangida has since found himself, is a […]

Faith: What Do We Mean When We Say The Believer Is Blessed?

By Pastor Emmanuel Iren Let us take a look at Romans 4:7: “Saying, Blessed are they whose iniquities are forgiven, and whose sins are covered.” What does it mean to be ‘blessed’? Especially in a culture where different meanings have been given to this word, it is needful to clarify what it means. Is it […]

Paddy Adenuga’s Battle For Chevron Netherlands

By Paddy Adenuga It was October 2013. Two years had passed since I had left the family business in Lagos, Nigeria and moved to London, England to start my own oil trading company. My time in the family business, as a director in the telecoms division and upstream oil & gas company was challenging to […]

Deja vu: Obasanjo, The Letter Writer, Writes Again

By Eric Elezuo The saying that though the razor is sharper than the ax, it cannot bring down a tree, may be applicable in many sectors, but in politics, it goes either way. This is because in many instances the sharp razor has brought down not just a tree, but trees. Obasanjo, the letter writer, […]

Who Is Afraid of Moving Impeachment Motion Against Buhari?

By Eric Elezuo In every administration, a certain event defines its acceptability or total rejection. It happened during the administration of former President Goodluck Jonathan when about 276 secondary school girls were supposedly abducted in the sleepy town of Chibok, in Borno State, by the Boko Haram insurgents, and the administration failed to recognise that […]

Opinion: Help! Girl Circumcision Still Exist in Nigeria

…Scary Tales from Victims In recent years, there has been a huge awareness in many African communities among many families to put shame aside and tell the stories of the scars left on them by Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), even as the Federal Government of Nigeria outlawed the act in 2015. But the act still […]

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