After a long wait, the election day has finally arrived. After much violence and rhetoric that has been rampant in the build-up to this election, the "E-Day" has finally come. But how truly free & fair can today's election be? After the earlier postponement, and the previous trackrecord of the post-1998 Nigeria, no one can... Continue Reading →
In a bid to deepen competition and force telecom service providers to provide better services to their customers, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) began the Mobile Number Portability service (MNP), to assure freedom for telecom subscribers. After much preparation towards the process, April 1, 2013 saw the commencement of the MNP process, guaranteeing Nigerian subscribers... Continue Reading →
"The United States, a world superpower, has been the dominant Western power in the region particularly after the Gulf War of 1990-91"
For months, heading to years, the Northeastern region of Nigeria (particularly Borno, Yobe & Adamawa), has been ravaged by insecurity. On a daily basis, the media reports on shoot-outs between Boko Haram and the Nigerian Army, killings, bombings, abductions, raidings, among many others, in that region. To stem the tide, the President put in place... Continue Reading →
Everytime I pick up a newspaper to read, I immediately feel disgusted by the frontpage of the paper. Catchy, unneeded, digressing news is what will be found on the frontpage. "100 PDP members defect to APC", "N70bn Gone Missing", Atiku said this..., Obasanjo said that... These are some news content that maybe found. But what... Continue Reading →
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God help Nigeria before it is too late
Timaya Ukwu, Burna Boy Run My Race, 9ice Kan Tan, and a lot of videos by D'prince... These are just some of the songs whose videos, I, and many others, have classified as some of the nudiest videos being shown on our TV stations presently. And nothing has been done about it! I really can't... Continue Reading →
By now everyone must have read or heard about President Goodluck Jonathan's recent talk on corruption; he claims us Nigerians encourage it. But he gave a really good example of a young man who buys a car of 7 to 12 million naira, after spending just a few months on a new job, while his... Continue Reading →