Tag Archives: Opinion &Rejoinder

APC’s Bitter But Puissant Pill – By Tahir Ibrahim Tahir Talban Bauchi.

  ‘There is only one aspirant in the APC shed that can match Atiku, and even surpass him, as far as talking politics, and election victory is concerned. Aside from the base, the spread, and the political might both in strategy and resources; Tinubu is light years ahead of Atiku, in terms of achievements, and dividends of a lifelong political ...

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Why VP Osinbajo’s Presidential Declaration Got It Wrong On So Many Levels – By Victor Oladokun

  The Yoruba say “Oju loro wa,” meaning “communication is in the eye of the beholder.” Why would his comms folk shoot a video that, for the most part, showed his side profile? After all, this was supposed to be the most important speech of his political career. It’s bewildering PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | APRIL 26, 2022 I am glad ...

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Can Nigeria Fight Igbo, Yoruba At Once? – FFK

  “If Buhari had not been president, Nigeria would have been ‘managing.’ The Peoples Democratic Party of Goodluck Jonathan and Sambo Dasuki and Diezani Allison-Madueke would have been paying Dangote to rob Otedola, even as the country continued the slide down the valley of death”   By Femi Fani-Kayode The greatest thing Nigerians accomplished in the last thirty years was ...

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President Buhari, Tribalism & Agitations For Self-determination By Nigerian Nationalities

  “We should shun money politics and sweep out the present politicians who have only represented themselves and their pockets rather than the interests of their people” By Capt Casmir Nwafor Rtd (Ebunie Mbazu) I feel the pains of some nationalities seeking self-determination in Nigeria. Some years ago, It seemed as if it was only the Igbo nation that was ...

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The Sad Reality About Nigeria’s Economic Situation – Obinna Okoro

  “So, I am constrained to conclude that this Fulani herdsmen crisis is more political than economic. When I remember how much I lost in the cause of pursuing this project, I am tempted to give up on Nigeria” One day, I was on a business trip to Bauchi and a friend asked me to make out a time and ...

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Owerri Jail Break: The Negligence of Security and  Ill-treatment of Ndi’gbo In Nigeria.

  All hands should be on deck to get to the root of this matter and find out who launched this mayhem in Imo State and the South East region. By Casmir Nwafor I have waited to get facts and figures concerning the attack on Owerri Federal Prison a few days ago. I also waited to do a minor analysis ...

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Opinion: Why Nigeria Is Socio-Economically Stagnant – Professor Anthony Kila.

  “I don’t think restructuring is an automatic solution because human beings will always be who they are. However, I think there is an advantage to it” In your view, why has it been difficult for Nigerians to elect leaders that have integrity, because if you look across the country, people who have stolen from the system and have little ...

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Reaction: My Visit To The Kigali Genocide Memorial – Ken Agala

  “When I experienced the Kigali Genocide memorial with a group of friends in 2016, one thing we noticed was that we couldn’t talk for almost 10 minutes when we walked out of the memorial through the exit. The experience actually leaves you speechless” A Pegasus Report As disenchantment with a particular tribe spread over Nigeria as a result of ...

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The Fulani Burden in Governor Bala Mohammed’s Discourse

  Governor Bala Mohammed is also wrong on the issue of ‘settling’ the Fulani. While settling the Fulani of Nigeria as a way of discouraging them from the nomadic lifestyle should be a priority, it should be clear that Nigeria is not under obligation to ‘settle’ the Fulani of the whole world. By Prof Zacharys Anger Gundu Governor Bala Mohammed ...

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Kadaria Ahmed Sends A Message To Nigerian Media

  “I don’t know at which point we decided that a focus on ethnic profiling despite the repeated warnings about where this leads, would be a good idea” Kadaria Ahmed It is with a heavy heart, worry about Nigeria and a sense of impending doom that I am sending this message to my colleagues in the media. Let me begin ...

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