Once again, Nigeria has entered an awful, familiar season. The country’s air is rent with talk of power. Not electric power, no; we’re talking raw political power! And the general elections of 2015 seem to have concentrated the mind of every politician in Nigeria…

The last two weeks of my life will forever remain the most precious ones to remember for a long time to come. I spent them on the heels of the Netherlands Consulate in search of an MVV- an Authorization of Temporary Residence…

Jonathan Goodluck’s success hinges on truncating the socially deformed policies of Yar’ Adua which have become social nuisance across the political and social realm. Can Jonathan morph from a conservative, no-rock-the-boat, loyal PDPer to a bellicose, reforming, rebellious, proletarianised Acting President without a thorough and perceptive elucidation of the strange, new direction?

My Facebook readers know I am not one of those propagating the false impression that Accra, or Ghana as a whole, is Africa’s new Eldorado – a place to which…

War is evil. War, throughout history and all over the world, is the condition that produces child soldiers whether in the war on Troy or the war on Rome in Haiti in Cambodia in Rwanda in the Arab jihads and intifadas

Preventive services is not given the pride of place due to belief by some health personnel that the curative services which is expensive and unaffordable by the poor citizens will lose its relevance in the medical and health fields…