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Living daily based on the feedback we get from others has never been, and will never be the best deal we can ever get. Depending absolutely on the sensory inputs we get from others is self-limiting and damaging to our inner psyche…

Nigerians were thrown into the ice when in July 2003, a sitting governor in the person of Ngige was abducted and was placed with a gun on his throat to sign a letter that he would cease to be governor…

No one gives a hoot what new party springs up. Nigerians’ minds are already made up that a new party is just like a new church or mosque springing up next door where the principal is after one and only one thing-MONEY!

Bode George, ex-military man and ex-chairman of the Nigerian Ports Authority, left Kirikiri prison last Saturday – having served a two-year sentence for corruption and earned the addition of ex-convict to his CV. From prison, Mr. George headed straight for the Cathedral Church of Christ in Marina, Lagos…

Even if you are not a Christian, this is a season that is celebrated with utmost vigour. The eating and greetings are the contexts that function to make us very happy and cheerful…

What kind of confidence are we talking about here when the entire world is watching a nation that is not bold enough to tell itself the hard truth? Confidence while the criminals who used the Capital Market as their platform to steal trillions are yet to be arrested and brought to face the law?

Chief Obafemi Awolowo had his shortcomings. He was not a saint. However, his failings and missteps were far fewer and less injurious than those of his contemporaries. Within the context of Nigerian, and indeed within African politics, Awolowo had no equal…

Here I was Sunday torn between patriotism and Godliness and the former seized me; the FIFA-organized under-17 world cup final match between Nigeria and Spain was slated for 10 am GMT…

Most Nigerians are still yet to come to terms with what it really means to be part of a modern world, many are still yet to grasp the essence of being a citizen in a democratic state…