In the US for example, Nigerian ethnic communities are as segregated as America was in the days of John Edgar Hoover. Everybody is in his tent except occasionally. Where there is no trust, there is no love, and where there is no love, there is no true living.  The situation for Nigeria is getting worse!

I hear militants in both the North and the South on television and radio blustering and bragging about how they intend to subdue their enemies. Gunshots are rattling in far-away forests, bombs are booming in busy cities, and there is confusion pervading the landscape…

Don’t let his skinny appearance deceive you; Governor Rauf Aregbesola of the State of Osun is not a wimp. He is a master politician and a tough cookie who has his fingers on the buttons of his assignment as governor…

If you are deft in the sign-language of politics you will agree with me that by now, every indication imaginable points to the fact that Goodluck Ebele Jonathan is running for a second-term in office as the president of the most beautiful nation in the world…

We appear to be growing more and more incompatible, and more and more prominently pulled apart by many overt and subterranean reasons. More people feel cheated and desecrated by principal ethnic actors who have been in control of the jugular of government and governance for seasons unending…

Our nation is blessed with great men and women scattered all over the world and across all endeavors. These individuals are in medicine and astronomy, aeronautics engineering and space science, business and Law, sports and politics, and they are making Nigeria proud…

When the future of a nation is left swathed up in warts in the hands of platoons of tomfoolery and retrogrades, a double-edged sword of endemic and pandemic automatically become the results, and the entire citizenry feel the effect of the quotidian lancination that did not emerge in paroxysm…