Author: Michael Isaac

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Michael IsaacAugust 14, 2020

This is no hate speech: Is Lai Mohammed on a mission to silence Nigerians?

In Nigeria, certain aspects of fundamental human rights of its citizens have been compromised at some point in time. As ...

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Michael IsaacAugust 13, 2020

Obasanjo’s imperfect record shouldn’t stop us from listening to his pro-youth message

Former Nigerian President Chief Olusegun Obasanjo has advised African youths to unify and use their electoral power to knock out older ...

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Michael IsaacAugust 12, 2020

Mercy Eke is experiencing the entitlement syndrome common to most fans

It is not strange for celebrities to endorse upcoming celebrities or those in the making. To be honest, a few ...

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Michael IsaacAugust 11, 2020

#JusticeForJibril: Nigeria needs more than policies to protect the rights of children

Violence against children occurs in homes, families, schools, communities, and places where children should feel safe. Child abuse in all ...

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Michael IsaacAugust 11, 2020

The death sentence of Yahaya Aminu Sharif proves that Sharia law targets poor, ordinary Nigerians

A Sharia court in Kano on Monday sentenced a 22-year-old musician, Yahaya Aminu Sharif to death by hanging. Yahaya’s crime ...

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Michael IsaacAugust 10, 2020

South Africans want to prioritize themselves in another wave of xenophobia

Unite we must. Without necessarily sacrificing our sovereignities, we can forge a political union based on defense, foreign affairs and ...

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Michael IsaacAugust 10, 2020

Will justice prevail over the Ibrahim Magu probe when the results are out?

With the ongoing probe on Ibrahim Magu, the suspended chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Nigerians shared ...

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Michael IsaacAugust 8, 2020

Were Nigerians critically waiting for Tinubu’s comment on the Edo State drama?

‘In defense of constitutional democracy: The recent actions of the Governor of Edo State represent the gravest possible assault on ...

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Michael IsaacAugust 8, 2020

Ordinary neck pain? | Nigerian hospitals not enough for Aisha Buhari

Nigeria has had more than its fair share of colourful first ladies. Who could forget the glamour of Aisha Abubakar, ...

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Michael IsaacAugust 7, 2020

Naira Marley inciting the police for relevance. How long will it last?

Since making his 2019 controversial statement about how Nigerians should pray for cyber criminals, Naira Marley has built a heavy rotation ...

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Michael IsaacAugust 6, 2020

When will the Nigerian government act against the possible infiltration of Al-Qaeda and ISIS?

A wave of fear has been looming on social media this morning, and it has to do with the possible planned ...

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Michael IsaacAugust 5, 2020

With the new fine on ‘hate speech,’ how will the media report the #RevolutionNow protests?

The Nigerian government and Nigerians have had a discontented marriage in recent times. Apart from the age-long song from Nigerians ...

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Michael IsaacAugust 4, 2020

Olamide’s Wonma video has sparked conversations against the sexualization of nurses

For the sake of clarity, artists and creatives are entitled to bringing their full creativity to light. That said, freedom ...

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Michael IsaacAugust 4, 2020

Air Peace isn’t the only victim of the ripple effect of coronavirus

The coronavirus pandemic has undoubtedly had a negative effect on many businesses in Nigeria and across the world. From businesses ...

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Michael IsaacAugust 3, 2020

The fallout of ShopRite leaving Nigeria will worsen unemployment

Africa’s biggest grocery retailer, ShopRite, has hinted an exit in its operations in Nigeria. In 2005, the retail brand bought ...

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Michael IsaacAugust 3, 2020

The ‘Hushpuppi Effect’ and why Nigerians are tired of being labelled as cyber criminals

Suspected Nigerian internet fraudster, Ramon Olorunwa Abbas, alias Hushpuppi, has no doubt opened the channels up for discussion on cybercrime ...

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Michael IsaacAugust 1, 2020

Pastor Chris Oyakhilome wants the government to stop interfering in religion

Pastor Chris Oyakhilome of Believers Love World Church became a global sensation following his many preachings on healing and prosperity ...

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Michael IsaacAugust 1, 2020

Beyonce set the world of Christian conspiracy theories ablaze with Black is King

Beyonce Knowles Carter understands the internet. She understands our obsession with being the first to engage creative bodies of work, ...

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Michael IsaacJuly 31, 2020

Multiple blasts in Maiduguri, attack on Governor’s convoy; do we still need to be patient with the Service Chiefs?

Nigeria is no stranger to attacks or explosions on special days, especially during significant religious celebrations. Maiduguri, the Borno capital ...

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Michael IsaacJuly 30, 2020

Why do men want to make the ‘fear women’ phrase valid?

Women and girls in recent times have had a heavy rotation of attention channeled towards them. From fighting for their ...

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Michael IsaacJuly 30, 2020

Boko Haram is showing more audacity, as seen in fresh attacks

The scourge of the Boko Haram is one thing that many Nigerians would agree has been felt for many years. ...

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Michael IsaacJuly 29, 2020

Should we praise the Mbaise Community for the stunt with George Floyd?

Nothing can be any more surprising on Nigerian Twitter. This online community has given a platform for users with similar ...

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Michael IsaacJuly 28, 2020

Akin Adesina’s win is a victory for every upright Nigerian

An independent review panel led by an ex-Irish President, Mary Robinson, against the Africa Development Bank (AfDB), has exonerated President ...

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Michael IsaacJuly 28, 2020

#ChallengeAccepted: Why women are sharing black and white photos of themselves

Over the past few days, Instagram has been flooded with photos of women in monochrome images gushing over themselves and ...

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Michael IsaacJuly 28, 2020

Schools reopening in Nigeria and why it matters

The Federal Government has announced August 4, 2020, as the resumption date for students in Secondary School graduating classes across ...

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Michael IsaacJuly 27, 2020

Funsho Williams: 14 years after, conversation on unearthing murderers of Lagos politician resurfaces

Anthony Olufunsho Williams was an influential Lagos politician and former Commissioner under Colonel Olagunsoye Oyinlola‘s Military Administration in Lagos. Murdered ...

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Michael IsaacJuly 27, 2020

Genevieve Nnaji’s brand of feminism shouldn’t offend anyone, but here we are

Nollywood star actress and producer, Genevieve Nnaji has been a celebrity favourite for years now – from star appearances in Nollywood ...

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Michael IsaacJuly 27, 2020

#NDDCProbe: Akpabio finally releases names of contract beneficiaries, but what next?

For as many who have been following the National Assembly probe of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) probe which ...

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Michael IsaacJuly 26, 2020

As Segalink mounts an offensive against Kiki Mordi, we must begin to question motive

Nigerian journalist, Kiki Mordi has, in recent times, lent her platform to conversations centered around rape, abuse and violence as ...

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Michael IsaacJuly 26, 2020

Everything you missed from the first BBNaija ‘Saturday Night Party’

The Big Brother Naija show is undoubtedly Nigeria’s most-watched reality TV show. Barely a week old, BBN lockdown has gotten ...

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