Tag: Eric Osagie

Isime EseneJune 13, 2016

Eric Osagie: We can never forget… [In memory of Stephen Keshi & Amodu Shuaibu]

by Eric Osagie Death, the grim reaper, scored two devastating goals against the Nigerian soccer fraternity last week, throwing the ...

November 26, 2013

Eric Osagie: But why is Jega rationalizing INEC’s inefficiency?

by Eric Osagie For once, we must learn to apply the same yardstick for every Nigerian.  If it was Professor ...

October 14, 2013

Eric Osagie: Madam Minister, that was NOT an act of God

by Eric Osagie Truly, the Nigerian airspace behaves like the Abiku, a spiritual child that dies one moment and resurrects the ...

October 9, 2013

Eric Osagie: If we must talk – Memo to the President on National Confab

by Eric Osagie If we must talk, President Jonathan and his administration must assure us that they will be bound ...

October 1, 2013

Eric Osagie: #Independence53 – Hope in the midst of hopelessness

by Eric Osagie But amidst all these, we must not, never, lose hope. The good news: We can have a ...

September 23, 2013

Eric Osagie: Akpabio, loyalty and the president

by Eric Osagie Conversely,  good leaders, in serving their people so well, demonstrate uncommon loyalty. Loyalty to God and loyalty ...

September 17, 2013

Eric Osagie: 2015 – Drumbeats of war

by Eric Osagie If we survive 2015, we are likely to survive as a nation.  Never in the history of ...

September 9, 2013

Eric Osagie: This PDP mess is like observing a terminally ill patient

by Eric Osagie Truly, PDP is a party of big men. Too many big men. Too many godfathers. Too many ...

August 31, 2013

Femi Adesina: Buhari, 2015 and the parable of 2 sons

by Femi Adesina With all due respect, Buhari is not indispensable…  If Buhari runs and fails in 2015, he would ...

August 29, 2013

Opinion: If Buhari returns in 2015…

by Eric Osagie If Buhari runs in 2015, he would be confirming what many of his adversaries and opponents had ...

August 7, 2013

Eric Osagie: Can this APC kill our pains?

by Eric Osagie However, for many Nigerians, who do not belong to any political party, the nagging questions have been: ...

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