Tag: Nnamdi Azikiwe

Uroupa KiakubuOctober 9, 2020

The #EndSARSprotests could just be the beginning of the end to bad governance in Nigeria

The youth are the driving force of change in every society. Ironically, they are the most neglected group of society ...

Op-ed EditorJuly 7, 2017

Opinion: 3 reasons the Nigerian state failed; One way to save it

by Henry Chukwuemeka Onyema   Why did the Nigerian civil war break out on 6 July 1967? The problem, if ...

Op-ed EditorJuly 1, 2017

Reno Omokri: The lesson Ndi’Igbo taught Jonathan and future leaders

by Reno Omokri By now, I am sure my readers have read the very disparaging comments against former President Goodluck ...

EditorFebruary 22, 2017

Office Of The Citizen with Chude Jideonwo: Don’t be annoyed o, but please, who spoilt Nigeria?

  by Chude Jideonwo There is something curious that you might have noticed. Something as strange as it is weird. ...

Op-ed EditorDecember 10, 2016

Opinion: Ndi Igbo and the need for new leadership

by Chinyere Akataobi The 1914 Amalgamation of the northern and Southern protectorate can be likened to a forced marriage consummated between ...

December 9, 2013

“Shame on you”: Facebook users bash PDP for comparing founding members to Mandela (READ)

by Oke Efagene The ruling People’s Democratic Party (PDP), has come under fire for its recent claims which rubbed off ...

July 14, 2013

Dele Sobowale: If Jonathan is the leader; who are his followers?

by Dele Sobowale “Leadership is always somewhat mysterious. Leadership can be summed up in two words: intelligence and integrity” – John ...

April 8, 2013

Ohimai Amaize: The tragedy of a distracted generation (Y! Politico)

by Ohimai Godwin Amaize Interestingly, our idea of social change has been reduced to the politics of merely taking sides ...

January 30, 2013

Opinion: Jonathan on CNN: Where were Oronto Douglas and Reuben Abati?

by Sabella Abbide The President blew it. As the Nigerian parlance goes, he made a fool of himself. He made ...

January 14, 2013

Tolu Ogunlesi: Four things Nigeria has taught me (Y! FrontPage)

If this country will change for the better, it will be because there are people who are prepared to act ...

November 27, 2012

Adewale Sogunro reviews Chinua Achebe’s ‘There was a country’

by Adewale Sogunro I was hoping that he would look beyond the ethnic divisions, while rendering language to heal the ...

October 22, 2012

Tolu Ogunlesi: The land is grim; the land is green (YNaija Frontpage)

One thing you quickly learn from doing even a tiny bit of traveling around Africa is that Nigeria, even by ...

August 13, 2012

PHOTOS: #WhenWeWereKings – (A bit of) Nigeria’s history in pictures

by Isi Esene Today’s photo story is a collectors’ item, it takes us back memory lane to an era in ...

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