What you should demand from your ideal candidate on security

Insecurity is now a major issue in the country. It is as real as every other challenge that hinders the progress of the country,...

Buhari’s Action: Last kicks of an archaic dying horse

By Ilemona Onoja It is probably no longer news to Nigerians that in, what can only be seen as an act of tyrannical desperation, President...

YNaija2019: Maybe you should take Ayodele Fayose-for-President seriously?

by Mark Amaza On the third anniversary of his victory in the 2014 gubernatorial elections, Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose held a rally at the...

Lagos to build innovation and technology centres across the state to...

Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Eko Innovation Centre, Mr. Victor Afolabi has expressed his organisation’s readiness to support any ideas or concepts...

Herdsmen Attack: Saraki calls for more responsibility on the part of...

Senate President, Bukola Saraki has decried the current spate of killings in the country reiterating that the value of human life must remain sacrosanct. Saraki...

#OpenOilLicense: Nigeria is losing revenue from the President’s discretionary powers

By Ayobami Adekojo The Petroleum Act 1969 (as amended ) gives full authority or discretion to the minister of petroleum to grant licenses for the...

Akin Alabi’s investment in local communities shows his readiness to serve...

by Sulaiman Adesola Nigeria’s infrastructure is presently ranked 132 of 138 countries in the World Economic Forum’s 2016-17 global competitiveness index and according to the...

2019: A better year for Nigeria

By Nonso Ozoemena Every new year, for the first month at least, most Nigerians experience a word I made up called “Janumism.” It is a...

Is the Red Card Movement the alternative to the PDP/APC duopoly?

In 2015, Nigerians were eventually presented with a formidable alternative to the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), and without haste, latched onto it. Prior to...