My View

By Suleiman Yakubu

 

In 2019, all these bickering and hullabaloo about who rules Nigeria will finally be settled during the general elections via the Permanent Voter’s Card, popularly known as the PVC. More still, all these talk about whether… Continue reading

By Suleiman Yakubu

Nigeria’s First Lady, Hajiya Aisha Buhari, Friday, January 19, did something quite uncomplimentary of her husband’s performance as President. In fact, her action made many critics to assert that she may be against his leadership.

Contestable as… Continue reading

By Suleiman Yakubu

Recently, about three weeks ago, Members of the House of Representatives, got 20 more cars, thus bringing the total number of cars delivered to 260 units. This implies that 100 units are still being awaited to make… Continue reading

By Suleiman Yakubu

My sweet sleep was interrupted at about 4:30am by my wife’s persistent taps to get me up. I had to go and queue at the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) mega filling station in Minna to get… Continue reading

By Suleiman Yakubu

Uche Secondus, National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)

In my personal dictionary, Secondus simply means somebody that should come second, the runner up and never the winner as we saw in the recently concluded Peoples… Continue reading

By Suleiman Yakubusulaymanu@yahoo.com

We have always blamed our leaders for our woes, and ascribed every misfortune which has befallen us since independence, 57 years ago, to their selfish attitude. And we may not be far from right. We all know… Continue reading

By Suleiman Yakubu

“Nigeria go survive”, is the title of a song by Ese Agesse, a Nigerian musician. It was a song that makes many to lose their heads in those days. For me, it is a prophecy that we… Continue reading

By Suleiman Yakubu

Former president Jonathan’s burgled house in Abuja

Lay not up for yourselves treasures upon earth, where moth and rust doth corrupt, and where thieves break through and steal: But lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where… Continue reading

By Suleiman Yakubu

Ember months – September, October, November, and December are usually characterized by many road accidents, most of them fatal ones. However, some simply attribute the yearly spate of deaths to diabolical reasons; preferring to blame some blood-sucking… Continue reading

By Suleiman Yakubu

Less than a decade ago, Nigeria, or rather, Nigerians were adjudged happiest people in the world. In 2011 a global survey confirmed it. In a Gallup poll involving 53 countries, Nigerians were rated at 70 points for… Continue reading

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