My View

By Suleiman Yakubu

The whistleblower is simply a glorified informant, those obnoxious guys in between criminals and the police. Most times, they are disgruntled criminals themselves seeking to do harm to their former gang for the shabby way they were… Continue reading

By Suleiman Yakubu

Shuaib Awaisu Wana, my guest on this column today, reiterated the need for peace between the literally warring Gbagyis and Fulanis so that meaningful development can take place. With nostalgia, he noted that the two parties used… Continue reading

By Suleiman Yakubu

It is no longer news that Nigeria is in a lot of trouble. Presently the recession is heating so hard that many of our countrymen can barely keep their heads above water as daily the prices of… Continue reading

By Suleiman Yakubu

The year 2017 is one that is full of hope and expectations for Nigeria. Many Nigerians see it as that year that would end the present economic recession that is doing no one any good. Prices of… Continue reading

By Suleiman Yakubu

Falcons in action

For the eighth time, Nigeria’s Super Falcons lifted the African Women Nations Cup December 3, 2016. To take the trophy this time around was not an easy task. Their final match was against the… Continue reading

By Suleiman Yakubu

It was hardly believable, the story on social media that a seven year old lad was lynched, beaten, and burned to ashes somewhere in Badagri area of Lagos, Nigeria, for stealing some garri.  At first, I… Continue reading

“As democracy is perfected, the office of the President represents, more and more closely, the inner soul of the people. On some great and glorious day, the plain folks of the land will reach their heart’s desire at last, and… Continue reading

By Suleiman Yakubu

At the risk of being labeled a chauvinist, my sympathies go to President Muhammadu Buhari because for whatever reason, his wife, Aisha, shouldn’t talk about her husband in the manner she did, at least, not to the… Continue reading

By Suleiman Yakubu

Over the years, many industries have closed shop in Nigeria and moved to other African countries. The industries that moved out of this country are in fact the wise ones, as those who stood to whether the… Continue reading

By Suleiman Yakubu

This is not an attempt to make light of Nigeria’s present economic recession, for without doubt, it is real and biting very hard. Daily, we hear stories about how families could barely survive, keep their heads above… Continue reading

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