By Alhassan Bawa Niworu

It is not longer news that our educational system is bedeviled with myriad of problems beyond any imaginative perspective, ranging from Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) strikes to unholy policies and societal interference.

Consequently, in… Continue reading

By Ramoni Kabiru Babatunde

Senate President Bukola Saraki (l) and Speaker Yakubu Dogara at a joint session

It is an indubitable fact that since 1999 when Nigeria returned from autocratic rule, every May 29 of the year, the nation… Continue reading

By Fatai Ibrahim

Minister of State for Environment, Ibrahim Usman Jibril

Success is no mystery; it is simply the result of consistently applying some basic principles – Shiv Khera

 The Federal Ministry of Environment basically is to “ensure environmental… Continue reading

By Ibrahim Abdulfatai

Hajiya Fatima Nwoye Madugu, Niger State Commissioner of Education, Science and Technology

“Some are born to be great; some achieve greatness while others have greatness thrust upon them” – Julius Caesar

The recent appointment of Hajiya Fatima… Continue reading

By Al-Mamun Mallam

Governor Abubakar Sani Bello of Niger State

The euphoria heralding the election of Abubakar Sani Bello [Abulolo] into the position of the Niger State Governor is not different from the one that heralded the ascension of Mu’azu… Continue reading

By Obed Nuhu Nana

Have you ever found yourself in a situation so bad you wanted to speak out and you could not? Presumably as a result of fear you might not be heard or taken seriously? I have been… Continue reading

By Al-Mamun Mallam

Professor Chukwuma Soludo has tried yet again to provoke a debate on a misunderstood subject, and most of the debaters so far are from the most misunderstood ethnic group in Nigeria – the Igbo. The reasons for… Continue reading

BY Ibrahim D. Sulaiman

Although things are usually not as they seem, still some Nigerians are refusing to learn from past experiences. It is sad to witness the mass exodus of people who had lived in the North for several… Continue reading