Opinion

Now that secession is in vogue

By Tochukwu Ezukanma I am totally opposed to the dissolution of Nigeria. I am an avowed, unrepentant proponent of one Nigeria. Advocates of secession, sometimes, attribute Nigeria’s litany of problems to the country’s diversity and […]

Opinion

Nyako’s stained hands

Sahid Umar Admiral Murtala Nyako, embattled governor of Adamawa state, has stirred the hornet’s nest. As the arrowhead of the few powerful people opposed to extension of the state of emergency in his state, he […]

Opinion

June 8: Remembering Abacha

By Mohammed Nura Saleh June 8, 2014 marked the 16th anniversary of the death of former military ruler, General SaniAbacha, on June 8, 1998. Abacha represents different things to different people. To his political enemies, […]