No Picture
Opinion

Bola Tinubu: Too early for retractions

Why is Nigeria so unlucky? A country of over 200 million people and with thousands of intellectual giants, always led, or perhaps, hoping to be led by people with half-baked education, people who hardly could critically analyze issues before disgorging them to the public for consumption. Plato said the reason why a good man should […] Read Full Story

No Picture
Opinion

BELLS UNITECH, OTA: Soaring Like An Eagle!

“Succeeding against all odds”, the captivating title of the greatly inspiring biography of John Harold Johnson, the late publisher of Ebony magazine aptly describes the giant academic strides taken by the highly resourceful Prof. Jeremiah Oludele Ojediran-led Bells University of Technology, Ota over the past academic year. What is instructive about them all are that […] Read Full Story

No Picture
Nigeria

Denmark takes the law into its hands?

gulf of guinea

Last week, something with significant but far-reaching diplomatic implications happened in security circles, particularly in the maritime security sphere. Denmark, a tiny European community of 5.3m people, less than the size and population of Rivers State in Nigeria, resolved to send a frigate to patrol and police Gulf of Guinea waters. The decision follows a […] Read Full Story

No Picture
Opinion

Nigeria survives only on surprises

NOT too young to run Governor of Kogi State, Yahaya Bello is a major news item for two reasons – his strident stand that Covid-19 does not exist, and his decision that he is the next President of Nigeria. Both are bold positions. Some ascribe them to youthful exuberance. Whatever they are, Bello carries both […] Read Full Story

No Picture
Opinion

Eavesdropper: Ending reign of cultists in states

The step taken by the Lagos State Government to check the activities of cultists in the state has been applauded by some Nigerians who are also eager to see an enforcement of the law. Eavesdropper notes that the state governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu, some days back signed the bill for the Prohibition of Unlawful Societies...

The post Eavesdropper: Ending reign of cultists in states appeared first on Punch Newspapers.

Read Full Story

No Picture
Opinion

Fighting insecurity without state police

From the dripping political and socioeconomic events in the country, it is obvious that the defective nature of Nigeria’s 1999 Constitution has discouraged development in the country. It is also responsible for the myriad of problems confronting the nation. Its weak provisions have more than anything else conspired with other challenges to make it possible...

The post Fighting insecurity without state police appeared first on Punch Newspapers.

Read Full Story