Editorial

Harry and Meghan in Nigeria

Harry and Meghan in Nigeria

British royal couple, Prince Harry and Megan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, arrived Nigeria last Friday aboard Air Peace, to promote the Invictus Games and mental health among military personnel and Nigerians as a whole. The couple visited at the invitation of the Chief of Defence Staff, General Chris Musa. Harry, a combatant […]
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Apapa As Agony

Apapa As Agony

APAPA now stands for agony. Forget it is home to Nigeria’s major ports and the nation’s premier gateways by sea.

More than amnesty

More than amnesty

THE Federal Government should be applauded for its amnesty for militants in the Niger Delta. The amnesty, however, needs more content to end the conflicts in the area. Issues about the Niger Delta would always raise emotions. It is in the midst of those fiery exchanges that the points are massively missed. What are the […]

Size Of Corruption

Size Of Corruption

THE media are awash daily with news of corruption in most places in Nigeria. The details vary, but they are all about public  officers who have perfected schemes that funnel public resources to their private uses.

N-Delta – Blame Games

N-Delta – Blame Games

ONE major reason the situation in the Niger Delta is irresolvable is that neither governments, nor oil companies accept responsibility for its utter neglect.

Jailing Traffic Offenders

Jailing Traffic Offenders

IN September 2007, Lagos State judiciary delivered a remarkable judgment when it sentenced seven people accused of driving against the traffic, on the Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway to 20 days imprisonment. The prosecution and sentence were finished within a month of the offence.