IBB would be consigning himself to the wrong side of history as a timid and confused leader if he failed to act.Read More
Why must it be the same people deciding the fate of this country every time? As long as we allow this to continue, Nigeria will not move forward because these people have nothing more to offerRead More
FORMER Provost Marshal of the Nigerian Army, Brig- Gen. Idada Ikponmwen (retd), yesterday, said that former President Olusegun Obasanjo and Gen. Ibrahim Babangida lack the moral justification to ask President Muhammadu Buhari not to run for second term.Read More
Distinguished Members of the Fourth estate of the realm. It has been drawnd to my attention a press statement on the State of the nation, particularly 2019 general elections and beyond. Let me categorically state that as former President and Statesman, I have unfettered channel of communication with the highest authorities without sensational public correspondence,
TWENTY-FOUR years after he stepped aside on August 27, 1993, following the crisis that trailed the cancellation of the controversial June 12, presidential election, self-styled military president of Nigeria, Gen. Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida is about to return to the public domain again.Read More
A host of Nigerian leaders, yesterday, looked at the state of the nation, 55 years after independence and returned a grim verdict: the country has under-achieved.
Noting that Nigeria started on a promising note on October 1, 1960 with huge potentials to become a super-power within a short time, they identified where the country went wrong, the challenges and direly-needed changes.