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The Big Lie

In another blistering editorial, Dumebi Kachikwu, Chairman of Roots TV, has called out Nigerian leaders for burying their heads in the sand while civil...

Please do not kill me

Written by Dumebi Kachikwu   I was on a call with a friend a few days ago when she received a message that made her scream....

A Survey of Nigeria’s Discontented Youth, By Okey Ndibe

Demographic realities in Nigeria, the most populous country in Africa, would predict a high representation of the country’s youth in public life, specifically political...

Nigeria: From Petrol to Auto-Gas

Written by Reuben Abati The Nigerian government deregulated the downstream petroleum sector with effect from March 19, 2020. The key argument was that the fuel...

ASUU Has Outlived Its Shelf Life

Written by Shaka Momodu  In 20 years, university teachers in the country under the auspices of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) have embarked...

Recession: What does the future hold for Nigerian homes and businesses?

These are certainly not the best times for millions of Nigerians now grappling with the combined misery of living and operating in an economy...

The death and deification of ‘Junior Jesus’

Written by Adekeye Adebajo Former Ghanaian president, Jerry John Rawlings, who died last Thursday in Accra at the age of 73, always seemed to be...

Tribute: Balarabe Musa, the patriot who pushed for Igbo presidency and knocked northern govs over almajiri

Written by JEMILAT NASIRU Many tongues are moving in fervent prayers for AbdulKadir Balarabe Musa. Families and friends are mourning, and giving thanks for the...

Nigerian protests: A once-in-a-generation moment for change

By M. I. Abaga Last month, the protests that gripped Nigeria for weeks reached a bloody peak. On October 20, security forces opened fire on...

2023: Will Tinubu fight or run away?

Written by Tunde Odesola With a trap-like mouth comprising 80 spiky teeth, death is the smile on the face of an adult crocodile. In a dramatised...

#ENDSARS: What did our leaders learn?

Written by Niran Adedokun It is unfortunate that some members of Nigeria’s power elite still make a joke of the unfortunate uprising the country faced...

Legal luminary, Kayode Ajulo writes Buhari, recommends ways of resolving #ENDSARS protests, ending police brutality

MEMO TO THE PRESIDENT: RECOMMENDATIONS ON #ENDSARS, ENDING POLICE BRUTALITY: THE ENTHRONEMENT OF THE PRINCIPLES OF RULE OF LAW; AN ULTIMATE PANACEA BY KAYODE AJULO There...

#ENDSARS: Chairman of RootsTV Nigeria calls participation in ongoing protests a “moral obligation,” says the youths are only trying to save Nigeria

Dumebi Kachikwu, Chairman of RootsTV Nigeria has again called for wider support for the ongoing nationwide protests targeted at ending police brutality in the...

 Paul Adefarasin writes on #ENDSARS, calls for dialogue with government and offers prayers for Nigeria

Beginning with the clamour to #EndSARS, the subsequent demand for justice erupting from our young people in response to years of profiling, bullying, extortion...

How Nigeria’s Nollywood has changed over the last 10 years

Written by Emediong George  The Nigerian film industry is one of the largest movie industries in the world. Nigerian movies (known across the world as...