May 22, 2022

Political News in 5 (PNI5) May 22 2022

May 15, 2022

Political News in 5 (PNI5) May 15 2022

May 8, 2022

Political News in 5 (PNI5) May 8 2022

May 1, 2022

Political News in 5 (PNI5) May 1 2022 – the one about presidential aspirants in Mecca

April 24, 2022

Political News in 5 (PNI5) April 24 2022

April 17, 2022

PNI5 April 17 2022 – The One with the Voter Registration Update

April 10, 2022

PNI5 April 10 2022 – the one about anointed draftees as presidents

April 3, 2022

PNI5 April 3 2022 – The one after the attack on the Abuja-Kaduna train

August 30, 2010

Zoning & Federal Character

Zoning for mediocrity Nigeria can no longer afford to keep sacrificing good governance for ethnic considerations. For months Nigerians have been distracted by the entertainment provided […]
September 8, 2010

Our uncharitable incorporation

Not all the fervor around the 2011 elections is because of the large amounts of money that will be spent or diverted. A lot of the […]
September 15, 2010

Our modest judges

A few weeks ago the Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) released the results of a survey on Magistrate Courts which indicated that 70% of Nigerians […]
July 6, 2011

The transformation keke (I)

At last the long awaited and well-lobbied list of ministers has been released; what an anti climax. The numbness caused by the overwhelming stench of stale […]
July 29, 2011

20 transport policies later = nothing

Nigeria’s National Transport Policy of 1993 stated that: “The Nigerian transport system functions in a crisis situation”, because of “a major imbalance between the needs of […]
July 29, 2011

Our Transport Nightmare

“To transport someone is a feat of astonishing determination and imagination. Shakespeare did that emotional transporting with words; London’s Underground does it physically with engineering.” And […]
April 2, 2012

Who is afraid of the PIB?

The petroleum industry bill (PIB) is 12 years or 4380 days in the making – enough time to nurture a child from birth until the second […]
March 7, 2016

Exposing Violations against Women

The Open Society Initiative for West Africa and Amateur Heads Productions will tomorrow premiere the ‘Silent Tears’, a documentary that uncovers the truth behind the violations against women resident in the Federal Capital Territory. Rebecca Ejifoma writes
January 26, 2018

Is the Social Services Tax Fair?

I am torn between sympathy for the people of Rivers State who like most Nigerians do not seem to benefit from the taxes they pay or […]