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The theatre that is Nigeria’s political space cannot seize to present the world with some heart-breaking tragi-comedies. Sadly, in Nigeria, it does not just rain, it pores. Since after the recent elections, the people have been constantly at the edge of the precipice of utter pessimism. The drama at the...

Again, for the third time in two months, the National Assembly has postponed its resumption for legislative duties until 28 July. The eighth Assembly has...

All over the world, speeches and comments from Presidents, Prime Ministers and Heads of Governments often have far-reaching implications and often serve...

Since the conclusion of the March/April general elections, the country has switched from watching the flamboyance and exaggerated promises of ‘Change’...

When Nigerians embraced the ‘change’ message of the All Progressive Congress (APC) in the last election it was essentially a product of a burning desire...

When the great Shakespeare in one of his iconic plays described the world as a stage, he must have had the Nigerian political system in mind somewhat....

Nigerian politicians are some of the most comical, most times unproductive and often the most selfish group in the country. It is only here that people...

“The corruption of the government sets in when the people attempt to govern directly and try ‘to debate’ for the senate, execute for the magistrate,...

By Nnedi Ogaziechi   Suddenly, the payment and non-payment of workers’ salaries which ordinarily should be taken as given has become an issue....

By Nnedi Ogaziechi   The governor elect for Kaduna state, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai, over the weekend appealed to Nigerians to stop congratulating him...