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Just last week Friday, a spokesman for the senators elected on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Peter Nwaoboshi, reportedly ‘warned’ the PMB administration against “intimidating political opponents.” The ‘warning’ came on the heels of invitations extended by the Economic and...

Jesus specially handpicked twelve individuals when he was set to establish his ministry on earth. His aim was to turn them into twelve tigers who would...

On seeing those he thought were his friends screaming “Long live the incoming king” even before the curtains had finally fallen on his administration,...

Only those living under the worst kind of naive delusion would fail to realize that the widening cracks developing among the leadership of the reigning...

In a piece titled “Governor Seriake Dickson’s horn of dilemma” that was published in this column on 24th February, 2015 I had drawn attention to...

It is no longer news that Saraki emerged as Senate President under very controversial circumstances. The eerie calm that pervades the membership of the...

In many ways, the events that transpired during the national assembly leadership elections uncannily mirrors one of the most famous shootouts in the history...

The tension was both tangible and palpable. But just like everything that has a beginning is bound to have an end, the end arrived yesterday on a very...

Your Excellency, not many pundits are expecting the post-election fact-finding panel established by the national working committee of your party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), to review its dismal outing in the recently concluded polls to come up with anything meaningful, given the manner it has handled such ‘family affairs’ in the past. Truth be told, the party...

Your Excellency, grace be to you and your family and peace from God our Father. We indeed give thanks to the Almighty as you are set to exit office as...