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By Femi Osofisan Sometime in 1963—that is, three years after Nigeria gained her independence from Britain—a large delegation of villagers from the...

By Nwike Ojukwu Buhari and Jonathan A recent SaharaReporter’s article authored by M. K. Hassan inspired this essay. In the article, Hassan responded...

By Sola Olaosebikan As a Nigerian electorate, one of the more interesting milieus to exhibit one’s knowledge of the country’s history and politics,...

A response by Washington based Dr. M.K. Hassan to PDP secretary, Professor Wale Oladipo’s attack on the APC Presidential candidate, Maj. General...

by Bayo Oluwasanmi “In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” – George Orwell A large noise from a large man...

By Godwin Adindu “He raiseth up the poor out of the dust, and lifted up the beggar from the dunghill, to set them among princes and to make them...

By Osuolale Alalade Dear Olori (Supreme Leader)Otunba Francis Meshioye On the occasion of the centenary of the founding of the Reformed Ogboni Fraternity, please allow me to heartily congratulate you and the entire membership of your fraternity. May you continue to grow stronger, but, more importantly, to soar higher in wisdom. This wisdom would guide your required courage...

By Niyi Osundare Of all the prizes and awards that have come my way in my nearly 40 years of professional and creative career, the one whose bestowal brought...

By Angela Agoawike On January 1, 2015, Nigeria’s Minister of Petroleum Resources and current Alternate President of the OPEC Conference, Mrs. Diezani...

By Osuolale Alalade The United States will not sell Cobra attack gunships to Nigeria to fight Boko Haram. In facing this reality check, Nigeria is moping about a lost love that never was with Yankee town and screaming as if the world, or specifically the United States, owes it a living. For a start, Yankee town does no love tango with any other, not the least with a hamlet,...