Onigbanjo and Chrisland school: When Lagos AG descended into the arena, By Adebusayo Arobieke

Nigeria, April 1 -- One basic identifier of a society desirable of advancement is how it treats its most vulnerable, the very old and the very young. Over the years, Nigeria has proved beyond any form... Read More

There was a movement: A preliminary, counterintuitive Marxist analysis of Peter Obi and the Obidients, By Biodun Jeyifo

Nigeria, April 1 -- IT WAS the strongly counterintuitive nature of my initial interest in Peter Obi and the Obidients that made me almost instantly a dedicated observer of the man and the movement. As... Read More

Appeal Court convicts Chinese citizens for attempting to bribe EFCC official with N50m cash

Nigeria, March 31 -- The Court of Appeal in Sokoto, Sokoto State, has convicted two Chinese nationals of money laundering involving an attempt to bribe an investigative officer with N50 million cash. ... Read More

"Little Englanders" and the rest of us, By Tunde Akanni

Nigeria, March 31 -- Agba o ni tan l'orile, by the special grace of Allah. But for the timely intervention of Nigeria's ageless gift to the world, Professor Wole Soyinka, Oxford and Cambridge universi... Read More

Let's calm down and stand together, By Ehi Braimah

Nigeria, March 31 -- When the general elections begin to divide us in ways we have never seen before, it is because there's so much at stake for political actors and it was not surprising that the 202... Read More

Organ trafficking: Lessons from the travails of theEkweremadus, By Lillian Agbeyegbe

Nigeria, March 31 -- Senator Ike Ekweremadu, his wife, and a "middle-man" have been found guilty of an organ-trafficking plot in the United Kingdom. The findings of the court are not surprising to me,... Read More

Tinubu, incoming cabinet and the Ides of March, By Abubakar Usman

Nigeria, March 31 -- In the month of March, which wrapped up the 2023 general elections with the governorship and state assembly polls, the country has been drenched in a national debate over who shou... Read More

PDP reverses suspension of Anyim, Fayose, Shema, stops Ortom from facing disciplinary committee

Nigeria, March 31 -- The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has reversed the suspension of a former Senate President, Pius Anyim, former Ekiti State governor, Ayo Fayose and former Katsina State governor,... Read More

Bayelsa Guber: Follow Electoral Act, group cautions APC NWC

Nigeria, March 30 -- A group within the APC, known as the Progressive Minds, has warned the All Progressives Congress (APC) National Working Committee (NWC) to take steps to prevent the party from run... Read More

Remittances and returns on investment: Migrant smuggling and people trafficking in Edo State, By Iro Aghedo

Nigeria, March 30 -- Nigeria is the largest producer of irregular migrants in sub-Saharan Africa, enabled by smuggling and human trafficking networks. Edo State, in the sprawling poverty-ravaged South... Read More