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Opinion - Evans the kidnapper and the rest of us

Opinion - Evans the kidnapper and the rest of us

      By Promise Adiele   Recently, the media was awash with news of the arrest of a kingpin notorious for armed robbery and kidnapping, Chukwudubem Onwuamadike, known as …

Par The Guardian, le 2 juillet 2017
Opinion - Too much of everything

Opinion - Too much of everything

    By Dare Babarinsa   It is good that many of the old guards who once held courts at the sanctum of power are joining the call for the …

Par The Guardian, le 29 juin 2017
Opinion - Short-sightedness in separatist agitation

Opinion - Short-sightedness in separatist agitation

    By Anthony Akinola   Those “wise ones” who had authoritatively “decreed” the disintegration of Nigeria must be laughing quietly at current developments – the banter of insults between …

Par The Guardian, le 20 juin 2017
Opinion - Osinbajo and the troublemakers

Opinion - Osinbajo and the troublemakers

    By Paul Onomuakpokpo   It is a predictable path that Acting President Yemi Osinbajo has taken in his response to threats that are nibbling away at the nation’s …

Par The Guardian, le 16 juin 2017
Opinion - Ambode, CAN and the Lagos pastor

Opinion - Ambode, CAN and the Lagos pastor

  By Paul Onomuakpokpo   A democracy fiesta which began nationwide some days ago climaxed last Monday. Lagos strove to outdo other states with its Lagos My Success Story through …

Par The Guardian, le 2 juin 2017
NIGERIA - Online Media As Safe Haven for Journalists

NIGERIA - Online Media As Safe Haven for Journalists

    By Adeyemi Adepetun    Over time, print journalism has always shown resilience by getting over whatever challenge or phenomenon thrown up by technological advancement. Today, the revolution brought …

Par The Guardian, le 24 mai 2017
Opinion - Corruption: Why Buhari may lose the battle

Opinion - Corruption: Why Buhari may lose the battle

    By Martins Oloja   I am fully persuaded that what President Muhammadu Buhari needs at this juncture is not sycophancy – that not a few are offering through …

Par The Guardian, le 24 avril 2017
Opinion - The humiliation of Nigerians abroad

Opinion - The humiliation of Nigerians abroad

    By Editorial Board   Just when it seemed the worst had been seen of xenophobic attacks on Nigerians, the phenomenon went on the increase the other day with …

Par The Guardian, le 18 avril 2017
Opinion - Buhari’s Achilles heel

Opinion - Buhari’s Achilles heel

    By Yakubu Mohammed   Corruption is like a snake scorched. If it is not killed it becomes more ferocious, more venomous and more lethal. That is what the …

Par The Guardian, le 11 avril 2017
Opinion  - Is Nigeria a tragedy?

Opinion - Is Nigeria a tragedy?

    By Abike Olajide   In literature, tragedy does not really connote something tragic but it means a re-evaluation and possible redemption of a given situation. Truly, this is …

Par The Guardian, le 11 avril 2017
Opinion - Newswatch: Sad end to ‘a way of life’!

Opinion - Newswatch: Sad end to ‘a way of life’!

    By Abdulrazaq Magaji   My first major assignment for Newswatch, once Africa’s most cited and best known news magazine, was to do preliminary work ahead of the 50th …

Par The Guardian, le 10 avril 2017
Opinion - Attacks on Nigerians in South Africa

Opinion - Attacks on Nigerians in South Africa

    By Editorial Board     The wave of xenophobic attacks by South Africans on fellow Africans in 2008 and 2015 appear to be a snake only scorched and …

Par The Guardian, le 3 mars 2017
Opinion - Xenophobia’s eerie xylophone

Opinion - Xenophobia’s eerie xylophone

    By Kenechukwu Obiezu   In what has seemingly become a recurrent ritual, some disgruntled and ostensibly unemployed and impoverished South Africans have recently been venting their frustrations with …

Par The Guardian, le 2 mars 2017
Opinion - Buhari and his rumoured death

Opinion - Buhari and his rumoured death

    By Paul Onomuakpokpo      An impediment to the quest for the full return of history to schools is our fear of excavating the seamy past of our …

Par The Guardian, le 26 janvier 2017
You will go to hell if you kill in the name of religion

You will go to hell if you kill in the name of religion

    By Abiodun Fagbemi, Ilorin   Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Muhammadu Sa’ad Abubakar III has warned Nigerians that anyone who killed in the name of religion would go to …

Par The Guardian, le 19 janvier 2017
Opinion - Yahya Jammeh must go now!

Opinion - Yahya Jammeh must go now!

    By Editorial Board   Democratically rejected by his compatriots, President of The Gambia, Yahya Jammeh, like the proverbial foolish dog destined to be lost for good, still refuses …

Par The Guardian, le 17 janvier 2017
Opinion - On the Gambia, Africa is late

Opinion - On the Gambia, Africa is late

    By Paul Onomuakpokpo   It is far from convincing that Yahya Jammeh changed his mind over the Gambian presidential poll in protest against a flawed electoral process with …

Par The Guardian, le 19 décembre 2016
Opinion - As corruption fights back

Opinion - As corruption fights back

    By Editorial Board   President Muhammadu Buhari’s recent lamentation over corruption fighting back in the wake of his fight against graft must be a true reflection of the …

Par The Guardian, le 7 décembre 2016
Opinion - Corruption in citadel of justice

Opinion - Corruption in citadel of justice

    By Editorial Board   It is yet another dehumanising story about Nigeria that while the legislature has been smarting from one corruption story to another, the judiciary, widely …

Par The Guardian, le 29 octobre 2016
Opinion - Storm in a tea cup

Opinion - Storm in a tea cup

    By Yakubu Mohammed   These are very interesting times, indeed. Despite the recession, which is enough reason for Nigerians to technically or virtually slip into deep depression and …

Par The Guardian, le 21 octobre 2016