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Buhari is a man-made president and not a God-made president - Fani-Kayode

Buhari is a man-made president and not a God-made president - Fani-Kayode

Buhari is a man-made president and not a God-made president - Fani-Kayode
Analyst reveals 1 major weapon needed for the fight against terrorism in Nigeria (Opinion)

Analyst reveals 1 major weapon needed for the fight against terrorism in Nigeria (Opinion)

The social media has overtime provided platforms for all manner of reportage, which went into the public space, unregulated, uncensored and unedited.

Analyst reveals 1 major weapon needed for the fight against terrorism in Nigeria (Opinion)
Our capital releases to power, works and housing is estimated to create about 200,000 jobs - Kemi Adeosun

Our capital releases to power, works and housing is estimated to create about 200,000 jobs - Kemi Adeosun

Revenue remains considerably short of our ambitions and must be increased exponentially over the next coming years but it is a sign that it can be done.

Our capital releases to power, works and housing is estimated to create about 200,000 jobs - Kemi Adeosun
Why Nigerian army records successes against Boko Haram - Analyst (Opinion)

Why Nigerian army records successes against Boko Haram - Analyst (Opinion)

Tukur Buratai vowed to effect and change. He proceeded to engage governments at all levels, particularly the Federal Government for immediate intervention.

Why Nigerian army records successes against Boko Haram - Analyst (Opinion)
What Buhari's visit to Maiduguri means for troops, Nigerians - Expert opens up (Opinion)

What Buhari's visit to Maiduguri means for troops, Nigerians - Expert opens up (Opinion)

Quite surely, though, the president never uttered it, but President Buhari is over-joyed with the professionalism and discipline of Nigerian military.

What Buhari's visit to Maiduguri means for troops, Nigerians - Expert opens up (Opinion)
The travails of Ibe Kachikwu and a lesson for the house niggers by FFK (Opinion)

The travails of Ibe Kachikwu and a lesson for the house niggers by FFK (Opinion)

They steal more than any other yet they accuse many others of stealing and corruption. They kill more than any other yet they accuse others of killing.

The travails of Ibe Kachikwu and a lesson for the house niggers by FFK (Opinion)
"Anambra: Toiling between self-centredness and professionalism?" (opinion)

"Anambra: Toiling between self-centredness and professionalism?" (opinion)

In this opinion by Fidelis Nwangwu, he points out that the battle is between Governor Willie Obiano and former governor, Peter Obi who was his godfather.

"Anambra: Toiling between self-centredness and professionalism?" (opinion)
Opinion: Ambazonia, Biya’s intolerance and internet democracy

Opinion: Ambazonia, Biya’s intolerance and internet democracy

The spokesman of the former president Jonathan, Reuben Abati in this piece talks about an agitation in the Republic of Cameroon similar to that of Biafra.

Opinion: Ambazonia, Biya’s intolerance and internet democracy
Opinion: 20 facts to celebrate Nigeria @57

Opinion: 20 facts to celebrate Nigeria @57

Jegede Joseph in this piece highlights 20 major reasons to celebrate Nigeria after 57 years of gaining independence despite the number of reasons not to.

Opinion: 20 facts to celebrate Nigeria @57
JAMB: From condemnation to commendation (opinion)

JAMB: From condemnation to commendation (opinion)

The author Ehichioya E Ezomon in this piece sent to NAIJ.com talks about the events of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), in the past 30 years

JAMB: From condemnation to commendation (opinion)
Why Buhari must stop blaming Jonathan and learn to accept responsibility by Reno Omokri

Why Buhari must stop blaming Jonathan and learn to accept responsibility by Reno Omokri

It is rather unfortunate that instead of sticking to the facts in its tiff with Ohanaeze Ndigbo, the federal government decided to drag former President...

Why Buhari must stop blaming Jonathan and learn to accept responsibility by Reno Omokri
Opinion: How Peter Obi betrayed Ojukwu and entire Igbo course for personal gains

Opinion: How Peter Obi betrayed Ojukwu and entire Igbo course for personal gains

There is no doubt that without the support of the late Ikemba Nnewi, Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu, former governor Peter Obi would have been like any other..

Opinion: How Peter Obi betrayed Ojukwu and entire Igbo course for personal gains
Opinion: Awolowo, Balewa, Azikiwe were still babies in 1914, who then signed the amalgamation treaty?

Opinion: Awolowo, Balewa, Azikiwe were still babies in 1914, who then signed the amalgamation treaty?

Who and who signed these papers on 1914 and called it amalgamation of the northern region and southern region that we shall live together as one family without

Opinion: Awolowo, Balewa, Azikiwe were still babies in 1914, who then signed the amalgamation treaty?
Operation Egwu Eke II: Soldier, na our true friend! (Opinion)

Operation Egwu Eke II: Soldier, na our true friend! (Opinion)

Nkechi Odoma said many Nigerians now perceive soldiers more as friends and protectors, than trumpeters of war or tormentors of the civilian population.

Operation Egwu Eke II: Soldier, na our true friend! (Opinion)
The consequences of the proscription of IPOB (opinion)

The consequences of the proscription of IPOB (opinion)

The author, Okoi Obono-Obla in this piece highlights the consequences of the proscription of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) by the federal government.

The consequences of the proscription of IPOB (opinion)
Recall process: How Dino Melaye became the ‘Ghost of NASS’ on September 26 by Buchi Obichie (Opinion)

Recall process: How Dino Melaye became the ‘Ghost of NASS’ on September 26 by Buchi Obichie (Opinion)

Buchi Obichie recollects the events of September 26, in which Dino Melaye evaded his own office, just so INEC wouldn’t serve him the documents for his recall.

Recall process: How Dino Melaye became the ‘Ghost of NASS’ on September 26 by Buchi Obichie (Opinion)
NADECO wrong, military under Buhari has demonstrated they are guardians of democracy - Analyst (Opinion)

NADECO wrong, military under Buhari has demonstrated they are guardians of democracy - Analyst (Opinion)

It implies that they are barren of ideas, lost track of the dynamics of the world and seek, albeit questionably to again sink Nigeria into the dark ages.

NADECO wrong, military under Buhari has demonstrated they are guardians of democracy - Analyst (Opinion)
President Buhari’s semi-final speech (opinion)

President Buhari’s semi-final speech (opinion)

Azu Ishiekwene the MD of The Interview in this piece speaks on President Muhammadu Buhari's past independence day speech urging him not to make fresh promise

President Buhari’s semi-final speech (opinion)
Is IPOB an insurgency or a terrorist organisation? (opinion)

Is IPOB an insurgency or a terrorist organisation? (opinion)

The author Jideofor Adibe in this piece speaks on the useful lessons to be learnt from the entangled affairs involving the military exercise and the IPOB

Is IPOB an insurgency or a terrorist organisation? (opinion)
Opinion: Why Nnamdi Kanu’s IPOB declared Okorocha, Obiano enemy of Biafra

Opinion: Why Nnamdi Kanu’s IPOB declared Okorocha, Obiano enemy of Biafra

IPOB which prides itself as non-violent, has not realized the degree of violence, it has meted to Nigerians by its consistent and unrelenting verbal assault....

Opinion: Why Nnamdi Kanu’s IPOB declared Okorocha, Obiano enemy of Biafra
Opinion: Why nurses must be not be portrayed as witches

Opinion: Why nurses must be not be portrayed as witches

Patient's relatives are usually anxious when they come to the hospitals and when they don't understand what is happening to their person they are a report such.

Opinion: Why nurses must be not be portrayed as witches
If you could bring one person back to life, who would it be? - 8 responses from Nigerians

If you could bring one person back to life, who would it be? - 8 responses from Nigerians

NAIJ.com threw a vital question at her readers regarding death and the question was this: If you could bring one person back to life, who would it be?

If you could bring one person back to life, who would it be? - 8 responses from Nigerians
The absurdity of the lives of the Igbos in Nigeria (opinion)

The absurdity of the lives of the Igbos in Nigeria (opinion)

The author Onyebuchi J. Ugwu from Enugu in this piece urges Igbos to embrace the options of recognition and leap of faith to allow them survive in Nigeria.

The absurdity of the lives of the Igbos in Nigeria (opinion)
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