In this opinion by Femi Arbisala, he examines the role Igbos have played in the development of the country, concluding they alone have made the country better.
Prof Oyeniran Abioje, from the University of Ilorin in this piece praises the acting president for taking note of the security problems confronting the nation.
Mu'awiyyah Yusuf Muyethe in this piece says the quit notice given to Igbos has shown how Nigerians allow negative acts become the yardstick to pass judgment.
The author Ogadimma Mbadiwe in this piece talks about the idea that this generation of Biafrans are “the most stupid”, the struggle and Biafran leadership.
They include the barracks in Monguno, the mobile police training facility in Gwoza, Sambisa, and other para military formations in Bama and other places.
Chia seeds have a neutral taste and it is very easy to make, this amazing super food can be made into a pudding like I did today; by soaking overnight in water.
In this opinion by Buchi Obichie, she describes Kanu as the kind of persons who stirs trouble but if yet to be found when disaster sets in due to his utterances
Fani Kayode raised some salient issues and accusations against the security apparatus of the federal government concerning TB Joshua's collapsed building.
A choice of Professor Yemi Osinbajo, Senior Advocate of Nigeria, appears to be an unpopular one in the nation's political circle, yet, it bought the 'General'..
Obadiah Mailafia in this piece says TB Joshua moving to Isreal will be a be a loss to Nigeria, adding that he would be sorry to see the man of God go.
Cham Faliya Sharon in this piece says that Kaduna state governor, Nasir El-Rufai has shown that in the midst of provocations there is leadership with compassion
Tabia Princewill in this piece talks says Nigeria needs a truth movement which asks real questions of those who are suddenly very vocal about restructuring.
Ehichioya Ezomon, in this piece talks about the recommendation by the Senate for a N5 levy on every litre of fuel imported and on locally refined products.
Prof Oyeniran Abioje, from University of Ilorin in this piece asks how Nigeria can escape the clutches of the world's most powerful and competitive religions.
Reuben Abati, former special adviser in this piece talks about the leadership of the country since since the ruling party All Progressives Congress (APC) won.
CODE empowers rural communities, build their capacities to engage the government and provide them with access to information on fragments of public finance.
Chief Femi Fani-Kayode in this piece says TB Joshua and his church members (SCOAN) are undoubtedly primary targets and victims of injustice and wickedness.
A nation cannot attain its potentials or be good for everyone to inhabit, if people feel the onus of making it better falls on the shoulders of one man.
Femi Fani-Kayode argues that Nnamdi Kanu has given a selfless service to the Biafra discussion and that it will be open to referendum as no one will be force
They should be afraid of what their fates would be when they become too poor because of regularly shutting down to support other people’s causes in the country.
Past interventions by security operatives to prevent economic blockades had resulted in their personnel being attacked and some killed by the militants.
Ladi Olorunyomi, the author in this piece talks about how the country’s ranking which has been on a persistent decline since 2005 but at an uneven pace.