Columns and Opinions across Nigerian Newspapers


Suspension virus: A forcible rape on Democracy (1) - UNARGUABLY, members of even the best-run organisations cannot always escape moments of profound crises, when they must break faith either with the team or with themselves. These crises occur when the leadership of the group suddenly – or gradually – embarks on a source of action that is incompatible with members’ private ethical standards or judgments. The post Suspension virus: A forcible rape on Democracy (1) appeared first on Vanguard News.

Suspension virus: A forcible rape on Democracy (1) - There should have been the need to impose a sanction on those elements that virtually succeeded in putting the party on the path of perdition, if only as a deterrence against future occurrence The post Suspension virus: A forcible rape on Democracy (1) appeared first on Vanguard News.

Nigeria: Is ignorance our weapon of choice? - Suddenly everybody who is opposed to progress in Nigeria is exposing himself. They are all largely men.

Kaduna declaration: What has changed? - We have just been told that the Coalition of Northern Youths, or by whatever name they are called, are


True meaning of the May/June 2017 WASSCE result - THIS week’s column should be seen as one piece with last week’s talking point entitled, ‘Some thoughts for the Nigerian child’. In other words, today’s discussion is, for me, a continuation of last week’s discourse which aimed to take a stand for the younger elements of our society, especially school-age children and the trained youth without much prospect in a Nigeria that is programmed against them. The post True meaning of the May/June 2017 WASSCE result appeared first on Vanguard News.