Posts Tagged: opinion

Do We Need More Of Tinubu’s Tigers? Aledeh.com For a long time, I wondered at the term “Asian Tigers”, whenever I come across it in different kinds of literature. In the chrysalis of my imagination, I made conjectures about the...

In defence of the Fulani in our midst Reuben Abati State of the nation: In the last two weeks, over 200 persons in Plateau state were reportedly killed by Fulani herdsmen, 45 villages were ransacked and sacked and those villages we are told have been taken over by Fulanis, and...

Prayers and the Nigerian dilemma TheCable   Two things mark the average Nigerian’s reaction to almost all the recurrent but avoidable misfortunes that hit the country. The first is the blaming of everyone but himself. And the second, a resort to...

Carnage And Poverty As National Tragedies Aledeh Two existential issues -security and poverty-that bear great relevance to the assessment of the performance of governments globally reared their heads back-to-back, in the last one week, in Nigeria. Both issues were so tangible that they could not escape essential appraisal and indictment....

  June 12: A Thin Line Between A Bribe And An Honour Dr. Bright Emenena ALEDEH Growing up in a rural community in Bendel State now in today’s Edo state, I remember fervently how candidates and parties use to bring bags of salt, rice and boxes of sugar as “gifts”...

Saraki and Offa bank robbery: Before the innocent is convicted Dailypost Permit me to say loud and clear that the recent revelations by the Nigerian Police under the leadership of IGP Ibrahim Idris, linking the Senate President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria,...

MHNG OPINION PICK OF WEEK

Gani Fawehinmi: A fitting recognition for a legal colossus TheCableNG I received with joy the unexpected news of the posthumous award of the Grand Commander of the Order of the Niger (GCON) to my mentor and inspiration, Chief Gani Fawehinmi, SAN; the incomparable legal titan, dogged advocate for human rights...

OPINION PICK OF THE WEEK Buhari’s Democracy Day Speech Is Like Yam Without Oil Fredrick Nwabufo Aledeh Why are President Buhari’s speeches always vapid and tepid? This morning, I listened to his Democracy Day address on a stratosphere of expectations but was brought to...

OPINION PICK OF THE WEEK Long live Saint Sani Abacha TheCableNG If statistical estimation of Nigeria’s population of 60% youth is anything to go by, then a very few percentage of Nigerian youth, in their multiple of millions, witnessed the reign of terror of General...

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