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Babachir Lawal, a Senate Coup and the IDPs

The Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria is in exultant mood. In fact, senators can be said to be balling. Not because it...

El-Rufai and the Killing Fields of Southern Kaduna

The Governor of Kaduna State, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai is a man of strong convictions. He is also a man of tough guts notwithstanding his...

Is Nigeria Really Worth Dying for?

The recent death of Lt. Col. Abu Ali in the hands of terrorist group, boko haram unleashed a new wave of nationalism on many...

Aren’t we are all Internally Displaced Persons After all?

That Nigeria is an ailing nation is a notorious fact. But what irks is the way and manner its contradictions almost always find ways...

Of Crocodile Smiles and Crocodile Tears

All things being unequal, the impossible can happen in Nigeria. That is why the crocodile is about to smile and tear at the same...

Buhari, the Caliphate and John Kerry’s Visit

United States Secretary of State, John Kerry's visit to Nigeria few days ago has left some questions hanging in the air with respect to...

The Dalung Syndrome and Nigeria’s Rio Olympics Participation 

I begin my column today with a caveat. The purpose of this piece is not to join in the much-dramatized pillory of Mr. Solomon...

Meet Mohammed Ataba Sani-Omolori, New Clerk to the National Assembly

OrderPaperToday – Like his bulky frame, he looms large in the bureaucracy of the National Assembly. Parading decades of experience, exposure and a guaranteed...

Dino’s Minions and Tinubu’s Talebearers

The stage drama with above title has been on in the theatre of the absurd called Nigeria’s politics since last week. In case you...

Nigerian Lives Matter Too

The resurgent demand for equal rights for black minorities in the United States has brought latent inequalities in that country into fresh focus. The...