Sunday, September 23, 2018

‘How they mislead our leaders’ – By Dele Momodu

In his Thisday Column this week, Ovation publisher Dele Momodu wrote about the quality of appointments we are seeing lately in Buhari's government, describing...

Nigerian prison where inmates pay between N30,000 to N100,000 to watch...

Established in 1861, the Nigeria Prisons Service was created to take into lawful custody all those certified by courts of competent jurisdiction, to...

Between Egypt and The Promised Land

Not too long ago, Nigerians suffered a lot of hardship occasioned by scarcity of refined petroleum products. Precious man hours were spent each day...

Official Corruption and Immunity In Nigeria, By Femi Falana

In order to promote accountability and transparency in government and deepen the democratic process, the courts have whittled down the absoluteness of immunity enjoyed...

Holiday As New Opium for Recession, By Louis Odion

As the crusader-in-chief, President Buhari ought to realise that the promise of change should not be about anti-corruption alone, but the work ethic as...

Still on the prohibition of street trading

Street trading and hawking have always been part of the Nigerian life. Almost all major towns and cities in Nigeria have a fair share...

When Will Nigeria Abolish the Death Penalty?

Ugo Aliogo writes that there is a clarion call on Nigeria by Amnesty International to abolish the death penalty Solomon Prosper was 25 years old,...

Buhari And Balancing Act

It is apparent that President Muhammadu Buhari is not living up to the expectations of cynics particularly regarding the issue of ethnic balancing of...

Ekweremadu’s desperation

•Let those accused of forgery face their charge instead of trying to politicise their trial What exactly does deputy senate president Ike Ekweremadu want to...

This way to high court of Nigeria

It was a normal court opening day. Judges were required to commence hearing cases as from 9am. With this understanding, scores of lawyers and...

Nigerian Parliament