In 1888, in ᴄhicago, a bridge was built to connect two parts of the city. A toll was charged but officials wanted it to be a “progressive”
…never forget the sacrifice of those who brought us here By naijaPatriot For a hundred years, the blood spilled at Lekki toll gate will speak for all
By Mack Ogbamosa At last, the Federal Government has woken up from its slumber. The Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, has agreed to be actively involved in
By Mack Ogbamosa There is no perfect constitution anywhere. The more advanced democracies in the world have had cause(s) to change and amend their constitutions over time.
By Lekan Sote In 1823, Secretary of State, John Quincy Adams, wrought an American foreign policy that discourages countries of the Old World (in Europe) from interfering
By Chioma Obinagwam As a way to increase the inclusion rate in the Nigerian capital market, stakeholders have canvassed for the introduction of “sachet” sized technology driven
By Farooq Kperogi In spite of irrefutably overwhelming evidence provided by on-the-spot eyewitness accounts by Nigerians, by Premium Times, by CNN, and by the Lagos State judicial
By Mack Ogbamosa The agitations are rising. More than ever before, many Nigerians are debating the necessity or otherwise of rotating the position of president from one
By Tope Fashua I lived in London in 2006 when the largest to date cash robbery in that country – and perhaps in the world – happened.
By Wole Soyinka The Ibos want Biafra The North wants Ibo’s exit The Yorubas want Ibo’s exit The Ibos are saying “we have investments in your areas