Jega: Winning the battle? Has Jega won the battle?   Attahiru Jega, Chairman of Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), has been under a lot of heat recently. From different quarters across the country, there have been serious calls for him to either resign his appointment or be sacked. But he has remained taciturn and unmoved....... read more

By Emma Maduabuchi
Buhari’s days in the sun Muhammadu Buhari, former military head of state is having his days in the sun at the moment, and enjoying it. No other Nigerian is making the news as he is currently making, since he achieved the feat of being the only Nigerian that has, for the fought time, secured the Presidential...... read more

By Emma Maduabuchi
Obasanjo: The big political masquerade?   As Nigerians head towards the general election of 2014, one undisputed fact is that its current President Goodluck Jonathan has been faced with lots of criticisms from many quarters. Out of all the merchants of these criticisms, particularly among the elite class, none has been as strident and as consistent...... read more

By Emma Maduabuchi
Theodore Orji and critics "Well, there's two sides, to every situation Yes, there's two sides, two interpretations A laugh is a cry, hello means goodbye You're saying something, I don't wanna buy"   Sometimes it is difficult to stay completely aloof from politics (worst of all, Nigerian politics). This is usually the case when balance...... read more

By Emma Maduabuchi
Peter Obi: another controversial political move He has always exuded confidence with his bearing, which people describe as a “gentle person’s” disposition. He is said to possess the “CCC look” taken from the acronym – cool, calm and calculated, and he is soft spoken and good looking. In his business life, he started out as a sole...... read more

By Emma Maduabuchi
Oritsejafor: In the battlefront for Christianity Oritsejafor: In the battlefront for Christianity   Sometimes, people become newsmakers because of the things they do or say. At other times, they make the news because of things they failed to do, or failed to say. Yet in some other cases, some people are made prominent in the news, not...... read more

By Emma Maduabuchi
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