Monday, 11 December 2017

Article: To Build A Real Nigeria Nation; The Utmost Need For A New Leadership

By Jaye Gaskia

Our country and her peoples have been, and continue to be subjected to intensifying levels of hardships, compounded by growing insecurity.

Fifty-Seven [57] years after independence we seem to be trapped in our past, as we continue to debate not the challenges of nation building or nationhood, but the very notion of whether we can exist as a nation, and coexist as one people with one common citizenship.

Sunday, 10 December 2017

Photonews: Virgins' Festival In Okrika, Rivers State, Nigeria

Speech: "I Dedicate This Mandate To The Almighty God"


(Being text of  acceptance speech by the new Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party of Nigeria, Prince Uche Secondus)

Monday, 4 December 2017

U-Report: Islamic Movement Nigeria Drags El Rufai, Police, Others To Court Over Rights Infringements, Ban, Others

El Zakzaky of IMN

Reported By A Citizen Reporter

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) has sued the Kaduna state governor Nasiru Elrufai, the Kaduna state government and the Kaduna state Police Command among others over the continued persecution of its members in Kaduna state and the trampling of their religious rights.

Article: Scrutinizing The Self Adulation Of A Dysfunctional Government

President Buhari

By Jaye Gaskia

Where do we begin from? Let us start with the conclusion: This government is the most dysfunctional government in the recent history of our country, and certainly since the 1999 return to civil rule.

Tuesday, 21 November 2017

Speech: "Let Us All Move Forward....."


(Being resignation speech made by Robert Mugabe)

Fellow Zimbabweans, I address you tonight on the back of a meeting I held today with the nation’s security forces command element.

Photonews: Robert Mugabe Hands Off Zimbabwean Presidency


Monday, 20 November 2017

U-Report: "Ekwueme Was The Stabilizing Factor In Nigeria’s Politics"–Ibori

Late Ekwueme

Reported by Tony Eluemunor

Chief James Onanefe Ibori has described the death of Dr. Alex Ekwueme as most shocking.  He said “though His Excellency, Dr. Alex Ekwueme, GCON, was a great leader, a national father-figure, a stabilizing factor in Nigerian politics, I Chief James Onanefe Ibori can never stop asking “what if”!