Hardship: 5 cheap soups you can cook with N1000

In this article, we spotlight some cheap soups that can be cooked with N1,000 With the hardship biting daily on the populace, people are resorting to various ingenious methods to survive the... Read more »

10 tips to avoid being kidnapped

By Idowu Abdullahi The incessant kidnapping cases across the nation have turned inter-state travel a nightmare for a lot of Nigerians, with fewer people staying off the road for long journeys. Bandits and... Read more »

Proposed State police: A memo to the modality committee

By Law Mefor Victor Hugo, a renowned philosopher, famously said, “No force on earth can stop an idea whose time has come”. An idea that has reached its prime is known as... Read more »

Demerits and legal implications of currency abuse

By Our Reporter The growing spate of currency abuse in Nigeria calls for urgent attention in view of its negative bearing on the country before the international community. THROWING CASH IN THE... Read more »

Venezuela and Nigeria’s economic crises: the troubling similarities

By Law Mefor President Bola Tinubu recently declared that he should be included in the Guinness Book of Records for having the guts to remove fuel subsidy on his first day in... Read more »

Democracy backslide and the future of ECOWAS post exit of 3 nations

By Law Mefor This Tuesday, in Abuja, the Save Democracy Group – West Africa (SDG-WA) and the Abuja School of Social and Political Thought (TAS) held a policy dialogue. They expressed alarm... Read more »

National security implications of Miyetty Allah’s ‘nomad vigilante group

By Law Mefor The Fulani socio-cultural organisation in Nigeria, Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore, established the “Nomad vigilante group” in Nassarawa state on Wednesday, January 17, 2024. The Miyetti Allah’s national president, Bello... Read more »

Diezani Allison-Madueke: From petroleum minister to fugitive

By Adeleke Alade 10-years-ago, precisely 27 November 2014, at the 166th OPEC Ordinary meeting in Vienna, Austria, Nigeria’s Diezani K. Alison-Madueke made history as the first female President of the Organisation of... Read more »

What if Obi of Onitsha is removed by Gov. Soludo?

By Law Mefor I wrote a piece highlighting the constitutional order that was being challenged in Anambra state when the Obi of Onitsha, Igwe Nnaemeka Alfred Achebe, decided to call out Governor... Read more »

Beyond Tinubu’s decongestion of CBN, relocation of FAAN

By Emeka Alex Duru(08054103327, nwaukpala@yahoo.com) You would notice some discomfort by certain individuals and groups from the northern part of the country over the Federal Government’s plan to relocate the Headquarters of the... Read more »