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Mala Buni: APC’s Unifying Caretaker Chairman

Ibrahim Jirgi Sequel to the constitution of APC Caretaker/Extraordinary National Convention Planning Committee (ACENCPC) led by the Executive Governor of

Global Peace Index And Nigeria’s Resilience Against All Odds

Lawrence Audu There have been insinuations in some quarters discrediting the efforts of the Nigerian government towards addressing the various

General Buratai And His Strategic Ministration To Nigeria

Abubakar Gana PhD “…tactics …is only a small part of generalship. For a general must also be capable of furnishing

X-raying Nigeria’s Border Management And National Security

Bashir Mohammed The essence of government across the world lies in ensuring the welfare of citizens, protection of nations’ sovereignty

Zamfara Gold As A Common Wealth

Zailani Bapoa For a very long time, the land of Zamfara has witnessed gradual, but progressively negative development, no thanks

Gana And The End Of An Error

Okanga Agila The country has been awash with tales on how the Nigerian Army killed the dreaded militia leader in

Nigerian Army: Welcoming Buratai’s Pragmatism In Southwest

Ayokunle Ojo The news of the events in Osun State a few days ago is quite a refreshing one, especially

Threat To Peace: Group Urges Buhari, APC To Call Members To Order

Sani Muhammad Sani, Gusau The Patriots for the Advancement of Peace and Social Development [PAPS] has called on President Muhmmadu

Truthful Words That Make One Proud Of Our Military

Emmanuel Kolawole The role of the Nigerian Military in the preservation of democracy in Nigeria cannot be overemphasized. This much

Banditry: Matters Arising As Buratai To The Rescue

Idoko Ainoko When service chiefs were appointed in July 2015, like many people with keen interest in the polity especially

What Hope For Nigerian Journalists As Elites Become Threat To Press Freedom? (I)

Isaac Asabor It is not an exaggeration to say that Nigerians have in the recent weeks witnessed public figures who

Buhari, North- East And The Uncommon Transformation

Goodness Adaoyiche On the 28th of July, 2020, Nigerian governors elected on the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC)

Mohammed Yusuf and Gana: What Benue Is Not Telling Us

Bernard Kifasi The death of Terwase Akwaza popularly known as Gana, has generated some discourses in the country with the

My North-East Experience And Prayers For President Buhari

Brown Adeyemi “Therefore I exhort first of all that supplications, prayer, intercessions, and giving of thanks be made for all

Buhari’s Kagame-like Intervention In Northeast

Sunday Attah On a good day, no one could have convinced me to travel to the Northeastern part of Nigeria

Buhari And Northeast: Giving Credit When Due

Abubakar Gana Indeed these are interesting times in Nigeria. I am sad as well as happy for the revelations regarding

Allen Onyema: A Detribalized Nigerian (II)

Engr Saleh Alhassan His full name is Allen Ifechukwu Onyema. A native of Mbosi town in Ihiala Local Government of

Nigerian Army: Emulating General Buratai’s Accountability Aura

Yemi Itodo   I have followed the operations of the Nigerian Army keenly since 2015 when President Muhammadu Buhari assumed leadership

Why Mrs Odom Is Candidate With Best Developmental Blueprint

Cyril Ogar As the battle for the Northern Cross River senatorial by-election to fill the vacant seatoccasioned by the death of late

Biu, New Face, Signpost Of Peace

Philip Agbese  Time could significantly alter the sad fate of a people radically for the good. It was just yesterday

Ajoje Scheme: 300 Women To Receive Micro Grants From Rep. Salam

A total of three hundred women traders and artisans in Ede North, Ede South, Egbedore and Ejigbo federal constituency of

Memo To NBA On Governor el-Rufai, Other Speakers

Let Governor Nasir el-Rufai Speak – Ajulo The perceived ‘exodus’ and self-deregistration on the part of some members of the

Revisiting The COVID-19 Deportation Of Almajiri And The Conscience Of A Nation

Tyolumun Kinga-Upaa About mid-April 2020, some of the northern governors announced the planned deportation of Almajiris back to their states

Matawalle’s Lesson Note For Zulum On Fighting Terrorism

By Idoko Ainoko I recall there was a time in Nigeria that Zamfara state in North-West Nigeria was on the

Insecurity: Matawalle’s Audacity And Sundry Matters

By Yusuf Idris Zamfara State has been in the news for a very long time for a wrong reason. The

Boko Haram: Appreciating President Buhari On His Feats

By Kolawole Abe There is no gainsaying that Nigeria just like some other parts of West Africa today is ravaged

Baga: A New Distraction In War Against Boko Haram

By Sunday Ogaba  Nothing really remains normal during war time. These are delicate times that requires a high measure of

Nigerian Army’s Inroads In The South East

By Linus Okoye  I am thrilled with the inroads of the Nigerian Army in the southeastern part of the country.

Nigerian Army As Agent Of Development

By Hyacinth Ogbu Worldwide, the Army traditionally plays the role of securing the sovereignty and territorial integrity of nations. Excitingly,

Zulum’s North-East Parley And Why Charity Must Begin At Home

By Adamu Bulama The recent appointment of the governor of Borno State, Prof Babagana Zulum as the Chairman of the

Nigeria: COVID-19 And Its Silver Lining

BY CHIDOZIE OGBONNAYA The impact of coronavirus disease also called COVID-19, which the World Health Organization (WHO) declared a pandemic

Buhari’s Charming Gestures To South-East Through Nigerian Army

By Stanley Ogbu  President Muhammadu Buhari is fast enchanting the hearts of South-Easterners with some improbable gestures through the Nigerian

Edo Election And The Narrative Youths Must Change

BY CHIDOZIE OGBONNAYA For every politically-minded person in Nigeria, the next destination for violence of many sorts is the September

Our Governors And Security Threats In Northern Nigeria

By Ghazali Al-Mustapha It is now a common sight for governors to sprint to Abuja to seek respite each time

Boko Haram/ISWAP: Who Is After The Military?

By Sani Muhamamdu The seeming recent castigation of the military by Borno State Governor Babagana Zulum has revived new posers

Nigerian Armed Forces And The Limit Of Politics

By David Obaju The Armed Forces of any nation are the only omnipotent institution which has the onerously pathetic responsibility

Can Nigeria Truly Be Great Again?

BY CHIDOZIE OGBONNAYA From time immemorial, Nigeria has been touted as a country with unlimited potentials and sincerely when human

Wands Of Wisdom II

By Tope Aisoni The prequel or first part of this essay ended on the foundational attributes of wisdom, otherwise tagged

Boko Haram: Now That We Know The Terrorists

By Gabriel Agibi The metamorphosis and enlargement of Boko Haram terrorism into various interests is by no means surprising. The

Insecurity In Nigeria: Crucifying Service Chiefs, Not An Option

By Philip Agbese Around the world, many people find it unacceptable the decisions political leaders take at their convenience. So,

Winning The War Against Bandits And Buratai /Community Formulae

By Ibrahim Gwandu To make good the order of President Muhammadu Buhari to Security Chiefs to redouble their efforts to

Tackling Banditry And Lessons From North-East

By Enemali Ajibili The wave of renewed rural armed banditry, cattle rustling and inter-connected crimes, which is the bane of

Boko Haram And The 356 Fat Lies Against The Nigerian Army

By Idoko Ainoko I have a challenge, one that is borne out of the desire to see that Nigeria experiences

Sadiya Farouq: The Melting Point For Principle And Humanity

By Philip Agbese Before now, I found the ancient English aphorism, “what a man can do, a woman can do

Now That Borrowing Has Become Nigeria’s Best Option

BY CHIDOZIE OGBONNAYA Ever before the coming of the Coronavirus pandemic, almost every Nigerian frets over the rising debt burden

Nigeria’s Service Chiefs And A Nation Devoid Of History

By Isaac Ikpa  It astounds infinitely to listen to even learned and experienced Nigerians insistently argue that the solution to

Gen Buratai And His Vision Of Human Rights Friendly Army

By Philip Agbese The Nigerian Army has traversed the historical path very gloriously. I have always known it as famous

Nigerian Army@157, Role Of Corporate Social Responsibility In Fight Against Insurgency

By Tunde Johnson The Nigerian Army has come a long way. From the West Africa Frontier Force, WAFF, where it evolved

Gen Buratai’s Homemade Innovations And The Nigerian Army Of Our Dreams

By Michele Aluor The history of the Nigerian Army is replete with stories that should make every Nigerian proud. In

Repositioning An Army For Counter-Terrorism: Buratai’s Winning Cards

By David Onmeje There is no scintilla of doubt that the Nigerian Army (NA) has been extra-ordinarily repositioned on all