Before APC Converts President Buhari To A Thief…

The most consequential Nigerian political news of last week slipped under the radar.   Here is it: The executive of the ruling All Progressives Congress huddled together with President Muhammadu Buhari in the State House. They reported their party’s cash crunch and implored President Buhari to start funding the party!   A cartoon buff who encounters the

Celebrating Olisa Metuh’s Blood-Red Cap

Celebrating Olisa Metu’s Blood-Red Cap EMMANUEL UCHENNA UGWU On the day he was arraigned for his role in $ 2.1 billion naira arms supply fraud, Olisa Metuh, the National Publicity Secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party, made a curious fashion statement. Metuh dressed Igbo, crowned with a red Ogbuefi cap! Of course, nobody

20, 000 Reasons Why Goodluck Jonathan Is A War Criminal

    President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan is Africa’s most eligible war criminal. There are twenty thousand reasons why he merits the dubious honor. And those twenty thousand reasons represent the twenty thousand human deaths he caused as a sanguinary Commander-in-Chief.   The Nigerian media casts Jonathan’s National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki, as the linchpin

It’s Crime Against Humanity, Not #Dasukigate

The confessional of Sambo Dasuki and his gang has proved that their plunder of the monies earmarked for arming Nigerian troops against Boko Haram, the most deadly terror group in the world, caused the slaughter of 20,000 Nigerians. But the Nigerian media flinches from calling the crime by its earned

A Word for Olisa Metu, the Dasuki for President Campaigner

Certain propositions are so pathetically impossible that a person who undertakes to utter them audibly earns questions about their sanity. Olisa Metu’s suggestion that Sambo Dasuki, former National Security Adviser to President Goodluck Jonathan and the infamous mascot of the Peoples Democratic Party era of unprecedented plunder of the Nigerian treasury,

Mutiny for Scapegoats

Nigeria entered 2016 with many carryover­s. One of them is a veritable national b­lemish. The gratuitous incarceration of ­66 ’’mutinous’’ Nigerian soldiers. The soldiers were arrested and court-mar­tialed for allegedly weaseling out of th­eir deployment to the frontlines. They p­leaded that they were no wimps. The act ­hyperbolized as the