The Flag of The Alternate Boko Haram

As the calendar turns, the Nigerian leadership would be wise to contemplate a nagging problem that beset the country in the old year and one that will continue to trouble the nation if not urgently and comprehensively addressed. The question –it's the most important conceivable question of the year 2017 –is:

Restructuring: Interrogating The Buzzword

‘Restructuring’ is the buzzword in Nigeria today. Every intensive discourse of Nigeria by Nigerians hits on it. And the issue is rarely contested like a tentative question: To restructure or not to restructure. The imperative of ‘restructuring’ is considered to be too apparent to be up for debate. Its exigency

Alamieyeseigha In The Casket

It’s impossible not to linger on the picture of the man in the casket. He was dressed in white. His face was familiar. He was the self-crowned ‘’Governor General of the Ijaw nation.’’ He was due for interment. To be sure, reality dictated the use of the past sense. The subject

The Change of Sycophant E.K Clark

Pa Edwin Clark, unarguably the most notorious 88 year old Nigerian alive, had a belated epiphany. And he shared it for what it was worth. He has only recently discovered that his fallen godson, former President Goodluck Jonathan, was the figurehead of a robust kleptocracy! Clark found his voice when a