The Nigerian Pharmacist Who Invented Alabukun Powder About 100 Years Ago [READ]

  ALABUKUN is an indigenous brand that has persisted for almost 100 years in the most unlikely sector of trade for the average Nigerian: pharmacy....

Dear I Go Dye, You Are Right, But We Can Fix Nigeria Together by...

Dear I Go Dye, I read your post on Instagram. It was hard to miss it because it was on every major news website. I...

The Great Unravelling: The Disintegration of the Nigerian State by Chris Ngwodo [READ]

By Chris Ngwodo Ever since the end of Nigeria’s three-year civil war in 1970—a costly conflict that consumed an estimated three million lives—the nightmare scenario...

Feyi Fawehinmi: Africa’s Richest Man Has A Built-in Advantage with Nigeria’s Government [READ]

By Feyi Fawehinmi To start to understand how Aliko Dangote, Africa’s richest man, came to have such influence over the Nigerian government, it is useful...

Nigeria’s Shashe Banking by Feyi Fawehinmi [OPEN]

By Feyi Fawehinmi It was recently reporting season for Nigerian banks and they trotted out, one after the other, to tell us how they had...

Libya: “No brother in the jungle” by Reuben Abati [READ]

By Reuben Abati Arab countries have a tradition of slavery dating back to centuries. This has persisted despite the existence of international conventions and legal...

Rise Networks Launches Political Leadership/Public Service Training for Elected Campus Student Leaders [READ]

The 2016 Nigerian Student Leaders Fellowship Program successfully ended after a week-long Boot Camp during which the 2016 TNSLFP Fellows were exposed to varying...

Atiku, Atikulation And Other Stories by Reuben Abati [READ]

By Reuben Abati “I hear say Atiku don port oh, from APC to God knows where…” “He used to be a Customs officer.  Going from one...

The Untold Story: Why You Might Need To Reconsider Your Stand On The Kaduna...

By Isah Abbas Ahmed Recently, Kaduna State Governor was quoted saying about 21,780 out of 33,000 Kaduna State teachers failed primary four test conducted by...

OPINION: Nigeria is Begging Companies to Fix its Roads But Will This Solve The...

By Adewunmi Emoruwa It appears Nigeria has finally devised a way of out of its infrastructure woes. Or not quite. The cabinet minister in charge...

TS COLUMNIST: Okorocha and the Quest for Accountability in Imo – Stanley Ibe [CLICK]

At a time the debate for restructuring Nigeria has gained some currency on account of perceived marginalization of sections of the country, the question...

Okorocha and Jacob Zuma’s statue by Reuben Abati [READ]

By Reuben Abati  What is it about South African President Jacob Zuma and statues? Two statues in one month- generating controversy from the streets of...

TS COLUMNIST: Reflections on Nigeria’s NGO Bill – Stanley Ibe [READ]

Nigeria is a fast-moving adventure. Too many things happen so quickly that keeping pace can be difficult sometimes. Therefore it takes more than a...

Nigeria’s Legal Aid Lawyers Make A Huge Breakthrough [READ]

It all started in 2005, when 16 newly qualified Nigerian lawyers started visiting detainees held in police stations as part of their compulsory national...

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