LEADERSHIP . Kogi House of Assembly impeaches Deputy Governor, Simon Achuba. . Senate urges Buhari to declare state of emergency on federal roads. . Senator Florence Ita-Giwa commend’s senate for revisiting anti-sexual […]
Breakfast News; (19 September- 04 October 2019)
LEADERSHIP. President Muhammadu Buhari meets with SA’s President Cyril Ramophosa.. Senate to invite attorney- general of the federation, others over $9.6bn P&ID case.. Atahiru Jega has asked Nigerians to vote out bad […]
Next 4 Years; what will the “Next Level” bring.
As I watched the inauguration ceremonies of my president and some other governors around the country, “what next” was the unwavering question in my mind. Seeing that it is of crucial […]
DBIZDOC; A Delivery Man on Legs
New Business alert: A Delivery Man on Legs _________ Have you thought of delivering parcels without owning a motorbike or car? You can become a delivery man or woman without a motorbike. It […]
Rapid economic growth is possible in Nigeria: Case Study of China’s wealth
Today, China’s riches is the kind of eye-watering wealth many in the West and developing nations cannot comprehend. But this was not the case a few years ago. Many of the wealthiest […]
Bad news fly like a soaring eagle for all to see, While good news perish to the ground without a witness. What have we become? We are quick to lash our brothers […]
2019 Elections; Total reform of our Electoral System
“INEC, you bring old people to count numbers for us as though we are students in a primary school class. Students who still have to watch their teachers repeatedly announce wrong figures […]
2019 Elections; Same Campaign Promises and The Issue of Continuity
Being the sixth quadrennial elections since the end of military rule in 1999, the 2019 general elections are slated to be held on the 16th of February. So far, political gladiators and […]
Mental Illness; A Determinant of an Ailing Economy.
Corruption, Corruption, Corruption, this is what resounds as the reason for the fundamental problems of where we are today. We tend to blame the dwindling strength of our economy on […]