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By Femi Fani-Kayode On August 3rd 1857, in what can only be described as one of the most profound, moving, passionate and inspiring speeches in human history, Frederick Douglas, the former black slave and the great freedom fighter and philosopher said, inter alia, the following: “Let me give you a word...

  By Umar Kaila It is with great concern that I write to make this clarification in view of the ugly scenario created against our esteemed company...

By Femi Fani-Kayode A man called Nnamdi Kanu and his movement called the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) single-handedly brings the whole of the south-east...

Unlike what obtained in the House of Representatives, the South East Development Commission Bill passed second reading in the Senate without dissent. The...

For the first time in the history of Nigeria’s House of Representatives, a voice vote that was overwhelmingly in favour of a bill seeking to establish...

Being a speech entitled “50 Years After Biafra: Reflections and Hopes” presented at the Yar’dua Center, Abuja PROTOCOLS: 1. I am grateful...

At a function to mark 50 years after the failed secession of South East,  Acting President Yemi Osinbajo, said  the “greatest responsibility of Nigerian...

By Daniel Osofisan Last week, Fortune, a part of the TIME network released a list of 34 World Leaders who are changing health care globally, and surprise!...

by Tosin Osasona Hundreds of Nigerians are enduring daily torture on death row as they await execution for crimes ranging from kidnapping to blasphemy. According...

Victims of the Southern Kaduna massacre By Fani-Kayode The Sultan of Sokoto is the father of the Fulani people, the foremost traditional ruler in northern...