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January 2016

  • Reflections On The New Year 2016: Find The Light and Your Steps Will be Steady Towards An Assured Future.
    January 01, 2016
    Every New Year people reflect on what the New Year portends.  The future has always been a mystery that human beings have expended a lot of energy, resources trying to figure it out.  Some read the stars; some read tea leaves, other consult astrologers, spiritualists and have penetrated the veil between the real, material world and the spiritual or the unseen world, where the future, the present and the past all blend into an endless flow.  If there is any resolution to be made this year, my recommendation is don’t take predictions too seriously, don’t let your life be governed by predictions. If predictions come true, you have fallen into a self-fulfilling prophesy, and you cannot prove otherwise. Of course there are some with a keen foresight and wisdom, who can look at the current trajectory of a person and make predictions.  Those predictions however, need not be treated as inevitable, but as advice whether to keep the current course or change directions. NigerianNews Editorial

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    January 2015

    • Nigeria in 2015: Is There A Way Out of The Wilderness?
      January 01, 2015
      There is the history of the Jews on their way to the Promised Land, which they were told  was flowing with Milk and Honey. The generation that left Egypt was caught up in the wilderness and never made it to the Promised Land. Why? They cannot claim that they had bad leadership, in fact they has a good, inspired leader in Moses, a courageous leader, who faced down Pharaoh the ruler of the greatest  Empire the world has ever known.  Moses their leader was chosen by God Himself but the people decided to go their own  way. Moses could not have been accused of bad leadership, of corruption or favoritism.  In fact when he faced accusations, God Himself vindicated him.  Recently our former President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo agreed with Pastor Adeboye, the Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God that Nigerian  needs God intervention The remaining content of his remarks were not reported.  NigerianNews Editorial

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  • April 2014

    April 25, 2014
    'AGITATION by the people of the South-East for creation of an additional state in the area to put them at par with other zones of the federation received huge support  when, Thursday, the demand received the unanimous backing from members of the National Conference Committee on Political Reforms and Forms of Government' so says the header glee by the Guardian! It is the NigerianNews opinion on this seeming show of magnanimity that the committee actually missed the point and in fact it actually compounded the problem! If the Zone is the federating unit, a case that this Confab should actually discuss thoroughly, S'East is in fact owed 2 States, while S'West, S'South, N'Central and the N'East are owed one additional State each to keep up or be at par with the N'West, a member of the Zonal federating unit! NigerianNews Editorial

    January 01, 2014
    We wish all our Nigerian compatriots a Happy 2014! Many ups and downs will straddle our beloved Nigeria this New Year more than it was in 2013. We need to renegotiate the basis for our coexistence through the National Conference in 2014 if we must prove those who think Nigeria will collapse in 2015 wrong. We again must not continue to put our problems under the rug in order to appease the sacred cow in our midst, if this Federal Republic must endure. NigerianNews Editorial

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October 2013

    October 21, 2013
    We all share Fmr. Gov. Bola Ahmed Tinubu's scepticism, but a lot of us are students of history! So, for us, the best place to express this scepticism is at the Conference of unique ethnic nationalities. As students of history, in 1964, UPGA decided to boycott the federal election. The boycott was almost total in the East, UPGA boycotted the election in the West, but the Akintola's NNDP, an alliance in NNA went to the poll. NigerianNews Editorial

July 2013

  • Obama and his slap on Nigeria's face
    July 01, 2013
    It is becoming like an affront to Obama's friends both in Nigeria and the US, especially Nigerian-Americans. There has to be more to Obama's speech everywhere so far in Africa without mentioning Nigeria NigerianNews Editorial



January 2013

  • Dialogue with Boko Haram? Not So Fast!
    January 31, 2013
    Why are these spurious demands for dialogue being made now by people who should know better? The Boko Haram is being routed from their covert base in Mali, their world is on the verge of collapse. What is it to dialogue at this point? That Boko Haram's atrocities never happened? That those people cowardly murdered are not worthwhile member of their communities? That the president should negotiate with them to become a Muslim? NigerianNews Editorial

    January 01, 2013
    We wish all our Nigerian compatriots a HAPPY 2013! Many ups and downs will straddle our beloved Nigeria this New Year 2013 that we must not continue to put under the table in order to appease the angry gods any longer, if our republic must endure. NigerianNews Editorial

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May 2012

  • Let this president prove he is not a push over teleguided by people waiting for him to fall!
    June 01, 2012
    Asiwaju Tinubu and the ACN are correct in their position, but we seem not to be dealing with a rational President. If he is rational, he would have known that he loses all his South West goodwill by this not well thought out change of name. NigerianNews Editorial

  • From The University of Lagos to Moshood Abiola University: An Unforced Error by an error-prone President!
    May 30, 2012
    The changing of the University of Lagos name to Moshood Abiola University seems to us an unforced error by a President who is willing to use all means to secure a second term, and he thinks the way to securing it is through the people of the South West! It seems to us that this president has no clue about the psyche of an average South Westerner, and we predict this latest act is also the reason why we think he has destroyed his chance for a second term in this zone. NigerianNews Editorial


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December 2011

  • Fuel Subsidy: In the defense of the 'real suffering masses'
    December 21, 2011
    We are premising this article on our believe that all parties to this subsidy debate are patriotic, and all mean well for the country. The president has never been known to fib to us before, and the people who want subsidy to stay approximate the name of the suffering masses to pursue their claim to the impending post subsidy removal doom. Our recommendations under this condition is, if the president is too timid to take a bold step like Prime Minister David Cameron did in the UK when he took over, he should work on how this subsidy works for all real suffering masses. This should be the fair solution after the NLC and the TUC have won their battle:: NigerianNews Editorial

April 2011

  • The Unsportsmanlike Losers
    April 19, 2011
    On April 09th 2011, Nigerians fired the first warning shots. They fired it with the force of the ballot papers in the privacy of the polling booths. They sent a message and there was no mistaking it. They were going to be taken for a ride no more. NigerianNews Editorial

  • The Price of Liberty is Eternal Vigilance!
    April 16, 2011
    It is our opinion at NNEWS that the NASS election results of April 9, 2011 have created a reality that, unless the Almighty God acts on behalf of all parties other than PDP in today's Presidential election, the die is definitely cast and the PDP has reasons to  be happy about what will happen at the end of the INEC innovative election collation today! NigerianNews Editorial

  • Farewell the 3rd National Assembly (2007-2011) and enter the 4th National Assembly (2011-2015)
    April 02, 2011
    The National Assembly has a life span of four years, therefore the first National Assembly started its life in 1999, and ended its span of life in 2003, and a new one started in May 29, of 2003. At this time, May 29 was christened  'democracy day' Henceforth, a new National Assembly with a new set of legislative and Presidential players will take a new oath of office every May 29, of a New National Assembly year. Therefore, a journey to a new and 4th National Assembly begins today, April 2nd, 2011! NigerianNews Editorial


March 2011

  • Abati, AU, The West and the End game
    March 29, 2011
    Mr. Abati, sure you know about the Western ringer when they want a solution passed at the UN. That you are told that action will be limited to No-Fly zone and you voted for it, does not mean you cannot complain later when you think the understanding of what you voted for has changed. The Arab league was the first to feel deceived and was later 'muzzled' to go along. NigerianNews Editorial | Related Issue

  • This registration is another fraud of our time!
    We at the NigerianNews have endeavoured to stay out of  the political fray in this coming April election, and we hope pointing out an obvious lie cannot be ascribed to politics. These are what are known: NigerianNews Editorial

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August 2010

  • The North - South Zonal Asymmetry
    The Representative from Nnewi North/Nnewi South and Ekwusigo Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives, C.I.D Maduabum was quoted in the Tribune today that The South-East geo-political zone of the country has so far lost N200 billion for being one state short since 1999. NigerianNews Editorial

May 2010

  • Zoning and the incapacitation of a presidency
    It is clear that President Jonathan does not understand the import of his Special Assistant to the President Dr. Cairo Ojougboh declaration's at National Assembly that the President would run in 2011. NigerianNews Editorial


  • Short Note on PAC Threat
    It is sad enough that Jonathan made his first mistake by appointing this PAC which includes Danjuma, and sad still when Danjuma-led PAC gave the ultimatum above.   Nigerian News Editorial

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January 2009

  • Will 2009 be a Happy New Year for Nigeria?
    January 06, 2009 NigerianNews takes this opportunity to felicitate with everyone as the year 2009 rolls in. Indeed, our felicitation this New year bothers on the prophetic, so replace any reference to Jerusalem in the passage below with Nigeria OR Abuja. Please also understand that this editorial is not about religion. However, if you must take it as a religious editorial, also understand that religion is the way we live our lives. A good and honest human being is also a good Christian and a good Muslim all at the same time! NigerianNews Editorial

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January 2008

  • Amaechi vs. Omehia: And the Reasoning please?
    January 24, 2008 Anyone who read our article on the Amaechi vs. Omehia titled The Supreme Court: Supreme in all things but Remedy! will in no doubt notice that our bone of contention with the Supreme Court was never about the conclusion they reached. Our problem has always been the remedy they fashioned to compensate the winning side in this case, Amaechi. NigerianNews Editorial


  • January 01, 2008
    NigerianNews takes this opportunity to felicitate with everyone as the year 2008 rolls in. Indeed, Nigeria is a country which God has bestowed with enough resilience to weather any storm. 2007 was such a turbulent year which some would have either wished it never existed or certain events never occurred. All the same, all our experience is sNNDPosed to strengthen us with sufficient energy so that we can witness the fulfillment of things yet to be revealed to us as a Nation by the Almighty God. NigerianNews Editorial

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December 2007

  • Removal of Ribadu: The Triumph of Aondoakaa and his Ruse of Law
    December 31, 2007
    While the plot was being hatched, those who now cry foul on the removal of Nuhu Ribadu were busy celebrating the demise of the previous government. While the celebration went on, the evil geniuses in our midst were busy perfecting their next move of their escape from Alcatraz! NigerianNews Editorial

October 2007

  • The Supreme Court: Supreme in all things but Remedy!
    October 29, 2007
    We must first congratulate this Supreme Court for they have done it again! We congratulate you for your consistent inconsistencies. We congratulate you for consistently turning the face of logic upside down to the applause of those who should know better. If your inconsistencies are not embarrassing, we would  have also congratulated you on your undemocratic imposition of Rotimi Amaechi who was never voted for by the people of Rivers State. This is a first in the annals of representative democracy!! NigerianNews Editorial

September  2007

  • In this theatre of the absurd, Aondoakaa stands out.
    September 20, 2007
    While the theatre of the absurd has begun to witness a resurgence in the newly inaugurated presidency of Musa Yar'Adua, it is amazing that the prominent actors are those who secretly sought the head of this president while he was still the PDP presidential candidate. That was then. This is now. And the self-promoters, the uncouth and the moles planted by the crooked have surreptitiously and stealthily taken over! NigerianNews Editorial

July  2007

  • Okonjo-Iweala, Adeniji: Tendering justice with mercy.
    July 24, 2007
    That Chief Gani Fawehinmi pursues justice with fervor is by now no news to anyone who loves justice tendered with mercy. It is this fervor that brought him to repudiate and prosecute the apparent reinforcement of that part of George Orwell's Animal Farm that redefined its original proclamation of equality among animals.. NigerianNews Editorial

June  2007

  • This Lai Mohammed and his vilification of Chief Gani Fawehinmi
    June 25, 2007
    If we understand Chief Gani Fawehinmi and his thoughts on Peter Obi's Supreme Court judgment correctly, it can be said the Chief was only worried about jurisdiction and its attendant consequential remedy stemming from this judgment. We were rooting for Gov. Peter Obi here at the NigerianNews at the beginning, middle and the end of this saga, but as patriots, NigerianNews was also worried about the remedy for this serious injustice against an innocent man. NigerianNews Editorial | Chief Fawehinmi Press Statement | Related Issue 1 | Related Issue 2

  • The Terms of the Nigerian Political Offices are scalar and not vector quantities!
    June 15, 2007
    The Supreme Court by granting Governor Obi of Anambra an extension is expressly stating that the terms of the Nigerian political offices cannot be considered a vector quantity as the value of the office longevity can only be characterized in a scalar term. For those who may want to know, all vector or tensor quantities will retain their values in any assigned frame of reference (either in a covariant or contravariant tensoral transformation). A tensor or vector quantity must have magnitude and direction, because of this, if for example the position of a governor is given a vectoral value of four years, this value will remain same if evaluated in an interstellar space. Of course, like velocity, a vector may be considered not to be an objective vector. NigerianNews Editorial

May  2007

  • NBA call for court boycott, hypocrisy and the equal opportunity riggers
    May 14, 2007
    We highly respect Chief Gani Fawehinmi at the NigerianNews, however, if the lawyers and the Judges were to go on strike on cases that they may have to handle by taking position a priori, what is the point filing election petition either way? Is it not better that other organization but not the officers of the law be the organizers of strike? What happens to the word "sub judice" especially when the officers of the law are the ones violating the principle? NigerianNews Editorial

April  2007

  • The slow but certain destruction of the Nigerian Bar Association
    April 04, 2007
    It is with sadness we embark on this article. When Mr. Agbakoba asked INEC not to appeal whatever judgment came out of the Federal High Court ruling yesterday, predictably, we knew he was up to his strings of mischief. However, little did he know that a more superior court will be barring his friend Atiku from this election! NigerianNews Editorial

January,  2007

  • This amazing 2006 Census!
    January 11, 2007
    We have always told whoever has ears to hear that our Northern compatriots are always all ears! While we gang together helping them to uphold what we think is the right thing to do on the "Third term" and the Obasanjo/Atiku imbroglio, our Northern compatriots are busy addressing the possible repercussion of the 2006 census! Why not, the tactics has worked since Lugard's amalgamation of Southern and Northern Nigeria; it worked during the much to do about nothing "Third Term" The North knew during the so-called "Third term" there was no way in hell this "Third term" would pass, of course, they are better thinkers, so they crave the diversion. NigerianNews Editorial | Related Issue

  • Happy New Year and Welcome 2007, a year of decisions!
    January 01, 2007
    Again, what a year! Year 2006 was marked with mixed occurrences in our dear country. To some again, it was a totally bad year of presidential rapacity and/or vice presidential obfuscation and lack of honour, and to others it was a mixed bag of both!! We ask again; What is in a year after all if not for the apparent relativity of its contents?
    . NigerianNews Editorial

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December, 2006

  • May the unbiazed judge interpret 142(1) and 146(3)(c) of the 1999 constitution?
    December 24, 2006
    A VP is a product of party selection in a convention where the presidential candidate is ELECTED and not SELECTED. In other words, Yar'Adua and Buhari were ELECTED recently by their various party conventions, and then Yar'Adua SELECTED Goodluck Jonathan, while Buhari SELECTED Ume Ezeoke. Is this a paradox? We don't think so! NigerianNews Editorial | Related Issue

October, 2006

  • Where is the Emergency?
    October 25, 2006
    The toothless bulldog, otherwise known as the National Assembly or the impeachable offence enumerator, now has an opportunity to face the job of the nation with malice to No one! When the State of Emergency in Ekiti comes for debate tomorrow, the question to ask the sender is; where is this emergency? Does an elected democrat sack another elected democrat unless on a serious ground? We are afraid our brothers and sisters in the National Assembly will either pass the bucks at the end of this important debate by assigning the blame on someone else or just consign the Ekiti anomaly as one of those impeachable offences which at the last count would be numbered 129 ( or is it 130?)
    NigerianNews Editorial

  • The Exit of Agag the Amalekite
    October 17, 2006
    Did we not hear in the recent days the arrogance of our modern day Agag - King Fayose who boasted No one can impeach me, because God installed me? Has he not now learnt a lesson that you must obey God first, then He can be your God? So long King Agag!! NigerianNews Editorial

September, 2006

  • Egunje and Nigerian Journalism - a Reply to Peter Taylor's conjecture (Click here for Mr Taylor's letter)
    September 15, 2006
    To test your egunje theory, it would be nice if EFCC would direct its searchlight on us as well as all the Nigerian media, because you are right, there are some egunje passing hands right now, but you can be sure we are not part of it. NigerianNews Editorial

  • Obasanjo vs Atiku: Is Chivalry Dead?
    September 13, 2006
    It may be necessary to explain that we refer here strictly to the 13th century medieval chivalry code of conduct as applicable to Nigeria today. However, before the gullible distorts our non-partisan intention, the chivalry code of conduct we think should be imbibed by Nigerians Knights, Priest, Mullahs and commoners is provided for all just by clicking here for a copy. NigerianNews Editorial

  • The Moral Equivalence Please?
    September 11, 2006
    We are about to commence a new conflagration to deflagration phenomenon again in Abuja, a city where people fail to learn any lesson, and where only few of the highly placed residents take the business of governance seriously. NigerianNews Editorial

June 2006

  • Bakassi and raw justice
    June 17, 2006
    VERY SAD! America or any worthwhile government will definitely not allow her people to be parceled off under a new sovereign arrangement because some judges in the Hague decreed it. When United States's interest was threatened during the time of Reagan, Reagan took a temporary exit from the body to protect the interest of America. NigerianNews Editorial

April 2006

  • A Hansard and Two Spins
    April 21, 2006
    On the focus section of the NigerianNews yesterday, we settled down to publishing the ThisDay version of the House of Lord's deliberation on the Third Term. In doing this we weighed the spin contents of both ThisDay and The Guardian, and found The Guardian too far out in spin missing the most salient points. Judge for yourself! NigerianNews Focus

  • The Booming Business of Third Term.
    April 18, 2006
    A third term follows two completed terms, and the third term is also a subset of many more possible terms.  So, by this simple reasoning, it is unfortunate those who advocate this Third Term stops at "Third", for, we at the NigerianNews believe in "many terms" where "many" is greater than "third". NigerianNews Editorial

March 2006

  • The hands were stained to everyone's horror before asylum.
    March 29, 2006
    The headlines all over the Newspapers and online news yesterday focused on how some more powerful States may be mad at Nigeria, and Obasanjo in particular on the Taylor saga. Some of the comments bother on speculative journalism tracing Taylor disappearance to Zimbabwe, and even Venezuela, with the Nigerian government connivance. NigerianNews Editorial

January 2006

  • Democracy on trial
    January 23, 2006
    Nigeria is a country blessed with a lot of educated people and she is also a country of chameleon-like practitioners of democracy.
    NigerianNews Editorial

  • Happy New Year and Welcome 2006, a year of new opportunity!
    January 01, 2006.
    What a year! Year 2005 was marked with mixed occurrences in our dear country. To some, it was a totally bad year, and to others it was a mixed bag of both fortunes and misfortunes. What is in a year after all if not for the assumed relativity of it. NigerianNews Editorial

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December 2005

  • The Charlatans and the Third term
    December 26, 2005
    We surely like this young man called Ribadu at the NigerianNews. Unfortunately, there are many agents of the beast who do not like him. NigerianNews Editorial

November 2005

  • Alamieyeseigha made a mockery of British security and defense perimeter!
    November 22, 2005
    If the exploit of Alamieyeseigha, his escape of the dragnet drawn by the Metropolitan police in London had been enacted in Nigeria on the Nigerian Police dragnet, we would have heard so much from the Western press of the corrupt Nigerian way of life! NigerianNews Editorial

  • Shame on this Mr Adeleke Ojo
    November 08, 2005
    The Chairman of Ikeja NBA needs to examine his own conscience in view of what we all know about the case of Chief Diepreye Alamieyeseigha. NigerianNews Outrage

September 2005

  • We like this former Senator !
    September 22, 2005
    We at the NigerianNews are not the type to hide our feelings for certain Nigerians of which Senator Okunronmu is one. This Senator does not take position based on the personality involved, he stakes the positions some of which are sometimes detrimental to his own well being. This is a trademark of an intellectual, and this is the way we would want all Nigerians to be. NigerianNews Editorial

  • An Editor's Burden and Dilemma -  An additional feedback
    by Madaki O. Ameh
    September 27, 2005
    Thanks for the publication of my feedback.  The discussion is really quite interesting, and in your reaction, you raised additional issues, which I would like to briefly address NigerianNews Editorial feedback

  • An Editor's Burden and Dilemma -  A feedback
    by Madaki O. Ameh
    September 19, 2005
    This is the feedback to our editorial of September 14, 2005. Our disagreements with you Mr. Ameh are clear and have to do with the methods used in making observations, and can be likened to two observers in the application of Einstein's Theory of Special Relativity. Enjoy this piece and give us some further feedback!  NigerianNews Editorial feedback

  • An Editor's Burden and Dilemma
    September 14, 2005
    "It is no secret that you are always out protecting Mr Obasanjo on any issue concerning bad governance. As a resident of US well versed with what amount to corruption and bad governance do you think in the clime you are The President would have lasted 6 years in office? Judge it yourself and remain the comfort of US!" NigerianNews Editorial

  • An open season of trivialization
    September 12, 2005
    The Guardian story of September 11, 2005 on Muyiwa was first reported by Daily Sun in a very timid way on September 09, 2005. We say timid because the most important caption was left for the inside story and an obscure caption for the cover page. So, we decided to use the Sun's inside caption of:  It’s Stella’s son who bought New York house, not me in the first article of our TOP NEWS of that day. NigerianNews Editorial

  • The President and the Spare
    September 10, 2005
    From what we know of Atiku, some swear by God that he is a nice man, and we agree. However, this is not about a nice versus bad man but about the stability of our institution and country. A good Vice President makes the job of his boss easier by constant sNNDPort of the policy for which they have been elected. When sNNDPort becomes impossible, and in the interest of the nation, a "nice" Vice President resigns, freeing himself from the "immorality" of his boss. This "nice" Vice President has not done that. NigerianNews Editorial

  • This Greek Gift
    September 03, 2005
    In our comments of May 12, 2005, we described the cat that was let out of its cubical enclosure, explaining what Obasanjo unleashed as an unguided missile which can consume all. At that time, we thought some members of the National Assembly and some prominent party stalwarts, by reckless comment might unwittingly prevent us from witnessing the barrage of exposure of wrong doings that is in the offing. Now, our foreboding thought is here realized! NigerianNews Editorial

August 2005

  • No kidding!
    August 27, 2005
    Good news if the above report about mad people participating in the census is true. This time, the stigma of having the most mad people in a town, State or Zone will make this count of the mad people an oasis in the desert of census deception and inflation. NigerianNews Editorial

  • An amazing citizen and surveyor of the Republic of Benin!
    August 15, 2005
    It is amazing to know that the Director General of National Boundary Commission (NBC), Alhaji Dairu Bobbo has a power to singularly draw a peace treaty based on his boundary survey without the input of the two Heads of State involved. NigerianNews Editorial

  • Conscience and moral Absolutism versus Minimalism
    August 13, 2005
    Predictably, knowing us at the NigerianNews, we are emphatically moral and conscience absolutists. If you are not sure of what side to take in the case of Ngige versus Obi, search through your conscience. NigerianNews Editorial

  • Of Resource Control and Hypocrisy
    August 09, 2005
    In a desire to build a strong nation, the idea of government taking over a family land when there is a resource discovery on that land smacks of injustice to the land owner and a bonanza of "reaping where you do not sow" by those who insist on sharing the wealth. NigerianNews Editorial

July 2005

  • Illegal Structures
    July 22, 2005
    By the time Britain and US  finish with Zimbabwe, they will have no credibility left in terms of the rule of law in London and Washington, and the way they want it Zimbabwe. Take a look at a quote from the article above from the BBC: NigerianNews Editorial

  • Deep Thought
    July 22, 2005
    The wading of Prof. Soyinka into the ongoing Zimbabwe saga requires a deep thought. Prof Soyinka has advocated in South Africa, that Mugabe should be sanctioned. NigerianNews Editorial

June 2005

  • Michael Jackson NOT GUILTY - a case with cultural divides or is it?
    June 14, 2005
    In about seventy days of trial, if the TV talking heads were to constitute the jury in the Michael Jackson saga, he would be heading towards the jail now. The good news for Michael Jackson was, Nancy Grace and  the other talking heads were not the jury. NigerianNews Editorial

May 2005

  • Back at this Show of Shame again!
    May 12, 2005
    The President exposed our dirty linen, so, we are going to impeach him! Isn't this a show of shame by these so-called honorable people? If Nigerians for other reasons allow this kind of rascality, it destroys the momentum of this new spirit of confronting the rogues in our society NigerianNews Editorial

April 2005

  • From Saint Peter to Benedict XVI
    April 24, 2005
    Earlier we had written about Gelasius I, who we called then the first and only African Pope. However, that story was as good as the story of the ancient world.
    NigerianNews Editorial

  • One Step Forward and another Two Steps Backward?
    April 07, 2005
    The President was quoted as querying Ribadu why Tafa Balogun was handcuffed! NigerianNews Editorial

  • Law of unintended consequences - Zimbabwe
    April 02, 2005
    The worst enemy of the West anywhere is the West itself. The first of the West's guilt is underestimation of the Third World which leads to total violation of Dale Carnegie rule of how to make friends and influence them.
    NigerianNews Editorial

  • Terri Shiavo is dead
    April 01, 2005
    "For better for worse, in sickness and in health, till death do us part" This is the way all Christians know it. A new chapter is written in Florida, Terri Schiavo died on Thursday at 9:05 AM EST.
    NigerianNews Editorial

March 2005

  • Readers watch out!
    March 31, 2005
    Readers please read both reports by BBC and Voice of America above. Please let us know how you feel about the methods of reporting by both government sponsored Online News. NigerianNews Editorial

  • Tragedy as we see it unfolds in Florida
    March 27, 2005
    Either we like to hear it or not, the whole World is one big Island. A moral turpitude in any part of this big island affects the whole Island. It is with this heavy heart that we write about the Terri Shiavo saga in Florida today, the Easter Sunday.
    NigerianNews Editorial

  • This is sad!
    March 24, 2005
    What points are you trying to make, honourable members of the house? This is really very sad! If you have done all those you listed as your accomplishments, should that stop anybody from exposing any corrupt member? NigerianNews Editorial

  • The sheep which finds dog as companion.
    March 23, 2005
    It has long been held that a sheep in company of a dog will make a feast fest of any fecal products. NigerianNews Editorial

  • Gowon: Don't Remove Ngige: Oh Really?
    March 17, 2005
    We believe the Ngige removal should be left NOT to Gowon or the PDP. NigerianNews Editorial

  • Ignore the blast, Fr Kukah
    March 02, 2005
    There is no doubt we are in full sNNDPort of the intention and potential of PRONACO conference over the pre-ordained outcome of the Abuja Dialogue. NigerianNews Editorial

  • ‘Why Enahoro Shunned OBJ’s Invitation’: A

    February 28, 2005
    We hope this is not a mistake by our elderly and talented Chief Enahoro. We feel the Chief and the people associated with PRONACO have so much to offer this conference and Nigeria. NigerianNews Editorial


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