November 06, 2022

Cornflakes for Jihad: The Boko Haram Origin Story

Nigeria's organised Islamic terrorism problem did not start in 2009. It's a lot more insidious than you think.

The Nigeria system has normalised madness - Olatunde Ayinla

The recent departure by internationals from Abuja reminded me of Cornflakes for Jihad released in October 2021.

November 05, 2022

If you think you’re too big for politics, MC Oluomo will become your Governor - Dele Farotimi (video)

Dele Farotimi, a spokesperson of the Labour Party presidential campaign has called for more participation in politics.

Rishi Sunak becomes next UK prime Minister after Penny Mordaunt withdraws from race

Rishi Sunak will become the UK's next prime minister after Conservative leadership rival Penny Mordaunt dropped out of the race at the last minute.

Sad! Davido and Chioma's son, Ifeanyi have died.

This is the most difficult news.

July 14, 2022

Bola Ahmed Tinubu: From Drug Lord To Presidential Candidate -David Hundeyin

From Gary, Indiana to Abuja, Nigeria via a stopover in Chicago. Here is how the bagman for a 1990's Chicago drug ring has become a frontrunner for Nigeria's most powerful office. And then some.

June 28, 2022

No, we won’t wait for the Fulani to slaughter us! - Shola Oni

 

On 5 June 2022, Fulani Islamic jihadist terrorists attacked St Francis Roman Catholic Church in Owo, and killed over 80 innocent, unarmed worshippers, including children.

Delusions and fallacies of Yoruba exceptionalism - Shola Oni

We Yoruba believe that we are unique people of great intellect with which we could negotiate with anybody on anything, and successfully get ourselves out of any difficulties.

President Biden signs gun control bill into law in wake of deadly mass shootings

US President Joe Biden on Saturday, June 25, signed into law the most significant gun control bill in nearly 30 years less than 24 hours after it passed through Congress.

June 27, 2022

Ike Ekweremadu and wife arrested for allegedly bringing child to UK for organ harvesting

Ike Ekweremadu, former deputy senate president, and his wife, Beatrice, have been arrested and charged to court for bringing a child to the UK for alleged organ harvesting.
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