Not Buhari’s rodents

  By Sunday Oyinloye I belong to a  WhatsApp  group where many of the members are die-hard supporters of Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari though only a few   are politicians. In fact, more than half of the members are public servants, just about two or three are politicians. And even those who are politicians on the […]Read More

A glorious day for Ambassador Abikoye in Ghana

By Sunday Oyinloye The good relations between Nigeria and Ghana got a further boost weekend with the presentation of Letters of Credence to President Nana Akufo-Addo by the new Nigerian High Commissioner to Ghana, Ambassador Olufemi Abikoye. The career Diplomat and his beautiful wife, Kikelomo accompanied by top officials of Nigeria  High Commission displayed high […]Read More

This week with Madam Peppadew

….. How are you doing ……   Maraboout – Medicanman – Fake Prophets – Juju and a Dutch …   Believe me , I have seen it … passed it and experienced it. (really that is very strange for a Dutch)   I was not brought up with any spiritual believe in anything. The Dutch […]Read More

‘I want my brand in every part of the world’

Joanna Gana Malgwi an indigene  of Adamawa State North East –Nigeria is a graduate of Linguistics English from University of Maiduguri. She is an entrepreneur, Shoe  designer, writer, freelance presenter /anchor, event planner, motivational speaker and an aspiring journalist. The visionary young lady shares her vision with Green Savannah Diplomatic Cable Excerpts : Why did […]Read More

Between President Buhari and political pigs

By Sunday Oyinloye I have been very careful not to write on the ill health of Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari for many reasons. One, because his condition was never his own making. Two,  the retired General is old enough to be my father. Apart from these two reasons, I chose not to write before now […]Read More

Nigeria must invest more on immunization – Moji Makanjuola

The Executive Director  of the International Society of Media in Public Health (ISMPH) Mrs. Moji Makanjuola MFR  is one of the most prominent journalists that Nigeria has ever produced. The former Head of Health Desk, Nigerian Television Authority popularized health reporting in Nigeria. Moji through her works has indirectly saved millions of lives in the […]Read More

Esther: A queen indeed (VII)

By   Ebere Nwankpa THE GALLOWS What a difference a day can make in the determination of destiny. When our four primary protagonists awoke on this appointed day, Haman was agog with influence and power and sought a license to kill. The lives of both Mordecai and Esther, was in the balance. And, although the king […]Read More

Sharing Birthday with a fool

By Sunday Oyinloye Sharing  birthday with a fool is not something anybody would wish. But then my birthday mate rose to become a General in the Nigerian Army. The man sometimes described as Maradona staged a coup and became a Head of State. He later promoted himself to a military President. As a military President, […]Read More

Not yet uhuru for Odinga

By Sunday Oyinloye The story  of Kenyan President, Uhuru Kenyatta and former Prime Minister, Raila Odinga is an interesting one, though the outcome of their encounters on the political field has not in any way been palatable for Odinga. Definitely, it cannot for a man who has tried his luck at the Presidency four times […]Read More

Mugabe: Mystery of a life President

  By Sunday Oyinloye Sometimes last month, Grace Mugabe, wife of the life President of Zimbabwe , Robert  Mugabe challenged her 93 year old husband to name his preferred successor to end divisions over the future leadership of ZANU-PF. The woman who has great influence on her husband repeated the call two days after. Mugabe […]Read More