Instigating a "Mental Revolution"

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Tony Blair to Jonathan: Provide security for Nigerians!

*Asks govt to give opportunities to the masses

The insecurity challenge facing the nation echoed in Lagos yesterday when former British Prime Minister Tony Blair told President Goodluck to provide security for Nigerians.


Nigeria: Amnesty for Boko Haram – Dancing With Ghosts, Ignoring the Dead

Bombing continues as citizens advocate for talks with Boko Haram

Last week, President Goodluck Jonathan took a step in the direction of weighing the offer of amnesty to members of the militant Islamist sect, Boko Haram. Mr. Jonathan set up a committee to examine the amnesty issue and advise him within two weeks. That move represented a significant shift in the Jonathan administration’s policy. Before now, Mr. Jonathan had argued that the sectarian militants were faceless (more…)

Why Buhari Can’t Be President Again

Alhaji Mohammed Abdulrahman is former vice president, Kaduna Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (KADCCIMA), ex-Economic, Political and Security Adviser to General Shehu Musa Yar’Adua; Adviser on Politics and Economy to the former SGF, Alhaji Aliyu Mohammed (Wazirin Jama’a); and member, National Executive Committee, Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF).

In this interview, he declared that President Goodluck Jonathan had failed the country. He also gave reasons General Muhammadu Buhari failed to win the 2007 and 2011 presidential elections. Excerpts:


Boko Haram is your baby, Buhari fires back at Jonathan

Former Head of State, General Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, slammed President Goodluck Jonathan, describing the virulent sect, Boko Haram, as a creation of the present administration.


President Jonathan and his new men

Loyalty is a critical ingredient in advancing the cause of any organisation and ensuring its sustainance and survival. That is why every organisation demands absolute loyalty from its members. In party politics, for instance, loyalty is of utmost important for the success of political organisation.