‘Preserving our joint humanity’ By Abdulrazaq O Hamzat

Some years ago, when Boko Haram insurgency was at its peak in North-East Nigeria, sacking villages, detonating bombs in markets, mosque and churches, killing children, women and elderly and forcefully conscripting innocent youths into its fold, many of our fellow citizens in the other parts of the country are feeling so unconcerned. The reason for their

OPINION: Buhari’s Unfair Dissing of Nigerian Youth By Farooq Kperogi

Buhari supervises a government that serially engages in secretive, illegal employment of the children and relatives of high-ranking political elites (including his) in well-oiled, high-paying government agencies while millions of brilliant, hardworking but underprivileged young people vegetate in agonizing misery, yet he goes to London and calls young Nigerians lazy,