In what should now be taken as a statement of final closure, Prof. Wole Soyinka told The Armada exclusively in his characteristic linguistic artistry, “My U.S green card is now inoperable full stop”.
The death has occurred of one of Nigeria’s legal luminaries, Deji Sasegbon, who passed on in the early hours of Saturday, December 10, 2016 at a Lagos hospital after a brief illness.
Keynote Address presented at the Rivers State Security Summit held at the main hall of the Ministry of Justice, State Secretariat Complex on Wed. April 20, 2016
By Prince Ifeanyi Onochie, NAS Cap'n
Yet another testing general election confronts Nigerians on 28 March and 11 April 2015. These elections, at which we Nigerians will select our elected leaders, represent a significant milestone in the continuing development of Nigeria's politics.
As the elections draw closer, the availability of electricity, behind the economy and corruption remains the three most engaging issues upon which Nigerians continue to seek leadership direction and end-product.
A cursory look at the education sector in our country would reveal that things are not going on smoothly there at all. With protests by universities students over increase in school fees, a nearly one-year old strike by polytechnics and colleges of technology lecturers, and teachers’ strikes in some states, we are simply breeding illiterates.