Access Bank

Alpha Beta: Beyond The Media Sensationalism

Much as the sacked Managing Director of Alpha Beta Consulting LLP, Mr Dapo Apara, has been making efforts to shake off the dirt on...
#ENDSARSProtest

#ENDSARSProtest: Nigeria’s Collapsing Under Buhari Govt – Sola Adeyemo

Sola Adeyemo has said Nigeria is collapsing under President Buhari administration.   Media personality, Sola Adeyemo has said that it feels as though there's no government in...
Primate Ayodele

Opinion: Giant Strides Of Primate Ayodele’s Prophecies

Call him whatever you want to call him, as controversial as he is, the leader of INRI Evangelical spiritual church, Primate Elijah Ayodele has...
Sola Adeyemo

60th Anniversary: Not Yet Uhuru For Our ‘Diamond’ – By Sola Adeyemo

On October 1st every year, Nigerians gather in celebration of her independence. It was in 1960 the curtain of freedom was raised in the...
Happy Independence Day Nigeria Messages

60 Years On: Time For Fresh Start In Industrial Relations

SIR: Tomorrow, Thursday, October 1, Nigeria will celebrate its diamond anniversary. There is obviously a lot to be grateful for. However, it is also...
Nigeria At 60

Nigeria At 60: Change Begins With You

SIR: In Nigeria of today, there is no longer a fence to sit on. The fence is not a place for any bona fide...
Edo No Be Lagos

‘Edo No Be Lagos’ — The Mantra That Sank Ize-Iyamu

Godwin Obaseki has been declared the winner of the Edo state governorship election, but his victory did not come as a surprise to many...
Obaseki’s New Godfather

Enter Nyesom Wike — Obaseki’s New Godfather

Alliances can make and mar us. Jehoshaphat king of Judah (south of Israel) was a man who sought the face of God. He was...
Mali Transitional Government

Mali’s Experience Should Serve As A Lesson

Tens of thousands of Malians took to the streets of Mali’s capital, Bamoko, welcoming the US-trained Col. Assimi Goita, to show their satisfaction towards...
Biafra News Friday 25th September

Enugu Massacre: Forget IPOB, They Are Ndigbo

A famous Nigerian politician once said (in spirited defense of the Yoruba) that “before I became a Nigerian, I was Yoruba”. And another one...