Opinion articles

Some of the Odds Against Buhari

By Abba Adakole Going by the last birthday celebration of President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe, he was 90 years old, and the second oldest serving Head of State in the world, closely following President Shimon Peres of Israel. If serving Presidents can be as old as that, it would not be valid to say that

A Word for Prof. Yemi Osinbajo

By Femi Fani-Kayode I am glad that the APC eventually took my advice and saw the wisdom in not fielding a muslim/muslim ticket for the 2015 Presidential election even though I hear that, right up till the last minute, they almost did. I congratulate my friend and brother Professor Yemi Osinbajo on his nomination as

President Jonathan Transformation Agenda: The Milestone

One  of the elements of President Goodluck Jonathan’s New Year message to Nigerians was the expected reeling out of achievements recorded by his administration in the past years. Indeed, in keeping with his pet mantra tagged: “National Transformation Agenda,” the President mentioned the word “transformation” not less than four times in his speech.  This raises

Cornfield Transnational Ltd Blazes New Trail in Eco-System

By Emmanuel Ajibulu Presently, growth and acceptance in Information Technology initiatives are largely embraced virtually in every aspect of human endeavors. No serious minded organizations can escape its positive effects. More pointedly, information technology broadly encompasses the information that businesses create as well as a wide spectrum of linked technologies that process the information. In