Questions Oshiomhole must answer

THE man died who keeps silence in the face of tyranny. This phrase, a very unique one is taken from the master piece: 'The Man Died' written by our Nobel laureate and literature guru, Professor Wole Soyinka.

Tinubu, ACN fingered in indefinite adjournment of Ikoyi LG appeal cases

APPARENTLY piqued by the fact that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Lagos State won their cases at the local council election tribunals, there are strong indications that the leader of the Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN), Senator Ahmed Tinubu may have warned judges presiding over the appeal cases raised by the party to tow his path or face dire consequences.

Between Jonathan and ebullient legislators

PRESIDENT Goodluck Jonathan is embroiled in an unending face-off with members of the National Assembly. The federal lawmakers had severally accused the President of treating their resolutions with levity. One of such is the one passed by the two chambers for the Director-General ofthe Securities and Exchange Commission, Ms. Arunma Oteh, to be relieved of her position.

With IMF policies, Nigeria may not make headway - Agoro

ALADURA Patriarch and former Presidential candidate of the National Action Council (NAC) in the 2007 polls, Dr. Olopade Agoro has given reasons wny the country is not making any headway in its economic development saying with the IMF, World Bank economic policies in place, things will continue to deteriorate in the country.

Okpaleke’s tales by moonlight on auction and concesion

As one of the sons of Imo State, Kelechi Okpaleke has the right to make inquiries on some of the policies of the government he is not comfortable with or some of the policies he feels are draconian to the people of Imo State.

'If Nigerians allow Jonathan, he can take us there'

Otunba Joseph Onasanya is the National Chairman of Advance Progressive Forum (APF) a political pressure group that has mandated itself to preach good governance across the country and encourage patriotic and visionary leadership to better the national economy.