Author: Dakuku Peterside

There has been no remarkable uproar on the public-school collapse in Nigeria, affecting primary, secondary, and university education. Our leaders do not view it as a…

There is no disputation that Naira abuse or more specifically the act of spraying money at social events has become an acceptable norm or cultural practice…

The debate over which system of government is most appro­priate for a multi-ethnic and geographically diverse Ni­geria has suddenly resurfaced. This time, it is pushing the…

There is unarguably a progressive value erosion in our country. This is happening increasingly, and there is no hope of it abating soon. This cankerworm is…

Clean-shaven, suave, upwardly mobile, and incurably optimistic, Herbert Onyewumbu Wigwe (HOW) was one of the most recognisable figures in the banking space and corporate Nigeria. His…

Most Nigerians are tense and not at ease. The reasons are plausible. The scourge of hunger, spiralling inflation, insecurity, and a sense that the country is…