Senator Ken Nnamani

Nnamani, Exodus to APC and the Need to Domesticate PDP

Chief Ken Nnamani is one politician of Igbo extraction I hold in high esteem. My respect for him began shortly after his election as Senate President in the second tenure of President Olusegun Obasanjo. That was between 2005 and 2007. I had not met him in person, but our paths seem to have crossed in our serendipitous journey to uphold the truth and do the needful. Full article

Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump

American Election: Hillary Clinton on the Cusp of History

As Americans go to the polls this week, former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will keep a date with history as she emerges first woman president in America. The odds favour her. All the parameters and political permutations point to an election that is divisively on her side, especially as Americans still believe in the charm and magic of her husband. Full article

Aliko Dangote

The Scramble for Nigeria: Between Esau and Naboth

As a student in college, I read much of history. I read much about the scramble for Africa by the European powers. I read about how they partitioned Africa and divided the continent among themselves. They came bearing gifts and scattering “civilization” along the way.  They planted schools and tried their best to show the light in a hitherto dark continent. And what was the reason for the rush, for the scramble and for Africa’s eventual partitioning among the super powers? It is, in one word: money. Full article