Buhari is counting down the days till he leaves office because he’s tired of working so hard at his age. But we know one other reason that’s making him look forward to retirement.
The Afenifere has publicly endorsed two different candidates to become Nigeria’s next president in 2023. But what’s really the value of endorsements in Nigeria’s electoral system?
Nigerians just can’t catch a break — from dealing with news of possible terrorist attacks, to Meffy redesigning the naira, to the fuel scarcity and the ongoing flooding crisis. And what makes everything worse is Nigeria has a president who can’t be bothered to deal seriously with the issues. Buhari’s poor attitude has inspired the question […]
Are you cut out to be the next president of Nigeria? Take this quiz to find out.
In Oko-aba, Abule-Egba, Lagos, a budding journalist, Pelumi Onifade captured Abiodun Bolarinwa, a politician, shooting at a crowd after not being allowed to address them. However, since October 20, 2020, when the incidence occurred, Abiodun Bolarinwa has still not been sanctioned. Today, we will explain Nigeria’s firearms act, and why Abiodun Bolarinwa should not have […]
To impeach a president is to charge the president with a crime or misconduct. It is after being found guilty that the president can then be removed from office. An impeachment process is a very serious process. It amounts to reversing the decision of the people at the elections. This is why not less than […]
What does life look like for Gen Z Nigerians everywhere in the world? Every Friday, we ask five Gen Z Nigerian students one question in order to understand their outlook of life. Gen-Z students are considered the future of tomorrow, and although they say they really do not want to fix anything, I decided to ask them […]
First, we asked you to identify the capitals of all 54 African countries, and you guys killed it. Then, we asked you to identify those same countries by their flags alone, and you struggled a bit. Then, we gave you the toughest one yet: matching African countries to their currencies. Now, we are back with presidents of African countries […]
Since time immemorial, well 1999 actually — Nigeria has celebrated its escape from pasty colonialists and military berets with a grand Democracy Day celebration. This day is usually characterised with a much needed public holiday, parades and the inauguration of successful candidates in the year’s elections. May 29th, 2019 was no different, only it kind […]
…because in Nigeria, being President is retirement plan.
If this President thing doesn’t work out, Daddy Bubu appears to have a future with the #WorkingFromHomeGang
Power to the women!
So many hotties.
No one man should have all that swegg!
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