National Assembly crisis, a major lesson for us – Agunbiade

Sanai Agubiade, Majority Leader of the Lagos State House of Assembly The Majority Leader of the Lagos State House of Assembly, Sanai Agunbiade, like most Nigerians, is not happy with the leadership crisis that has almost halted activities at the National Assembly. He speaks with EROMOSELE EBHOMELE and other journalists

APC leaders are poor students of history — Senator Roland Owei


Senator Rowland Owie is a former Chief Whip of the Senate and a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). In this interview, Owie speaks on the crisis in the National Assembly, faulting the leadership of the All Progressives Congress (APC) for picking principal officers for the lawmakers. He admonishes

Why Falcons, Flying Eagles Failed At World Cups


FIFA licensed agent Princely Nwanfor in this interview gives reasons the Super Falcons and the Flying Eagles crashed out of the FIFA Women’s World Cup and the U-20 World Cup respectively. Why do you think Nigerian footballers are not rated well in the transfer market?

Budget Will Never Keep Me From Expressing Myself” – Stanlee Ohikhuare, The ‘Conscience’ Film-maker and Surreal Artist


Stanlee Ohikhuare runs Mighty Jot Studios, which he established in 2005.  The multi-talented artist – visual artist, photographer, award-winning cinematographer and film director – discusses his career, during which he has shot Kpians – The Feast of Souls, Oblivious, Sting, Horn-free Day, Verdict, Tunnel, Common Man, Stupid Movie and the

I cannot rest when the world is being terrorised — Prof. Ibrahim Gambari


’The odds against Boko Haram amnesty’ Professor Ibrahim Gambari was Nigeria’s Minister of Foreign Affairs during General Muhammadu Buhari’s first coming as Head of State in 1984. He moved on to serve at the United Nations as Nigeria’s Permanent Representative and was the Chairman of the National Anti-Apartheid Committee for

‘It’s Too Early To Compare Me With Ikuforiji’


For the first time since 1999 when Mudashiru Obasa, the Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly, came into politics, he got to understand what true politicking is about in the last few weeks while aspiring for the position of the Speaker of the House. Just a week old

How I Invented The APP Rush —LASU Graduate


Edu Shola is a graduate of Political Science from the Lagos State University, LASU and an inventor. Recently, he invented an application which he says was developed through the process of downloading an application. In this interview with P.

Our 61-Year Sojourn In Lagos —Hopwood & Godwin


Gillian Hopwood and her husband, John Godwin, are British-Nigerians. John has been awarded OBE and OFR while Gillian has been honoured with MFR. The couple, both architects, came to Lagos in 1954 and have stayed in the city where they have been running their architectural practice.

I am not available to serve in Buhari’s govt now – Soludo


It has been difficult tracking Professor Charles Chukwuma Soludo (former Governor of the Central Bank) since his bombshells before the general elections, but finally we tracked him down in his private library at his residence in Abuja on Friday, 5th June, 2015. He seemed unwilling to say much, at least

Nemesis has caught up with PDP – Mbadinuju


Chinweoke Mbadinuju was elected governor of Anambra state in April 1999. A fall-out between Mbadinuju and his political godfather crippled the machinery of government in the state. He later fell out with another power broker in the state, Chris Uba.

‘There’s Nothing Wrong In Pastors Living Big’


Apostle Charles Jacob, founder, Believer’s Family Assembly, Lagos in a recent chat with journalists, bares his mind on the issues surrounding christendom and why pastors preach prosperity What is the correlation between holiness and prosperity in the ministry?