By Hassan Gimba
The All Progressives Congress (APC) is losing the 2023 elections big time, says a friend who, for the sake of this piece, I will call Bogaru.
By Aminu Abdullahi Gambo Guyuk
This is the bitter reality that many may not like to hear but the truth is quite different from fiction, and it must be told the way it should be, for posterity purposes.
By Jude Eze
The perennial resentment at their systemic political exclusion in Nigeria, by Ndigbo, is gradually getting demystified. Prior to the recent party national primary elections, everyone had believed that this tribal alienation which Ndigbo has lamentated over the years was heightened by President Buhari's apparent insensitivity to Nigeria's delicate sociocultural and religious diversity.
By: Bola Bolawole
In December 2019, I attended a FICAN (Finance Correspondents Association of Nigeria) workshop sponsored by the NIDC (Nigeria Insurance Deposit Corporation) held at the American University of Nigeria , Yola, Adamawa State. The university is said to belong to ex-Vice President Atiku Abubakar, recently crowned the presidential flag bearer of the PDP in next year’s presidential election.
By Azu Ishiekwene
When I first read the news in People’s Gazette through a link forwarded to me by a friend, I prayed that it would not be true. My prayer was in spite of the evidence to the contrary provided in watermarked documents by the news platform.