Sometimes you want to just focus on the good, happy, cheery news, but the deluge of bad, depressing news just doesn't let you....

I recently wrote about Nigeria's power sector reforms. All of it of course started with a piece of legislation, the Power Sector Reform...

If the Lagos State Government is to be believed, very soon, a commuter will be able to travel from Okokomaiko, on the outskirts...

Last week I made an early morning trip from Calabar to Uyo. That journey should be made compulsory for anyone planning to spend...

I'm writing this from the Cultural Centre in Kuto, Abeokuta, Ogun State on the final day of the first edition of the Ake...

  Once again, the Jonathan administration evokes a political malady tinged with comedy when a jet owned...

In the first part of this article last week, I wrote about what I consider to be the two faces of Nigeria. On...

  After the Oritsejaforgate, I was struck with a profoundly true raw emotional moment. My recollection of...

1. Lugard's Legacy There's an ambitious plan for marking Nigeria's centenary, which the government insists will be private sector led and funded. What...

For the first time in Nigeria's history, the three largest state economies in the country are in the hands of the opposition –...