OPINION/EDITORIAL

OPINION/EDITORIAL

Buhari’s Day of Reckoning

Liberty is rarely lost overnight. The wall of tyranny often begins with benign building blocks of safety — each one lying on top of a predecessor — eventually collectively constituting an impediment to the exercise of free choices by free people, often not even recognised until it is too late […]

OPINION/EDITORIAL

The Choice Before Nigeria…2

That both the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and the court can now hold political parties to account in the manner they nominate their candidates may not seem like progress to some people. But what happened to the All Peoples Congress (APC) in Rivers State is a significant blow to […]

OPINION/EDITORIAL

Access to Information and the Law

GUEST COLUMNIST: Femi Falana Under Section 22 of the 1999 Constitution the mass media is required to uphold the fundamental objectives of the State and hold the government accountable to the people. While the duty imposed on the media has been frustrated by the denial of access to information on […]