Tambuwal: Leader, Mentor, Visionary Clocks 52: By Imam Imam

  Six years ago, five young Nigerians graduated from Usmanu Danfodio University with a bachelor’s degree in Law and were on the verge of missing admission into the Nigerian Law School due to lack of finances. Over dinner, it was mentioned to the then Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hon…

Ganduje under Buhari’s shadow for 2019 reelection

By Adamu Abuh, Kano The recent 2-day visit to Kano State by President Muhammadu Buhari has opened fresh insights into what may occur on the state’s political terrain regarding preparations, conduct and outcome of the 2019 governorship. Eyes are already on incumbent governor, Abdullahi…

Mr. President Welcome To Kano, Your Political Stronghold: By Salihu Tanko Yakasai

By Salihu Tanko Yakasai The long-awaited official visit of the President and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to his most solid political base in the whole country, i.e. Kano State will become a reality anytime from now. It is expected that…

Numan May Be Different By Dr. Aliyu U. Tilde 

Just two days before the Numan massacre, cattle rustlers attacked a village in Zamfara killing over 25 people and injuring many. I have not heard…

A Masterpiece on The Murder of A Young Guy By His Wife Out of Anger: By Dr. Binta Kasim Mohammed

By Dr. Binta Kasim Mohammed The internet has been agog over the past few days with jokes, articles and sermons over the murder of Bilyaminu. Men are scared silly aver potential spouses. Women have activated their apology mode bringing other women down just because of a single woman's action.  In…

‘Beware, anyone defending the actions of that husband killer is capable of doing the same’ Bello Shagari 

Mohammed Bello Shagari, the grandson of former President Shehu Shagari,  has weighed in on the death of Bilyamin Muhammed Bello, in the hands of his wife, Maryam Sanda. What he wrote…

Why Education Can Not Wait By: Nasir Ahmad El-Rufai

As undergraduate students of Quantity Surveying at Ahmadu Bello University in the mid-1970s, one of our greatest sources of pride was not just the fact that ABU was the largest in Sub-Saharan Africa, but the only university in the whole world that offered honours degrees in QS. Our closest competitors…

Gunduje Targets 28 More Nursing Students

  After withdrawing 37 of the students sponsored by the Kwankwaso administration to study Nursing in Egypt, Ganduje now targets another set of 28 students. Below is the email I received from one student leader. (I deliberately withheld his name) From the letter, another 28 students are likely to…