Politics

Tinubu’s Presidency: Where is Senator Shettima?

The President should also endeavour to erase the impression of the Yorubanisation and Lagosation of his government. Some claim that once you can speak Yoruba, especially with Lagosian accents, you are sure of getting the right connection with this government.

Lawless Kids and Fears of Terrorism in Kano by YAShuaib

I can go on and on about how governments, community leaders and even different societies have failed to act decisively when the unbecoming attitudes of our kids, especially the youths, were gradually becoming a source of concern.

Nuhu Ribadu and NSAs Statutory Mandates

While President Ahmed Bola Tinubu has named Mallam Nuhu Ribadu, who undoubtedly has acquired the wealth of experience necessary to discharge this remit, as his Special Adviser on security, it remains to be seen if the chosen nomenclature would play any significant role in enabling or restricting his ability to carry out the designated obligations of his new office.

The person needed for President Tinubus NSA

Names are being dropped, mostly in security and media circles, on the person likely to become appointed as Nigerias next National Security Adviser (NSA) by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

Between Peter Obi of Nigeria and Nnamdi Kanu of Biafra – By YAShuaib

Obi is neither lousy nor garrulous, like some of the so-called Biafran freedom fighters and intellectuals, who engage in primitive, vicious, and violent crusades in the effort to draw attention to their need to secede the Southeast region from Nigeria, to form the Republic of Biafra.

Tinubu’s Presidency: Where is Senator Shettima?

The President should also endeavour to erase the impression of the Yorubanisation and Lagosation of his government. Some claim that once you can speak Yoruba, especially with Lagosian accents, you are sure of getting the right connection with this government.

Lawless Kids and Fears of Terrorism in Kano by YAShuaib

I can go on and on about how governments, community leaders and even different societies have failed to act decisively when the unbecoming attitudes of our kids, especially the youths, were gradually becoming a source of concern.

Nuhu Ribadu and NSAs Statutory Mandates

While President Ahmed Bola Tinubu has named Mallam Nuhu Ribadu, who undoubtedly has acquired the wealth of experience necessary to discharge this remit, as his Special Adviser on security, it remains to be seen if the chosen nomenclature would play any significant role in enabling or restricting his ability to carry out the designated obligations of his new office.

Tinubu’s Presidency: Where is Senator Shettima?

The President should also endeavour to erase the impression of the Yorubanisation and Lagosation of his government. Some claim that once you can speak Yoruba, especially with Lagosian accents, you are sure of getting the right connection with this government.

Lawless Kids and Fears of Terrorism in Kano by YAShuaib

I can go on and on about how governments, community leaders and even different societies have failed to act decisively when the unbecoming attitudes of our kids, especially the youths, were gradually becoming a source of concern.

Nuhu Ribadu and NSAs Statutory Mandates

While President Ahmed Bola Tinubu has named Mallam Nuhu Ribadu, who undoubtedly has acquired the wealth of experience necessary to discharge this remit, as his Special Adviser on security, it remains to be seen if the chosen nomenclature would play any significant role in enabling or restricting his ability to carry out the designated obligations of his new office.

The person needed for President Tinubus NSA

Names are being dropped, mostly in security and media circles, on the person likely to become appointed as Nigerias next National Security Adviser (NSA) by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

Between Peter Obi of Nigeria and Nnamdi Kanu of Biafra – By YAShuaib

Obi is neither lousy nor garrulous, like some of the so-called Biafran freedom fighters and intellectuals, who engage in primitive, vicious, and violent crusades in the effort to draw attention to their need to secede the Southeast region from Nigeria, to form the Republic of Biafra.

Blasphemy: Positions of Justice System and the Holy Quran by YAShuaib

I was shocked to the marrow when an Imam, during a Jumaat service in one of the mosques in Abuja, ordered his followers to engage in extra-judicial killing.

Economy

Lawless Kids and Fears of Terrorism in Kano by YAShuaib

I can go on and on about how governments, community leaders and even different societies have failed to act decisively when the unbecoming attitudes of our kids, especially the youths, were gradually becoming a source of concern.

Lawless Kids and Fears of Terrorism in Kano by YAShuaib

I can go on and on about how governments, community leaders and even different societies have failed to act decisively when the unbecoming attitudes of our kids, especially the youths, were gradually becoming a source of concern.

The Untold Stories of Nigeria’s Water Sector- YAShuaib

I didnt realise how much Nigerias water sector has been grossly under-reported until I attended a media briefing addressed by the Minister of Water Resources, Engineer Suleiman H. Adamu in Abuja recently.

Yusuf Alli @60: Unveiling an Investigative Journalist Par Excellence

In fact, as a journalist who covers anti-corruption agencies for more than two decades, Alli is reputed to have dossiers of lesser and most corrupt public officials at all levels.

IPPIS: Understanding the Position of ASUU and AGF Ahmed Idris- YAShuaib

No matter the eventual winner in this crisis between FG and ASUU, Nigerian youths, especially the students in public universities are the big losers, wasting eight-month at home, rather than being productively engaged in their citadels of learning

Press

Yusuf Bichi: Between the Spymaster and a Celebrity

It is fascinating how two individuals sharing the name Yusuf Bichi can lead vastly different lives one in the spotlight of luxury and the other a conservative dwelling in the shadows of covert operations.

Open Letter to ASUU: Have Pity on Poor Students

Open Letter to ASUU: Have Pity on Poor Students By Yushau A. Shuaib This missive is...

The Problems of Public and Private Universities in Nigeria

The major aim of establishing tertiary institutions is to build high-level manpower for national...

That Peaceful Protest At Baze University

It was supposed to be a visitation for enquiry on new courses when this writer bumped into peaceful protest by students of Baze University, an Abuja-based private institution over an increase in tuition fee. As the Director Academic Planning of the university, Mr. Mani Ibrahim...

Miss World: Between Mariette and Darego

I know many Nigerians would wonder who this Mariette I am trying to compare with Miss World is. Let's cut the suspense and state...

Profiles

Hajiya Rakiya: The Predicament of ICT Guru at CBN

Here is a woman who has contributed immensely by ensuring increased revenue, reduced costs, and improved security in various organisations she had worked for and could just be retired due to political exigency.

Tinubu’s Presidency: Where is Senator Shettima?

The President should also endeavour to erase the impression of the Yorubanisation and Lagosation of his government. Some claim that once you can speak Yoruba, especially with Lagosian accents, you are sure of getting the right connection with this government.

Justice Ahmad Belgore: That Compassionate Lawyer in Kano

Throughout the 30 days of Ramadan, as was his tradition, Justice Ahmad Olanrewaju Belgore provided plenty of food and gift items to the poor and the needy and various families and groups.

Ogalla: The Naval Chief in the Eyes of the Storm

Meanwhile, there is a feeler that the Chief of Naval Staff may be in the eyes of the storm over his alleged plan to appoint a new naval spokesperson in contravention of Nigerian law.

NIPR Presidency: Between Nkechi Ali-Balogun and Ike Neliaku by YAShuaib

I urge them to see the election as a contest among siblings and not war, as this will sustain and improve the relationship not only among them but also among all the members of the perception and reputation management profession.

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Hajiya Rakiya: The Predicament of ICT Guru at CBN

Here is a woman who has contributed immensely by ensuring increased revenue, reduced costs, and improved security in various organisations she had worked for and could just be retired due to political exigency.

Tinubu’s Presidency: Where is Senator Shettima?

The President should also endeavour to erase the impression of the Yorubanisation and Lagosation of his government. Some claim that once you can speak Yoruba, especially with Lagosian accents, you are sure of getting the right connection with this government.

Yusuf Bichi: Between the Spymaster and a Celebrity

It is fascinating how two individuals sharing the name Yusuf Bichi can lead vastly different lives one in the spotlight of luxury and the other a conservative dwelling in the shadows of covert operations.

Justice Ahmad Belgore: That Compassionate Lawyer in Kano

Throughout the 30 days of Ramadan, as was his tradition, Justice Ahmad Olanrewaju Belgore provided plenty of food and gift items to the poor and the needy and various families and groups.

Kuriga Kids: Where is Lagbaja of Kaduna by YAShuaib

Cant we get another Lagbaja of Kaduna to re-strategise and lead the troops from the front towards degradations of criminal activities while restoring the peoples confidence in the safety of the axis?

Ogalla: The Naval Chief in the Eyes of the Storm

Meanwhile, there is a feeler that the Chief of Naval Staff may be in the eyes of the storm over his alleged plan to appoint a new naval spokesperson in contravention of Nigerian law.

NIPR : Tackling PR Quackery

NIPR : Tackling PR Quackery

100 Days of Impactful PR in Customs Service

100 Days of Impactful PR in Customs Service

NIPR Presidency: Between Nkechi Ali-Balogun and Ike Neliaku by YAShuaib

I urge them to see the election as a contest among siblings and not war, as this will sustain and improve the relationship not only among them but also among all the members of the perception and reputation management profession.

Niger Coup: On Russian Mercenaries, NATO Forces and Looming Proxy Wars in ECOWAS

The military juntas were mostly trained by the U.S. In fact, Goita and Doumbouya attended a 2019 US military training exercise in Burkina Faso. Surprisingly after taking over, they also drove away French troops and allegedly invited Russian mercenary forces in as their replacement.

Pate: Two Professors of Global Excellence

I am aware of two professors who bear Pate as a surname. They are both solid intellectuals and leaders in their respective fields, who have reached the heights of their careers and attained global recognition.

On General Irabor, Service Chiefs and Psychological Operations

To a reasonable extent, the immediate service chiefs could be considered as the most cooperative so far, making them accomplish highly significant national security tasks through inter-agency collaborations and synergy in combat operations and strategic communication.

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