Following the growing trend of skin-bleaching in Nigeria, the editor tries to bring to the light some of the factors encouraging these practices and how the society plays a role in the miseducation of the people about colourism.
Like Sir Ahmadu Bello, who was a hero in political cum traditional leadership of his people, General Buratai replicates the same posture in his leadership of the Nigerian Army and the counter-insurgency operations.
But President Muhammdu Buhari gave them the hardest punch, by his appointment of Lieutenant General Buratai, as COAS, a rugged soldier and living encyclopedia of the guerrilla and asymmetric war strategies of insurgents.
The writer of this piece, Paul Wallace (Bloomberg), brings the two major presidential candidates in the forthcoming general elections in Nigeria side by side and highlights the duo's personalities or alleged personalities.
The writer, Buchi Obichie, expresses alarm over the recent occurrences of pant theft. She blames the get-rich-quick mentality, plus social media, for this unorthodox and deadly practice. She also blames the church.
Mr. Adewunmi Emoruwa, the lead strategist at Gatefield, a public strategy and media group, in this piece, warns that Nigeria's democracy is fading away especially with happenings in the country's polity in recent times.