That showdown in Kaduna, by Dele Agekameh

In Kaduna State right now, over twenty thousand Nigerians are facing imminent job losses in.

INEC and election
Will Anambra poll hold, asks Leo Sobechi

As the countdown continues, one of the issues that have been trending in the state.

Why General Olanrewaju wants pardon, by Eric Teniola

Of all the people arrested and found guilty of General Oladipo Diya (N/671) coup plot.

How to stem corruption in Nigeria, by Olu Okurinboye

Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it, misdiagnosing it, and then misappropriating.

Jimoh Ibrahim
Mr. Jimoh Ibrahim does not own Newswatch, by Ray Ekpu

On Tuesday October 31, 2017, our attention was drawn to a story planted by Mr..

Muhammadu Buhari
2019 Presidency: Why Buhari should re-contest, by Paul Onomuakpokpo

It is only those who are unfamiliar with the politics of mutual backslapping in these.

Does Buhari plan to treat Abdulrasheed Maina’s case like Babachir Lawal, asks ‘Fisayo Soyombo

Abdulrasheed Maina cannot hide forever. Neither he nor the people who helped him circumvent justice.

PMB, Kanu and the tsetse fly on the scrotum!, by Dr Ik Muo

My last intervention (1967-2017: from police action to egwu eke) was on 30/9/17. I had.

In fond memory of Olu Onagoruwa, lawyer for political detainees, by Femi Falana (SAN)

Following the overthrow of the civilian administration in Nigeria in January 1966, the Constitution was.

Corporal punishment
Why corporal punishment should be discontinued, by Iyabo Lawal

There is a long history of violence against Nigerian schoolchildren. In 2016, in a private.