GEN YAHAYA: PLUMBING THE FOUNDATIONS WITH RSMs By Jibrin Baba Ndace

Discipline, maintaining standards, ethical conduct, professionalism, patriotism, regimentation, respecting the chain of command, dedication to duty, honour and country, remain some of the most cherished and enduring values of military institutions. Ensuring adherence to these timeless military tradition in units, companies, battalions,brigades, divisions and formations lies with one of the most important figures among the […]

Continue Reading

The Nation Associate Editor Longlisted For $100,000 Nigeria Prize For Literature

An Associate Editor with The Nation, Olukorede Yishau, and 10 other writers have been longlisted for this year’s $100,000 worth Nigeria Prize for Literature. In a statement, Eyono Fatayi-Williams, Nigeria NLNG’s General Manager, External Relations and Sustainable Development, said the Advisory Board for The Nigeria Prize for Literature announced that Yishau’s debut novel, In The […]

Continue Reading

SMALL ARMS, BIG CHALLENGES! Guns fueling the fire -Paul Collier By Jibrin Baba Ndace

One of the greatest challenges of the global community is keeping the world safe. International organizations, nation states, non-state actors are confronted with various challenges such as climate change, poverty, insecurity, crimes and criminality, wars, diseases – some epidemic, others pandemic. While the world is united against all the ills that have bedeviled humanity, efforts […]

Continue Reading

Are Terrorists Excluded From Fair Hearing Right Under Nigerian Law?

By Johnmary Jideobi   The emergence of insurgency and terrorism on the geographical landscape of the Nigerian Nation has yielded an avalanche of hitherto non-existent vocabulary in the country’s criminal and human rights law jurisprudence. While the mindless erosion of fundamental rights of citizens signposts the operation of insurgents and terrorists, the various approaches adopted […]

Continue Reading