Tag: Wole

Our own Pandora, By Wole Olaoye

Repeat after me: I will not be anyone’s fool; not now, not tomorrow, not ever! The world inherited the word Pandora from the ancient...

Sowing the wind, reaping the whirlwind, By Wole Olaoye

Suddenly, the United States of America, the world’s number one self-appointed policeman, is the butt of vicious jibes. Some have likened the US misadventure...

Is there an Indonesian Ministry of Strangulation?, By Wole Olaoye

When it comes to the issue of human dignity, we ought not to be seen making compromises. The Nigerian government should insist that the...

Nigeria can’t remain together – Wole Soyinka

Nobel Laurette, Wole Soyinka on Saturday says Nigeria can’t remain together unless the government is decentralized.There has been several call for restructuring which...

Wole Soyinka condemns invasion of Sunday Igboho’s house by men of...

Wole Soyinka has asked the Federal Government of Nigeria to apologize to Sunday Igboho after officials of the Department of State Services invaded his...

Nigeria’s emerging elite consensus, By Wole Olaoye

“Peace does not mean an absence of conflicts”; says Dalai Lama XIV. “Differences will always be there. Peace means solving these differences through peaceful means; through dialogue,...

Democracy versus civilian government, By Wole Olaoye

The question on the lips of many Nigerians as the nation marks another Democracy Day is this: Is democracy defined only by the fact...

Dangote doesn’t need this kite!, By Wole Olaoye

There are many things to admire in Aliko Dangote and his group of companies. It will be sad if all the hard work put...

Africa’s optimist-in-chief, By Wole Olaoye

“Do not judge a runner by the challenges he or she faces, or the strains on their legs as they run, or even the...

TB Joshua should’ve been prosecuted for church collapse – Wole Soyinka

Prof. Wole Soyinka, said the founder of the Synagogue, Church of All Nations, Temitope Joshua better known as TB Joshua, ought to have been...

Fix Impunity, Fix Nigeria!, By Wole Olaoye

If we want to fix Nigeria, the first thing we need to do is consign impunity to the rubbish pit. In the words of...