Tuesday, May 18, 2021

What Have We Done For the Next Generation? By Hassan Gimba

Our next-generation may not know what our generation knew, may not have what we had. We have failed...

A Nation Bleeding From Many Wounds. By Hassan Gimba

Every patriot currently has gloom written all over him. The defence minister told us a few days ago...

Ramadan and a lesson in love,loyalty. By Hassan Gimba

Ramadan is a month synonymous with fasting in the Muslim world. In Islam, fasting is the practice of...

My Igbo Brothers, Before It Is Too Late. By Hassan Gimba

The Igbo are a resilient lot, an egalitarian and industrious people. Defined as a meta-ethnicity native and one...

Can We Try Green Energy For A Change? By Hassan Gimba

We ended the last day of March on a high note. No other than Sale Mamman, minister of...

The Fulani as the North’s bogeyman. By Hassan Gimba.

We grew up seeing the bogeyman here and there. Between 1967 and 1968, I lived with my paternal...

The handwriting on the wall. By Hassan Gimba

I sniff anarchy on the horizon. And to...

Much Ado About Hijab. By Hassan Gimba

Hijab. This five-letter word has refused to take leave of our public discourse for long. Many female Muslims...

Gombe cannot be anyone’s cauldron. By Hassan Gimba

Last month was really not a good one for Nigeria. It was a month that witnessed more than one mass abduction of...

The North and the effect of Janus. By Hassan Gimba

I had intended to continue with the topic, 'Nigeria and Presidential Democracy: Any Better Alternative? (3)’ but I...