A husband’s murder of his wife brings into sharp focus our acceptance of the impunity of domestic violence and sometimes the preference of that for the sake of keeping a loveless marriage going to appease the needs for tradition and societal norms.
Monthly Archive: June 2011
The venue was London’s Chatham House in St James’ Square on the 27th of June 2011. Kick off 5pm. Only about 5 minutes of African time was allowed, a record.[…]
Last week was arguably a sad one for most if not all Nigerians as the government’s credibility was assaulted on two fronts simultaneously – security wise and diplomatically. The first[…]
The compass of the Central Bank of Nigeria’s (CBN) recently released “Approved Persons Regime Circular” is broad. Beyond the traditional restrictions stipulated by the Banks and Other Financial Institutions Act[…]
Making history history On June 12 2011, I wrote a piece titled Nigeria: Time to give June 12 a decent burial  for a number of reasons which already appear[…]