Wednesday , February 19 2020
Breaking News
Home / Interviews (page 3)


RIVERS CRISIS: My Story-Rotimi Amaechi

In this interview, last week, Rotimi Amaechi, a former  governor of Rivers State and now Transport  Minister, bared his mind on the crisis rocking the state and why peace has continued to be elusive.  Amaechi insisted that the incumbent state governor, Nyesom Wike, should tone down his rhetoric on violence, …

Read More »

Buhari Promised Change But Nigerians Want Magic- Femi Adesina

Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to the President, Femi Adesina said President Muhammed Buhari promised change not magic. Adesina speaking in an interview with Radio Continental, appealed to Nigerians to Adesina appealed to Nigerians to cooperate and support the current administration before the desired change will come. Q: Fulani …

Read More »

Jo Bonfrere: I Can Lead Super Eagles To 2017 AFCON, 2018 W/Cup

After leading Nigeria to Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games football medal win and silver finish at 2000 Nations Cup, Dutch coach, Jo Bonfrere says he is interested in returning as Super Eagles coach. He speaks to’s SAB OSUJI from his base in the Netherlands. Bonfrere also throws his weight behind …

Read More »

There’s Dire Need For More Investors In Agro-allied Sector -Chief Kuteyi

The business potentials that abound in the Small and Medium Entrepreneurship (SME) sector of Nigeria is being under-utilized, following the government’s oversight of the sector’s activities and economic benefits. Chief Duro Kuteyi, President, Nigeria Association of Technology Incubation Entrepreneurs, who is also the Managing Director/Chief Executive of Spectra Industries Limited, …

Read More »

PDP woes: Blame Obasanjo – Mantu

In this interview, a former Deputy President of the Senate and a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party, Senate Ibrahim Mantu, says the PDP lost the 2015 presidential election because it allowed impunity to grow within its ranks. Blaming former President Olusegun Obasanjo for starting the impunity in the former …

Read More »

Real Reasons I Conceded To Buhari — Jonathan

Former President Goodluck Jonathan has spoken of the tensed moments he faced on March 28, 2015 ahead of his decision to concede victory to President Muhammadu Buhari after that year’s presidential election. “I was actually in that valley on March 28, 2015”, he said. Jonathan also narrated why he relinquished …

Read More »

How I Was Rigged Out of Bayelsa Poll – Sylva

Former Governor of Bayelsa State and candidate of the All Progressives Congress in the 2015 governorship election, Timipre Sylva, who blames his loss in the recently held poll on malpractices, spoke to select journalists in Yenagoa The Bayelsa State governorship election has been won and lost. What is your assessment …

Read More »


The Diezani Alison-Madueke story has graced the cover of the first edition of what I believe will be a catalyst for unbiased investigative reporting in Nigeria. The Boss had long been conceptualised as a Leadership newspaper to occupy the void created by lack of true and credible investigative journalism in …

Read More »

Every Sector Of Nigeria Has Good And Bad Sides, But It Would Be Better -Opral Benson

The ‘Yeye Oge’ of Lagos, Chief (Dr.) Opral Benson, who, among many other titles, is the Honorary Consul of the Republic of Liberia in Lagos, as well as founder and CEO of Opral Benson Beauty Training Institute, she is a renown philanthropist committed to humanitarian services. In this interview with …

Read More »

Entrepreneural Development In Our Society Is Very Key To Nation Building –McEva Temofe

The issue of entrepreneurship and youth development are about the key discussions in the front burner of national growth in Nigeria in recent time. McEva Temofe, President and Founder of the African Economic Merit Awards initiative in Nigeria, highlights the intentions of AEMA for the growth of the nation’s economy …

Read More »
Social Media Auto Publish Powered By :