Popular cartoonist Mustapha Bulama has released another cartoon. The renowned political illustrator's cartoon this time was about the defection of former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani Kayode, to the All Progressive Party (APC) His defection has been one of the major issues discussed at the public table especially on social media by Nigerians.
There were several reports that the Federal government will declare a state of emergency in Anambra state, due to the recent killings and insecurity challenges ravaging the state, which are a threat to the upcoming governorship election in the state. The move was met with widespread backlash from all corners of the country.
Popular cartoonist Mustapha Bulama, has released another epic cartoon about Nigerian politics. Mustapha Bulama is a well known political cartoonist and public analyst that works with Daily Trust. Bulama's cartoons are a work of pure art wrapped with creativity. His cartoons depicts the true political situations happening in the country.
Nigerians begin the signing of an online petition, demanding the government of the United States of America to start the selling of arms and ammunitions to the regime of president Muhammadu Buhari amid blockade by the U.S. Senate over human rights concerns. Mustapha Bulama, a cartoonist, began a petition to U.S. decision-makers on a well-known platform called change.org.
Popular cartoonist Mustapha Bulama has released another cartoon on repentant Boko Haram fighters. The creative cartoonist is well known for his works with regards to happenings in the country. On the last few weeks, there was a massive surrender by members of the deadly Boko Haram sect.
Traditional rulers are an important backbone in our society. They played vital roles in keeping our society in order. They offer moral, social and religious help to the people in our society. Their importance in our society cannot be over emphasised. Whether they are on the throne or not, they should be accorded with respect.
Corruption is a killer disease that ravages any nation. It effects are so devastating that can bring any nation down, no matter how powerful and resourceful it is. Its danger is far beyond imagination. Corruption has bring so many nations down and leads to their downfall.
In what was a setback to the fight against Insecurity in Nigeria, United States lawmakers have blocked the sale of fighter helicopters to Nigeria. The lawmakers have cited that their reasons were based on Nigeria's poor record on human rights violations. Popular cartoonist Mustapha Bulama has released another cartoon after the news surfaced online.
Popular cartoonist Mustapha Bulama has released another cartoon. The renowned cartoonist is well known for his illustrative works in Nigeria's political sphere. He works with Daily Trust. Bulama's latest cartoon was about the on going ban of twitter activities in Nigeria. Recall that the microblogging site, Twitter, has been suspended in Nigeria till further notice.
Popular cartoonist Mustapha Bulama has released another cartoon that caught the attention of people on social media. Bulama was a renowned political illustrator and analyst. Bulama's cartoon was in response to the pre wedding pictures of president Muhammadu Buhari's son soon to be wife that went viral on social media.
It was in the early hours of Tuesday that bandits broke into Nigeria's foremost military University, Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA), located at Igabi Local Government, Kaduna state. The attack which led to the death of two officers and kidnapping of another officer, has been at the centre of debate among Nigerians.
The leader of Islamic Movement Of Nigeria (IMN) has regained his freedom after six years in detention. Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky has been in detention since 2015 after some members of his sect clash with security agents in Zaria then. Criminal charges were labelled against the clergyman by the Kaduna state government.
Popular cartoonist Mustapha Bulama has released another cartoon. Bulama is a well known political analyst and cartoon illustrator. Bulama's cartoon was about the federal government plans of lifting Twitter ban in Nigeria. Recall that the some few weeks back, Federal government has suspended the operations of microblogging site, Twitter, in Nigeria.
As the next general elections approaches, politicians and their political parties are gearing up to have everything planned before the election. Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) is also preparing for the election so that it will be free and fair. On the other hand, National Assembly are discussing too about the election.
The Mambilla hydro electric power project continues to be a mystery after 40 years. The project when completed will inject fresh megawatts of power to the National grid. But the question that continue to lingers in theind of Nigerians is when is the project reaching completion. The project started 40 years ago and up to now is not nearing completion much to the disappointment of Nigerians who are getting tired of the numerous promises made to them by the authorities about the project.
In recent days, the Nigerian military has launched offensive attacks against bandits terrorising most parts of Northern Nigeria. The recent offensive targets Zamfara state, being the state affected most by bandits activities. Recall that, bandits have terrorise most states in the North-west region of Nigeria, making life a living hell for citizens and others to flee their homes due to the fear of bandit attacks.
Last week saw Taliban capture Afghanistan again after they were ousted of power for 20 years. The return of the Taliban to power in Afghanistan has been one of the major talking points across the world. As Taliban returns, there was increased fear that the rights of women will be stumbled on by the group.
In what was a huge boost to Nigeria's fight against insurgency and banditry, Nigeria has received the first batch of the A-29 Super Tucano aircraft. The fighter jets will help in tackling various security challenges ravaging the nation. The arrival of the aircrafts has for long been anticipated in the country.
Nigerians have begun signing an online petition urging the US government to supply weaponry to the Buhari regime despite a US Senate blockade based on human rights concerns. On Thursday, Mustapha Bulama, a cartoonist, started a petition to US decision-makers on change.org, a popular platform for mobilising support for activist causes.
It was on Thursday that the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami (SAN) received the forensic audit of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) from the Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Godswill Akpabio, in Abuja. There were concerns in the report as several projects meant to be executed in the region were abandoned.