Jimi Disu has expressed worry at the rising tension in the South East, fuelled by the differences between the Independent People of Biafra (IPOB) and both the state and federal government.
Since time immemorial the discussions about women emerging as elected political office holders in Nigeria have been on the front burner.
The first meeting between striking doctors and Nigeria’s Minister of Health has drawn the fury of analyst, Jimi Disu during the Dailies Today.
In THE VANGUARD Newspaper on Tuesday, Oba Abdulrasheed Akanbi, the Oluwo of Iwo, was quoted to have said that there will be no peace in Yoruba land if idol worship continues.
Public analyst, Jimi Disu has blasted both anti and pro-Buhari protesters for the demonstrations they held in the United States on Monday.
Do you remember the news that broke last week about the Naira depreciating to its lowest level in 48 years?
Financial expert, Zeal Akaraiwe says it is logical for aggrieved states to challenge the newly signed Value Added Tax(VAT) laws in Lagos and Rivers State.
A United Kingdom study has revealed that Lagos state loses 3.9 billion naira annually to flooding.
An anonymous caller has narrated how he abandoned cultism while studying at the university.
Reactions have poured in following reports that some companies in Lagos State are demanding that their employees get vaccinated for COVID-19 or resign their position.
Jimi Disu and Sheriff Quadry angrily reacted to the news of 18-year-old admission seeker, Monsura Ojuade, killed by police.
On Hot Takes edition of Morning Crossfire on Friday, some listeners called in to share their thoughts on issues that rocked the week.
The Lagos State Police Command have arrested a woman, Jennifer Madueke, over a missing service pistol belonging to the Denton Divisional Police Officer, CSP Adegoke Akinlade.
Public affairs analyst, Jimi Disu, has called on the Nigerian Association Of Resident Doctors (NARD), Lagos Chapter, to put an end to their strike action due to the agreement reached with the state government.
Taiwo Oyedele, Fiscal Policy Partner and Africa Tax Leader at PwC has explained why he believes States should not be in charge of collecting Value Added Tax (VAT).
The National Association Of Resident Doctors (NARD) have alleged that the Minister of Health, Osagie Enahire is clueless about the one-month-old strike of Resident doctors in the country.
The National Association Of Resident Doctors(NARD) says claims by Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige that the Federal Government has met the demands of striking doctors is untrue.
Analyst, Jimi Disu has criticized talks by the Federal Government that they may make vaccines compulsory in the country upon availability.
The Presidency has defended the federal government's borrowing culture saying it is better to take loans for infrastructural development than to take loans that will be stolen.
Fighting fire with fire is an expression many are familiar with and that is what the Coalition of Northern Groups has suggested to the government in its fight against insecurity in the North.
Head, Speech Pathology and Special Education department, Federal Neuro-psychiatric Hospital Yaba, Temitope Amodu has mentioned hearing problems, amongst others as one of the causes of delay in language and speech amongst children.
Nigerians have continued to react to Tuesday’s attack by gunmen on the facilities of the Nigerian Defence Academy in Kaduna State
The Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA) has confirmed the death of two of its personnel and the abduction of one after an attack on its residential this morning by “unknown gunmen.”
Public Analyst, Jimi Disu has said he will be disappointed if Vice-President, Yemi Osinbajo eventually declares to run for the presidency in 2023.
Vice President of the National Association of Residents Doctors, Dr Christopher Arome Adejo, has debunked claims that the union’s indefinite strike is coming to an end.
As the world on Thursday marked International Youth Day, stakeholders have advised on the challenges and solutions to political participation amongst Nigerian youths.
Nigeria Info Sports broadcaster has given her thoughts on what she believes is the way to go if Nigeria wants to better her performances at the just concluded Tokyo Olympics 2020 in subsequent competitions.
Public Analyst, Jimi Disu has called for the resignation of the Minister Of Sports, Sunday Dare, over the disqualification of athletes at the Tokyo Olympics 2020
Political analyst, Kenny Okokugbo has explained why he would rather zones be considered before competence in picking Nigeria's President.
Oncologist, Dr Nneka Nwobbi has listed some signs and symptoms of cancer parents and guardians should look out for in children.
The Nigeria Centre For Disease control has explained why people who have been vaccinated against COVID-19 can still contract the virus.
As the Doctors' strike continued nationwide on Tuesday, analyst, Jimi Disu, has sympathized with the plight of doctors in the country but believes that they may have to come up with another strategy to get the required result.
Public Affairs analyst has explained why he believes there was voter apathy at the recently concluded Lagos State Council Polls which was held on Saturday.
....Decision is a gang-up by the political elite - Liborous
Morning Crossfire Callers Share Interesting Provisions The National Electoral Offence Commission Bill Should Have.
Policy and Development expert, Rotimi Sankore has explained how critical education is in keeping Nigeria's explosive population in check.
An anonymous caller has explained how her gambling addiction has had an adverse effect on her.
The Dunamis Church has said the church is not an activism ground “but a centre for the projection of truth against all forms of evil.”
Public affairs analyst, Chike Achude has condemned the significant increase made to the limits for election expenses in Clause 88 of the Electoral Bill.
Civil society group, Electoral Hub has condemned any attempt to stop the inclusion of electronic transmission of votes in the electoral bill amendment.
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