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This is Abdulmalik Kabir Yaro, a wonderful son of my friend from childhood. Abdulmalik lost his younger brother to leukemia about 4 weeks ago. This morning he’s dead, killed (read, executed) by a local gang. Abdulmalik’s offense which earned him death sentence in the court of this gang was his effort to stop the wayward […]


OPINION: Malam Ibrahim Bature: Katsina state Government and the rest of us – By Sadiq Tijjani Inuwa

As Nigeria celebrates her 57th Independence Anniversary, Malam Ibrahim Bature; a politician, philanthropist and activist is still in custody. His crime was the release of a video clip on his Facebook wall  in which he criticises the Proposed loan of $110m from Islamic Development Bank for the renovation and construction of Health care centres across […]

OPINION: An Independent Day Recollection of the Arrest of Ibrahim Bature – By Dikko Muhammad

How Freedoms Are Suppressed in Nigeria’s Democracies: An Independent Day Recollection of the Arrest of Ibrahim Bature. Today, we, the people of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, celebrate a historic moment of 1st October 1960. It is a moment of celebration and indeed a moment to ponder on what is gained and what we expect […]

OPINION: Unethical Politics and 2019 – By Dikko Muhammad  

It is now clear that people with the ambitions of occupying the highest office in Abuja have started making moves for the eventual realisation of that dream. Politics is often like soccer. Every player has own unique style of playing. That’s the skill that player got to sell to the clubs. Nigerian politicians also use […]

OPINION: Katsina State 30th Anniversary and challenges on Youths of the State – By Gaddafi Umar Mahuta 

I have been following the events happening in Katsina State though not closely with regards to the state’s celebration of 30 years’ anniversary and there have been interesting developments which should be addressed at all levels. I wish to start by congratulating my dear state for a successful existence and one of the most developed […]

Katsina@30: What Gov. Udom Emmanuel said about Masari

Governor Udom Emmanuel of Akwa Ibom has on Friday canvassed for tenure elongation of the present crop of Governors at the helm of affairs in the states of the federation. Gov Emmanuel Udom This was as he said if the country can be blessed with the crop of Governors who are at the helm of […]

Katsina @30 and the omission of Shema on the list of Awardees – By Sadiq Tijjani Inuwa Bakori

Katsina State is celebrating its 30th anniversary this Saturday. But the organizing committee deliberately made an avoidable, silly error which stairs up reactions and heavy critisism from various quarters as a result of the omission of erstwhile Governor of the state, Barr. Ibrahim Shehu Shema on the list of Awardees to be honoured as part […]


A statement posted by Isah Bara’u Zakka on his timeline which was subsequently shared by some other members of my media team has generated varied responses and reactions, capable of unsettling the stability of our amity and party. Let it be on record that I am a party man and a party loyalist who believe […]

OPINION: On the Kaduna ‘APC AKIDA’ charade – By Dr. Rabe Nasir

The meeting of rubble-rousers in Kaduna was typical case of over rated jamboree of rollercoasters whose collective pride has been subordinated to the unrelenting ambition of a corrupt fugitive to  unseat President Muhammadu Buhari. Governor Aminu Bello Masari is only being used as scapegoat and smokescreen to ultimately dislodge the President from his very backyard […]

ATTENTION! Katsina Post is looking for talented Reporters and Marketers (Read and Apply)

POST MULTIMEDIA –the publishers of Katsina Post (www.katsinapost.com) and Katsina Post HAUSA (www.hausa.katsinapost.com) as the largest and most visited Katsina based online media platform is looking for most talented media users, writers and marketers (as the case may be) who are passionate about general blogging with special interest to events happening in and around Katsina […]

OPINION: Governor Masari, Funtua People are in Pain – By Abdul Shamsu Funtua

Closely observing the 2015 elections, I was particularly not interested in voting even if I was eligible to. I’m the type who would rather listen to what a wide range of people had to say about a topic or person before drawing my inference. The blind could vividly see, the deaf could also clearly hear […]