Shittu, Peterside confront Ajimobi, Wike over interest in 2019 poll
Beyond the obvious divisions currently manifesting in the relationship among leaders of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), it is not a hidden fact that some members of the party in federal appointments have been engaging in subtle battles of supremacy....
South East governors’ quest for Nnamdi Kanu’s release
Prior to the 2015 general elections, an unknown radio station hit Nigeria airwave to the surprise and worry of Nigerians, government and the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC).
End of a tragic drama
Indeed a considerable number of respectable election observers, scores of non-partisan political leaders and civic organizations had described the September 28th exercise as a paradigm of peoples Democracy in action.
Obaseki charges PDP, other stakeholders on collective efforts to develop Edo
The PDP candidate had challenged Obaseki’s victory, alleging widespread irregularities. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) declared Obaseki winner of the September 28 governorship election.
Nnamani committee: Nibbling at electoral reform dilemmas
Ever since Nigeria began its experimentation with the presidential system of government, elections in the country have continued with progressive degeneration.
Kukah: By whatever name, restructuring will engender sense of belonging
No need for us to become hostages to language. By whatever name you call it, very few people are happy in Nigeria, very few. We have not had this kind of anomie and fatalism.
Anambra 2017: Parties in limbo, aspirants in muffled voices
The economic realities in the country seem to have sparked recession in political activities in Anambra State. Of all the famed political investors, otherwise known as financiers...
Civic groups rethink strategies for effective anti-corruption crusade
Ideas and strategies on how to translate the modest gains in the ongoing anti-corruption crusade in Nigeria, into a more organized and resulted-oriented national struggle...