Buhari, Nigerians and hypocrisy
There is a popularly saying that Nemo dat quod non habet meaning: “You cannot give what you do not have.”Most Nigerians are hypocrites. The most intriguing nuance about their hypothesis of hypocrisy is that, the hapless and vulnerable....
Improving healthcare delivery system in Nigeria
Nigeria needs a better health care delivery system. The Federal Government should embark on the building of more specialist hospitals, primary health care centres and teaching hospitals.
Fear, loathing and foreign investors.
I find the public appeal via a letter written to President, Muhammadu Buhari, carried in The Guardian on Sunday, of September 4, 2016, on page 38, rather unsettling. The reason for my unease is that in the middle of an unprecedented balance of payments crisis...
Buhari is fundamentally belligerent
What President Muhammadu Buhari said in Kenya the other day that he was making moves to dialogue with Boko Haram for the release of the girls means that he understands that only dialogue can free the girls.
Security challenges in Kaduna State
Sir: The level of insecurity in Kaduna State is beginning to get from bad to worse. The people of Kaduna State no longer sleep well as insecurity has become a very disturbing issue.
God forbid I end up as a teacher?
Let me make it public that studying education is a double honour. It is nothing but an advantage. A graduate of Chemistry Education can do most of the things, if not all the things that a graduate of Chemistry can do.
Danbazau and the challenges of internal security
Ever since the eruption of the murderous attacks of the terrorist Boko Haram insurgents in North-East Nigeria in 2009, internal security has become a major challenge in the most populous African nation.
Will Africans be ever free?
Sir: I wonder if Africans and especially Nigerians can ever free themselves from their colonial master’s apron strings. Why do we still run to these former masters asking them to intervene ...