Rule of law, national interest and Buhari’s obloquy - Part 2
The rule of law is eminently positioned to address the challenges of social and economic inequality, injustice, poverty, un-equal access to opportunities, etc.
2019 elections and race to save Nigeria
Of late the need to salvage the country has taken a centre stage along political camps. Barely a day seems to pass without news of fresh political...
Still on the politics of election order
Politics can be defined as a game of intrigue in which the participant seeks to maximise his or her own advantage at the expense of his or her adversary. With this definition in mind...
Buhari to sign not too young to run bill into law
As the 2019 general elections draw nearer, indications have emerged that President Mohammadu Buhari would soon sign the ‘not too young to run’ bill into law.
Dickson seeks new FG approach to insecurity in Niger Delta
• Aregbesola urges family planning to address challenges • Nigeria is failing under Buhari, says Shehu Sani Governor Seriaki Dickson of Bayelsa State has urged President Mohammadu Buhari to adopt new approach in solving the security challenges in Niger Delta. He made the call in an interview with State House Correspondents after a meeting with…
Epochal declaration and the people
The current biggest news in the Nigerian political terrain is the declaration of Mr. President to seek the presidential ticket of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and contest for a second term of office in the 2019 election.
Lawyers flay FG over release of alleged looters list
Lawyers yesterday decried the Federal Government for mentioning names of those already undergoing trial for corruption at different courts as alleged treasury looters.
As Nigerians get poorer
The recent economic report of the International Monetary Fund IMF on Nigeria is certainly not too reassuring. The report asserts that Nigerians are getting poorer...
Nigeria’s democracy and the Obasanjo Paradox
Entrapped by an evil cabal, enmeshed in nepotism and blinded by ethnic chauvinism, Mohammadu Buhari, is a bad president. However, despite Buhari’s bungled presidency, Nigeria remains a democracy.