Cameron slams WHO over COVD-19, canvasses its replacement
Former British Prime Minister, David Cameron, has called for the replacement of the World Health Organisation (WHO), citing the organisation’s alleged failure
You didn't offer help on Chibok girls, Jonathan counters former UK PM Cameron
Former Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan said claims by former UK Prime Minister David Cameron that his government rejected help to rescue the abducted Chibok girls were untrue. "He (Cameron) never called me on the phone to offer any help," Jonathan said in a statement. "On the contrary, I am the one that reached out to…
Ex-PM Cameron slams Johnson over Brexit
Former British prime minister David Cameron launched a blistering attack on the UK's current leader Boris Johnson in extracts of his memoirs published Sunday, accusing him of only backing Brexit...
Grooming future Nigerian leaders
When we make comparisons between different societies, it is important that we do not take things at face value. It is attractive for anyone who argues for a generational change in political leadership-(not-too-young-to-run)-in Nigeria, for instance, to point at Great Britain where David Cameron became Prime Minister at the age of 43,or the United States…
The consequences of election: Nigeria, U.S. as case study
Prior to the 2015 general election, Nigeria was doing far better than it is today with Goodluck Ebele Jonathan at the helm of affairs, though considered weak by the United Kingdom (UK) government and its then prime Minister, David Cameron...
‘I feel privileged to be asked to serve in UK government’
I had previously had constructive engagements and discussions with the former Prime Minister, David Cameron, on what to do about race disparities and how to work with communities to identify or evolve solutions.
Corruption: The Pakistani example
Mr. Ibrahim Magu, the apparently unflappable chairman (acting, how can I forget) of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, does not need to take his cue from offshore developments to pursue...
Is corruption the problem with Nigeria?
The recent labeling of the country as being “fantastically corrupt” by the immediate past British Prime Minister, Mr. David Cameron comes to mind.