Buhari’s leadership style hurting democracy, weakening national cohesion, says Eya
Former Secretary general of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Chief Nduka Eya, told LAWRENCE NJOKU in Enugu, that the 1999 Constitution, President Muhammadu Buhari’s style of leadership has brought woes to Nigeria’s fledgling democracy
Lack of democracy at the local government level prevents grassroots development
In the advent of our political and Democratic build up, it is therefore expedient that we have a thorough and detail outlook into our political processes, and evaluate our political score card. It truly burdens my heart to see that as Nigerians we are fast loosing our grip on objectivity and unbiased judgements on matters…
June 12: Lalong decries use of social media against democracy
Gov. Simon Lalong of Plateau has decried the use of social media in threatening Nigeria’s democracy. The governor decried this at a dinner he organised to commemorate Nigeria’s Democracy Day on Saturday at the Government House, Jos. He said some Nigerians were using the social media to propagate their personal interests at the detriment of…
OGO canvasses unity as Nigeria marks Democracy Day
Osinbajo Grassroots Organisation (OGO), a major support group advocating for Prof. Yemi Osinbajo presidency in 2023, has urged Nigerians to eschew moves that could threaten
We have moved towards better Nigeria and greater democracy – Tinubu
The All Progressives Congress (APC) National Leader, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has said that despite the challenges facing the country today, Nigeria has moved towards a better and greater democracy.
Saraki: Let’s use democracy to achieve good governance
The immediate President of the Senate, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, has declared that democracy has not given birth to good governance in Nigeria.
FG talks tough, insists Twitter ban is indefinite
Despite widespread anger over the ban on Twitter use in the country, indications emerged, yesterday, that the Federal Government is not ready to shift grounds...
Democracy fails to stimulate growth, financial experts lament
Capital market experts have rated the country’s democratic regime as one that has failed to create a competitive edge for the domestic investment market.