Communism, democracy and leadership in Nigeria
Democracy is the worst form of government, except for all the others that have been tried.-Winston Churchill, A Former Prime Minister of Britain. In the interest of participatory democracy, monitoring unelected officials, implementing public policies should be the chief concern of leaders in every democratic government. By overseeing this process, Kenneth Lowande, Professor at the University…
Citizens’ engagement key to good governance, says AbdulRazaq
Kwara State Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq has said that citizens’ aspirations would always drive the budget process under his administration
Sowore: Before darkness falls on democracy
It is important for us to tell Nigeria’s leader and his men that they need to invest in public relations and strategic reputation management at this time.
ETTA: Proxy fight against Oshiomhole will destroy APC
Ntufam Hillard Etta, the national vice chairman of All Progressives Congress (APC) for South/South, in this interview with LEO SOBECHI, says the Constitution should be adhered to in taking decisions.
The social media bill: When ignorance breeds fear
In a paper I delivered last week, I created levels of differentiation between Democracy and Dictatorship, especially dictatorships of the military variant as we have had in Nigeria.
A sense of Sisyphus in the land
These days, it is often with an expression of ‘nothing can be done’ that we encounter co-patriots each time we interrogate the kind of leadership that has been foisted on Nigeria through a democratic coup.
The media as villain in a democracy?
Gentlemen of the press, all ye newsmen, play-wright, video and electronic devices producers, writers, critics the dice is cast.
How abuse of state power, money, ethnicity determined Kogi State gubernatorial race
As the controversy over the re-election of incumbent Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State continues to rage, the outcry over the role of security operatives would linger for some time to come.