Federalism is the answer, after all - Part 47
Nelson Mandela’s autobiography is titled, Long Walk to Freedom. Our hope is that the deepening contradictions of the skewed Nigerian federation will not be resolved
Ekweremadu cautions National Assembly against legislating on VAT collection
Former Deputy President of the Senate, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, has advised the National Assembly not to embark on any legislation relating to the contentious collection of Value Added Tax
Wike: Testing the waters for true federalism
The agitation for true Federalism was taken a definitive step further on Thursday, August 19, 2021, when Governor Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, signed the Rivers State Value Added Tax Bill
Federalism is the answer, after all - Part 46
In the course of elucidating why and how the practice of true federalism can lift this country from its morass of underdevelopment, this newspaper had focused on the mining sector, with a strong contention that it is best handled...
Federalism is the answer, after all - Part 45
All is not well in the country. Governance has declined to an all-time low. The bizarre is now routinised. Indeed, the German Chancellor, Otto von Bismarck once defined “politics
Federalism is the answer, after all - Part 44
The need to restructure Nigeria is daily dawning despite the recalcitrance of the free riders in authority. Flowing with the tide and putting the country on strong political footing and path to social progress will benefit all.
Sanwo-Olu and that Pyrrhic victory at Lagos council polls
Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State recently swore in local council chairmen with a parting shot that should not go unexamined. Upon reflection, I think Mr. Sanwo-Olu
Federalism is the answer, after all - Part 42
The manifestation of Nigeria’s crisis of the state is by no means-ending soon. The reasons are not too far to seek: they include impunity in the running of the affairs of the country