Junaidu Mohammed: Nightfall for stormy petrel from the Sahel
Cynicism. Nonchalance. Sarcasm. Belligerence. Dr. Junaid Mohammed brought all those to bear on his politics, as he stoutly spoke truth to power.
Former Nigerian lawmaker Junaid Mohammed dies at 71
Junaid Mohammed, a fierce critic of Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari, has died at the age of 71. Mohammed was a member of House of Representatives in the Second Republic and the vice presidential candidate of the Social Democratic Party in Nigeria's last presidential elections. An eldest son to the desease, Sulaimon Junaid Mohammad confirmed his…
EndSARS protests as stimulus for regionalism, restructuring
The issue of restructuring came up strongly recently when different geopolitical zones met with a delegation of President Muhammadu Buhari to find answers to some underlying causes of the #EndSARS protest and its violent aftermath.
‘Doctrine of necessity’ as remedy for Nigeria’s restructuring conundrum
The need for Nigeria to restructure its political economy has continued to dominate national discourse since country returned to constitutional democracy. And although calls for restructuring often re-echo with varying pitches in the six geopolitical zones..
Muhammed: SIP a fraud, conduit pipe for handlers
When it was operated directly from the Office of the Vice President, people like I raised issues on the way and manner that it was being run; the benchmarks that were being used to dish out the money; the elitists creations involving computers and other stuff.
Kano Lockdown: Government should be flexible, says Junaid Mohammed
Dr. Junaid Mohammed, a Russian-trained neurologist, in this interview with ADAMU ABUH via telephone, said it is no longer business as usual since the lockdown in Kano State...
Buhari’s handlers are his major problem, says Mohammed
A Second Republic lawmaker and elder statesman, Dr Junaid Muhammed, has said that the perceived false steps taken by President Muhammadu Buhari in his initial handling of the coronavirus pandemic in the country were caused by his handlers.
Restructuring is only option for Nigeria’s survival, says Afenifere
The pan-Yoruba socio-political organisation, Afenifere, has reiterated that the only option that can guarantee Nigeria’s survival today is restructuring.
Nigeria not playing its expected leadership role in Africa
Yes, there have been differences between the beginnings of the presidential system, which is understood universally and, of course, what is happening now is a peculiar case to Nigeria.