‘Why Buhari may not make history’
When I read Martins Oloja’s seminal piece titled, ‘Why Buhari may not make history’ last Sunday, I was elated because it’s an opportunity for me to contribute my view to this subject of national importance.
A colloquium notebook on ‘corruption and insecurity’
I would like to ask for permission to suspend the conversation on Guberwatch this week because more trees have fallen on our trees and the topmost should be removed first as our elders have consistently advised.I attended an unusual one-day conference organised by an old soldier....
When will Buhari end uncertainty?
Barely two weeks ago, I looked again into the seed of our time and alerted the nation within the context of Buhariwatch that ‘our president is procrastinating again’.
Oloja, other stakeholders say fake news undermined 2019 polls
Editorial Board member of The Guardian, Martins Oloja, and other stakeholders in the media have said that fake news, misinformation...
Abuja Indigenes: Their ministerial slot as ‘necessary evil’
This topic may appear esoteric and ‘half-current’ this week but I would like to encourage readers who are citizens to note the contextual reporting of the Abuja indigenous population this week within the construct of the executive council....
Gaps in media coverage of pre-2019 electoral issues
Gradually, the scorecard of the media in the coverage of critical issues that shaped just-concluded 2019 elections is emerging. Interestingly, one of the critical...
Leadership and management lessons from Jesus
In this season of recession when deception has become a powerful tool of preventing depression, it will be relevant to share some sound leadership...
Buhariwatch: Time to block sycophancy and mediocrity - Part 2
As I was saying, this is not a time for Nigeria’s leader to be careless with time management as he did in his first term when he wasted six months before he could form his government.