Not a victory for democracy
Nigerians in their numbers have continued to voice mixed reactions to the process that secured electoral victory for incumbent president Muhammadu Buhari and All Progressive Congress (APC). While some have condemned the electoral umpire for a job haphazardly done, others blame the ruling party for unleashing violence in almost all polling units to disenfranchise people…
Lawyer, others task youths on responsible leadership
To prepare Nigerian youths for the task of taking over leadership mantle from the older generation, young adults have been advised on the need to lead responsibly in any area where they find themselves at the moment.
Does 1999 Constitution need amendment to accommodate maximum time frame for presidential vacation? Lawyers say yes, no
As at today, the president has spent about 64 days in medical vacation, in which he has not put up any public appearance nor disclose the nature of his illness outside what is gleaned from grapevines.
Senior lawyers chide FG for placing parastatals under acting chief executives
Two senior advocates of Nigeria, Paul Ananaba and Norrison Quakers, have decried the idea of placing many federal government parastatals under the headship of acting Chief Executives, saying its counterproductive, and that the development is overheating the polity unnecessarily.