Prof. Lai Olurode
Government urged to perfect policy formulation, implementation
The Federal Government has been urged to rectify social disorder and injustice, which is perceived to be on display in the country.
‘Muslims should lead Nigeria’s development agenda’
Muslims have been enjoined to lead and lend a helping hand to the resolution of Nigeria’s development conundrum.
UNILAG Muslim community commends professionalism at The Guardian
The University of Lagos Muslim Community has eulogised the role The Guardian has played over the years towards the development of the country. This was disclosed last Thursday, when the group, led by Prof. Lai Olurode, paid a courtesy visit to the Corporate Office of The Guardian at Rutam House in Isolo, Lagos. The chairman…
Stakeholders rue violence during federal ballot
Former Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) official, Prof. Lai Olurode, has described the violence that marred the February 23 presidential and national assembly elections as most unexpected. He told The Guardian that “Elections are based on the cherished philosophy of equality of votes and the principle of one person one vote. Violence and snatching of…
‘Once today’s outing is salutary, all negative opinions previously held would dissipate’
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) deserves our sympathy rather than criticisms. It has enough to bite, more than it can deal with.
Olurode: INEC should not bite more than it can chew
Prof. Lai Olurode is a former national commissioner of Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). In this interview with LEO SOBECHI, he examines the implications of the new order of elections and ability of the commission to deliver on its mandate. Can INEC grapple with monitoring campaign expenditure of candidates and parties even when it says…