Osinbajo's opinion on state police contrasts Buhari's
Nigeria's Vice-president Yemi Osinbajo again on Tuesday made a case for state police in the country, which has been one of the many demands of the those calling for the restructuring of the country and has enjoyed the support of the Nigerian Senate. The Senate on Tuesday, July 3 passed a resolution directing its Constitutional…
The restructuring debate
This has been given credence and legitimacy by the agitations and self determination consciousness that have followed that pattern whereby each and every one of the units now wants resource control and devolution of powers.
Why is Gowon opposing restructuring?
Instead of telling truth to authority Gowon started a prayer outfit “Nigeria Prays”, creating confusion and distraction all over Nigeria.
‘Restructuring must be based on national consensus’
It’s a question am sure every Nigerian can answer, howbeit,differently. We don’t all have to share the same opinion but, if you want to appraise or evaluate the APC’s performance, you need to have the criteria for doing so.
Southern governors and the road to a new Nigeria
A communiqué read at the end of the parley by the host governor, Akinwunmi Ambode stated: “We reiterate our belief in true federalism and devolution of powers. We are committed to collaborating with...
Without restructuring Nigeria cannot move forward — Adams
When I heard the Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshall Abubakar Sadique talking of their efforts to track down IPOB members, I just laughed. You can’t pin down people that don’t carry firearms. That should be done in the North East.
Restructuring: What’s wrong with the ‘Abacha document’?
Abacha document was so comprehensive and so prophetic that it anticipated the untenable and wrong-headed agitation for Biafra and the hollow talk of marginalization that comes with it especially since the south east and Jonathan lost out last year.
Group urges restructuring of education sector
Ojobo Atuluku opined that the restructuring should focus on the management and funding of public education by the different tiers of government as well as the distribution of public investment between primary, secondary and tertiary education.
Nigeria as a coat of many colours - Part 1
It was madness, sheer madness. Some Nigerians stood their ground and hid Igbo neighbours in their ceiling during the day. If a nosey scoundrel as much as mentioned that act of kindness to the federal authorities the man of charity would become ‘sabo’, for saboteur!