Restructuring and its feasibility
Despite evidence of an incipient southern solidarity, pessimists are likely to believe that hoping to restructure Nigeria is utopian this late in the day in the Caliphate agenda when it is almost game, set and match to the Caliphate Jihadists.
APC promised devolution of power, not restructuring, says Akande
The first National Chairman of the ruling All Progressives Congress(APC), Chief Bisi Akande has taken a swipe at the party’s critics for alleging it jettisoned its promise of restructuring, saying the party never promised to restructure the country during its 2014/2015 campaigns.
Low-hanging fruits of restructuring
The current election campaigns do not seem to be addressing Nigeria’s priorities or harping on the most significant needs of the nation at this moment. Therefore, it is important to remind all those running around for election that they should not lose sight of the fact that the exercise is just a minute part of…
Restructuring: Beyond mere sloganeering
Take it or leave it, the late Chief Obafemi Awolowo would forever remain one of the greatest political leaders in the history of Nigeria.
Atiku, Tambuwal preach unity, restructuring, restate confidence in PDP
A Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential aspirant, Aminu Tambuwal at the weekend said Nigeria needs a president who is committed to the country’s unity, irrespective of tribe and religion. He made the assertion, while addressing delegates of the Edo State Chapter of the PDP in Benin City, where he lamented the pathetic state of affairs…
Osinbajo: In The Eye Of The Restructuring Storm
Friedrich Nietzsche enjoys no honour of always being considered right. Of course, not in a world that cannot accommodate his muse, often dismissed as too hubristic. Again, he cannot be wholly accepted in a world that largely believes it cannot be safely anchored on the laissez-faire morality of the German thinker. However, Nietzsche would resonate…
A nation in grief and the need for restructuring
Justice, in the words of Thomas Aquinas, is the act of rendering to each person what is truly his or hers and, comes in two different forms; commutative and distributive. While commutative justice calls for equality between two persons, distributive justice is concerned with the importance of each individual to the entire society; unfairly favouring…
Still on restructuring
AS we speak, there still are some who claim not to understand what the clamour for restructuring is all about. Some even take it to a ridiculous level, by demanding that those who canvas restructuring have not done enough to explain what they mean. Even after the campaign was given fillip by former vice president,…
Restructuring: The nation waits for APC
It is remarkable that restructuring has become a discussion point in this newspaper every week. That frequency underscores the fact that reports on the subject actually surface daily from all parts of the country.
Who are we?
One Governor declares a public holiday to celebrate the return of the President from Great Britain after 104 days (and a prior 57) away on treatment for an unknown illness with an unknown prognosis.