Umaru Musa Yar’Adua
7 Sep 2018
Even with the vast majority of Nigerians not having access to television and electricity, the culture of televised presidential debates has crept in and should be warmly embraced.
2 Jul 2018
Sir: The President, General Muhammadu Buhari (GMB) is perpetuating carnage, genocide and economic destruction of Nigeria like his predecessors, Umaru Musa Yar’Adua and Goodluck Ebele Azikiwe Jonathan...
8 Jun 2018
Sir: At this point in Nigeria’s history, shameful Nigerians should be ashamed of Nigeria’s situation. Why should Nigeria be a big for nothing nation which citizens...
28 Jan 2018
For a president renowned for body language and reticence, it was a week of mixed grill. First, seven governors visited to urge him on, losing sight of the implications of recent massacre...
11 Dec 2017
The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP), yesterday urged President Muhammadu Buhari to extend the audit of recovered loot...
1 Oct 2017
After that, it was a long process of trial and error, with soldiers tampering with core values of party systems. First, it was General Ibrahim Babangida, who toyed with the idea of decreeing parties into existence.
17 Jul 2017
In 2015, it was the Southwest that provided the needed strength for Buhari and the APC to win the presidential elections in which Osinbajo, a nominee of the zone’s political interests, became the Vice-President.
7 May 2017
As I was saying last week within the context of “ailing presidents and Nigerian hospitals”, I have been unable to find any reasons why our leaders have failed and continue...
2 Apr 2017
Despite the unduly long time supposedly spent on medical vacation, the president followed the provisions of the constitution. He did not stay beyond the six months stipulated by the constitution.
21 Mar 2017
It is Buhari we wish to commend for dealing with the issue of granting his deputy an acting appointment status without creating a constitutional crisis. Secondly, his honesty about his health status is worthy of commendation.
6 Mar 2017
The panel alleged that out of the N10trillion fraud, some N5.2 trillion was lost through the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) alone, which would be summoned to account for the loss.