Nigeria Politics Commentary
group in the People’s Democratic Party, the PDPAction, has described Senator Alli Modu Sheriff as a traitor and an agent of APC that must be treated like a malignant cancer.
Osinbajo has thrown himself into his work, holding cabinet meetings and travelling to the Niger Delta in an attempt to end militant attacks on oil facilities which cost up to $100 billion in lost revenues in 2016.
Nigerians have to contend with political deceptions, betrayals and endless rhetorical excesses of the political elite. A typical Nigerian politician has proven that he is not to be TRUSTED!
A free society requires a free press. A democracy without a free press is like a seed without water or sunlight. It will not grow and it will die.
The mysterious nature of Buhari’s absence is adding to unhappiness in Nigeria, as one of Africa’s largest economies and oil producers lurches through a recession.
If the PDP was a nest of killers, the APC is a nest of liars.
We all need our heads examined for Nigeria to ever make any headway.
It makes sense Buhari resign to look after his frail health. Nigeria should be in hands of a leader who shows no sign of physical or mental debilitation.
On Tuesdya, February 7, 2017, at the popular city of Onitsha, two soldiers, Corporal Bature Samuel and Corporal Abdulazeez Usman, like demons on a mission, went berserk and grievously brutalized a physically-challenged man, Mr Chijioke Uraku, for wearing a military
British accusations made me laugh. Let me ask you, brethren: Does it make sense to accuse a man of stealing what belonged to him?
As we may recall, this is the kind of wickedness and corruption that recently cost eight Directors their jobs in Taraba state.
President Buhari’s silence translates as nonchalance towards his creditors, all Nigerians. Sadly, this indifference is the default, if feckless, attitude of those who occupy the space of leadership in Nigeria.
Truth be told, events of the last few months have again compelled bewildered Nigerians to debate the particular nature of the ‘Change’ they voted for!
Olusegun Obasanjo wants it to happen sooner rather than later must rank as one of the surprises I’ve witnessed in Nigerian politics.
Rather than calm the situation, the purported attempt to arrest Apostle Suleiman and other Christian leaders would only aggravate it. Christians in this country have already been pushed to the edge.
But the larger question is, why do Nigerian institutions excel in ludicrous rules designed to give grief to citizens?
Since the travel of President Muhammadu Buhari to the UK for medical reasons, the nation has been rife with the rumoured death of the president.
the Rule of Law, we reiterate is not a loose concept reserved only for governments and the law courts but as well as every tribunal by whatever name called set up to look into a matter and of which the CLE panel on examination malpractice belongs to; and should be bounded by.
Traveling by road, I saw Nigeria in a new way. The portrait, unflattering, left me deeply dispirited.
Another mistake ECOWAS made was their choice of delegation as led by President Muhammadu Buhari to The Gambia as emissaries of peace and democracy to persuade Jammeh to hand over power peacefully and as scheduled.