Opinion

Illuminating My Support For President Buhari

By Satguru Maharaj Ji My support for President Muhammadu Buhari neither blurs nor blinds my sight to faults and weaknesses associated with his leadership so far. We are living in very serious times. In these ‘perilous’ days, the focus of the global Nigerian presence ought to be on terminating colonial bondage and exploitation as inevitable prelude to the birth of ...

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The Disaster Called Buharinomics

By Odilim Enwegbara Nothing unites citizens like a prosperous commonwealth. A country without prosperity is a country at war with itself. History is a guide: The Greek Empire was progressively united when the commonwealth was prosperous for all. When the Roman Empire became more prosperous for all citizens, it replaced the Greek; imperial Greece was no longer prosperous for all ...

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INEC Mess And Shame Of A Nation

By Casmir Igbokwe I took the prediction of T.B. Joshua and Temitope Aduroja with a pinch of salt. These prophets had predicted that there would be postponement of Nigeria’s presidential election. I also doubted it when news filtered in a few hours to the presidential and National Assembly elections that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) was contemplating rescheduling the polls. ...

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Why We All Need To Be Atikulated To Get Nigeria Working Again

By Alaba Yusuf There comes a prime time in the life of a nation when its citizens, democratically, determine the next course of action for the corporate existence of their country’s sovereignty – through a referendum or outright general election. Britain’s rattling BREXIT battle is one of such. And the Presidential Election in Nigeria this weekend aligns both Commonwealth Comity ...

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Why Atiku Is Good For Nigeria

By Louis Okoroma It is a good development that the former ruling party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has come back to reckoning. This is a party that was founded to promote the unity of Nigeria under a pan-Nigeria platform. The party that is home to great Nigerians like Olusegun Obasanjo, late Solomon Lar, late Abubakar Rimi, former Governor of ...

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Jimi Agbaje, Thorn In The Flesh Of ‘Eko’

By Abayomi Oladapo At the last count, there were more than ten persons vying for the governorship seat of Lagos in the 2019 elections. The candidates included the likes of: Adebisi Ogunsanya (YPP), Omolara Adesanya (PPC), Muyiwa Fafowora (ADC), Babatunde Gbadamosi (ADP), Jimi Agbaje (PDP), Jide Sanwoolu (APC), Funsho Awe (NCP), Oluyinka Oyeniji (ANN), Owolabi Salis (AD), Abiodun Dabiri (ANRP). ...

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Presidential Election: Choosing Between Atiku And Buhari

By Casmir Igbokwe Witches and Wizards Association predicted victory for Atiku Abubakar. Nigerian prostitutes also made him their preferred choice. The prostitutes capped it with a declaration of free sex in support of their candidate. Some retired generals and herdsmen, on their part, endorsed Muhammadu Buhari. These queer groups spiced up the gale of endorsements for the two major candidates in ...

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Tinubu’s Cat And Ambode’s Mouse Game In Lagos

By Casmir Igbokwe Bola Tinubu and Akinwunmi Ambode are playing hide-and-seek with Lagosians. In spite of pretensions to the contrary, there appears to be no love lost between the camps of the two men. And the situation is affecting governance in Lagos. Last week, members of the Lagos State House of Assembly threatened to impeach Governor Ambode. They accused him of ...

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Nigeria’s Liberation Hour Has Come

By Casmir Igbokwe President Muhammadu Buhari is gradually becoming a brutal husband who bullies his wife and concocts stories against her to divert attention. Last Friday, he flogged the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Walter Onnoghen, with illegal suspension. This has prompted many Nigerians to ask, what is happening? The Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) had commenced the trial of the CJN ...

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