Who Voted For Muhammadu Buhari?
Voting on March 28, 2015 for the then presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Muhammadu Buhari, was almost a badge of honour. At polling booths, voters proudly flaunted their thump-printed ballot papers to prove that they were worthy ambassadors of the “change movement”. Today, perhaps, the real measure of how much things have… (0 comment)

APC, One Year After: We Must Learn Again To Fly
By this time last year, it was wild jubilation, triumph and historic as Nigerians witnessed the triumphant ascension of Muhammadu Buhari to the presidency. Everyone celebrated him, local and international media beamed their search light on every one of his appearances. He became a beacon of hope. His coming to power restored the confidence and… (0 comment)

Leicester: Lessons In Greatness
Leicester City is one of the oldest cities located in the Midlands region of England. Less than half a million folks live there. Sir Peter Soulsby is the Mayor. Leicester City Football Club, known also as the Foxes, was founded in 1884. The club is owned by the King Power International Group and the Chairman… (0 comment)

The Travails of Citizen Chidi Duru
Let me disclose from the outset that Nze Chidi Duru is my friend. I met him for the first time sometime in 1999 through a mutual friend who is now late, Tony Anyanwu, who represented my Federal Constituency, Ahiazu-Ezinihitte Mbaise, in the House of Representatives between 1999 and 2003. Both Chidi and Tony, vibrant young… (0 comment)

APC: All Promises Changed?
The ruling party, All Progressive Congress, (APC) has come under contemptuous criticisms by majority of Nigerians who are disenchanted with the leadership of APC government. The recent increase in the price of Premium Motor Spirit, (PMS) has worsened the tide and many are increasingly of the opinion that the recent increase in the price of… (0 comment)

The Apt Censure from London!
Recently London played host to a host of countries in an elaborate well-attended Global Anti-Corruption Summit. The Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari was among the scores of Presidents, Heads of Government and anti-graft officials around the world that attended the conference. The event was a welcome initiative given the impact of corruption on the global econo-social… (0 comment)

Nigeria’s Savaged Poor
Before the 2015 presidential election, Candidate Muhammadu Buhari essentially advertised himself as a magician. Even though oil prices were tumbling, Mr. Buhari promised to pay N5000 a month to unemployed youth, make the country more secure, fix the perennial electric power crisis, root out corruption, strengthen the naira against the dollar, and reduce the price… (0 comment)