Friday, June 9, 2023


President Tinubu and dangers of subsidy removal

America and Nigeria share one thing in common: they both lack a well-developed, subsidized public transportation system.

Gbajabiamila’s appointment as Tinubu’s Chief of Staff is a constitutional aberration

The principle of separation of powers under our constitutional framework applies both to functions and personnel of the different organs of government.

Tinubu biting the bullet from Day One

Of the four preceding presidential inauguration speeches since 1999 from Olusegun Obasanjo to Buhari, none that I reviewed was nearly as audacious and as provokingly clear as Tinubu’s position was on perhaps the most crucial economic decisions as he took office.

Tinubu enters the week of gràgrà

Nigeria’s brand of politics demands that such demonstration of autonomy be ostentatious.

Now that Renewed Hope is here

No Nigerian leader, in recent history, has shown this stuff of forthrightness, attunement and expansiveness at such a capricious time as now in the life of the nation.

Femi Adesina’s parting doctoral fraud

The fraud is even messier than it appears.

PMB lands softly on a sofa floor

Not fawning praise singing, but factual appraisal of opportunity given to serve the country, and to make a difference.

On eve of transition, Nigerian chef cooks up a storm

A country deeply divided by the outcome of the elections appears to have found a common ground in Hilda’s recipe.

As Nigeria prepares for the Zoom presidency

For every day he has spent in the country since being announced as Nigeria’s next president, President Buhari’s chosen successor has spent at least one and a half days outside.
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