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Politics Of Personal Interest And The Future Of Nigeria’s Democracy – Offor Honest

Politics Of Personal Interest And The Future Of Nigeria’s Democracy – Offor Honest

The preference for democracy over other forms of government is because of its people centeredness, its capacity to deliver good governance to the generality of the people and its emphasis on national good before personal or group interest. The greatest threat to Nigeria’s democracy today is not impunity as many people think but the promotion of personal interest before national ... Read More »

Malam Nuhu Ribadu: Between Ambition And Conscience – Amir Abdulazeez

Malam Nuhu Ribadu: Between Ambition And Conscience – Amir Abdulazeez

I no longer have any problem whatsoever with defections, re-defections and counter-defections of Nigerian politicians from one political party to another. The only reason why I am having a little problem with the issue now is because it involves Mallam Nuhu Ribadu. I have had three major encounters with Ribadu. Although I have been seeing and hearing of him for ... Read More »

#Pausibility: History will Never remember this Jonathan for Good – Adebayo Coker

#Pausibility: History will Never remember this Jonathan for Good – Adebayo Coker

Without regret, I am falling deeply for this temptation which I have eschewed for some time now. God knows I have tried and I am sure you too can attest to that. Even when I was tempted some weeks ago , when a particular junior minister, who ought to be busy with his national assignment, left his duty post to ... Read More »

Boko Haram: Is the Nigerian Government Sincere? – Karo Orovboni

Boko Haram: Is the Nigerian Government Sincere? – Karo Orovboni

Well, Boko Haram no longer need an introduction, the group announced itself in a way that thousands of Nigerian families will continue to grieve for their loved ones for many years to come. It would take decades to rebuild (if that’s even possible) the lives and properties that have suffered from Boko Haram devastation. The heinous sect is now a ... Read More »

Some Reflections On The Nigerian Electoral System – Usman Isyaku

Some Reflections On The Nigerian Electoral System – Usman Isyaku

On Election Day we visit the polling units to vote for candidates of our choice. Typically, the queues may be long and rowdy, filled with people from different age groups and occupational backgrounds. The weather might not be so friendly; it’s either too hot, wet, windy or a combined effect of any of those unpleasant conditions that sometimes create frustration ... Read More »

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