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Alas the memory of others known for inflicting pain, injustice and bloody trail will be accursed with infamy, ignominy, irreverence; and not the least sighing. They will only join the pantheon of "the infamous"
The real problem is that when outrages like OAU and others happen, we shout, complain and just slink off, with hardly enough courage or stamina to stand up long enough for what we know is right, until the next horror story.
For Buhari to campaign on shoulders of these people and only turn to them after over seven million Nigerians lost their jobs under his watch and label lot of them as lazy, oops (misquoted) 'sit and do nothing' youth is beyond me.
Our dear President Muhammadu Buhari was quoted to have said that Nigerian youths do nothing and want everything for free because the nation is rich in oil. The president said this during a business conference in London, UK.
Analyst, Mr Segun Awosanya, writes on the 2019 general elections with focus on the Nigerian youth population, urging them to leave their comfort zones and actively participate in the political process to determine their future.
The cabal we are talking in this case are Babagana Kingibe and Abbakyari, who after discovering that the NIA had some other money stashed in the office, wanted to grab the money quietly but the NIA boss refused to play ball.
The writer of this piece, Idowu Samuel, highlights some factors that may inform the decision of people from the southwest in casting their votes for President Muhammadu Buhari in the forthcoming general elections.
Public affairs analyst, Segun Awosanya weighs in on the recent invasion of the Nigerian Senate and the comments of President Muhammadu Buhari concerning Nigerian youth, which has generated reactions across the country.
His Lordship Justice Binta Nyako at the federal high court sitting in the Federal Capital Territory last Friday, gave an instructive, landmark judgment in the matter between Mohammed Bello Adoke and the attorney general.
The grand plot was to hook and rattle the incumbent DG, before the NEMA Board. But his transparent leadership of the agency bailed him out. Rather the petitioners were consumed by the same bobby traps set for Maihaja.
Nigerians want the truth and they are patient enough for the legitimate processes to run their courses. Those rushing to crucify or exonerate Maihaja must therefore exercise patience. There is no room for jungle justice here.
The Executive Director of YIAGA Africa and Convener of the Not Too Young To run movement, Mr Samson Itodo, an elections enthusiast, writes on the challenges faced by African countries before, during and after their elections.
Nigeria’s Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Lt. Gen. Tukur Yusufu Buratai, a nationally acclaimed pacesetter, instantaneously keyed into this policy. He directed the Nigerian Army Finance Corps to initiate actions in this direction.
Following the announcement of President Buhari’s re-election, Femi Adesina, Special Adviser to President Buhari on Media and Publicity, writes about the achievements of the president and why he thinks he deserves re-election.
The writer notes that with his recent formal declaration on Monday, April 9, President Buhari is now geared for battle in 2019. However, she urges him to remember the antecedent of his predecessor, and give way if he loses.
Magnus Onyibe writes about the poor state of Nigeria’s health sector. From a personal perspective, Onyibe narrates sorrowfully how he lost his child in a Nigerian ‘high-brow’ hospital that does not basic medical facilities.
The special adviser to the president on media and publicity, Femi Adesina has penned an article titled “Softer side of President Buhari on display” giving us a perspective of President Muhammadu Buhari's softer side.
Following President Muhammadu Buhari's declaration to seek reelection in 2019, Azu Ishiekwene the Managing Director/Editor-In-Chief of The Interview in this piece talks about what the president owes politicians.
In this article, former spokesperson to ex-president Goodluck Jonathan, Reuben Abati, talks about Chief Ayo Adebanjo, a remarkable politician, lawyer, elder statesman, a patriot, and a nationalist of Yoruba extraction.
Calabar-based security analyst, Richard Murphy, writes on the counter-insurgency campaign of the Nigerian Army in the northeast, highlighting the key interventions made by the military in curbing the threats posed by Boko Haram.
Mr Pius Udenyi, a project manager based in Jos, the Plateau state capital, writes on the overstretched medical facilities in Benue at the moment, due to the ongoing attacks on communities in the state by armed herdsmen.
There are two options for those in contention for the presidency in 2019: run, or run away. Now that President Muhammadu Buhari has indicated his intention to run, dwarfs trying to wear a giant’s shoes should simply run away.