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2023 Presidency Election: Zoning, Should the Young Ones Be Given a Chance to Rule?

We have probably heard the saying “leaders of tomorrow” a trillion times used in describing the youths and teenagers. Are the youths and teens the leaders of tomorrow? If they are, why haven’t they been given a chance to lead or govern? Or are they to hijack powers from the older generation instead of a…

Prof. Yemi Osinbajo: Restructuring

For years, the former Attorney General of Lagos State has always been an advocate of a restructured Nigeria. The Vice Resident, Yemi Osinbajo shows concern on the issues of restructuring. Directing his concern to the Supreme court, he states that fiscal restructuring could serve as the bedrock for a restructured Nigeria. In the Vice President’s…

Miyetti Allah, North-to-South-Blockade: Some Critics Opinion

  Rising from the recent ethnic clash between the south-west and the northerners at the Sasha Market in Oyo State, prices of agricultural produces has been hiked and this has led to mixed reactions from the public as to how reasonable/genuine* the decision of the blockade is by the Amalgamated Union of Foodstuff and Cattle…

Hoodlums Set Sunday Igboho House On Fire

Hoodlums Set Sunday Igboho House On Fire

Hoodlums Set Sunday Igboho House On Fire The issue of herdsmen in the country is not at its peak. Every media outlet both print and the broadcast media even the new age media (social media) had something to say about it this week. Last week it was the news that the governor of Ondo State,…

Bayelsa: Tribunal nullifies election, orders new polls

According to reports coming in from multiple sources (including Punch and Vanguard Newspapers), The Bayelsa Governorship Election Petition Tribunal sitting in Abuja has nullified the election of Governor Duoye Diri. Today Monday August 17, 2020, the Justice Mohammed Sirajo-led three-man panel ruled that the election was unlawful based on INEC’S exclusion of Advanced Nigeria Democratic…

Political Godfathers in Nigeria

Political Godfathers in Nigeria

Godfathers” in Nigerian politics don’t usually run for office themselves, but many believe they are the ones who decide the election winners and losers. The conflict arising from godfatherism has become one of the greatest problems facing the Nigerian political system. The holder of the political  position becomes a stooge to his godfather because he…

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