Whatever its shortcomings, consensus appears to be the APC’s homegrown answer to the growing calls to self-democratise.
Will Smith’s assault on Chris Rock won’t be the last unscripted highlight of the Oscar and other Hollywood big nights.
The perpetrators of Yahoo-Yahoo in Akeredolu’s class and party also have the security agencies at their beck and call.
It’s hard to ignore the echoes of disarray from the APC tent or to pretend that when the rains fall, it would be APC’s problem alone.
“Of all five of us in that picture,” he asked, “how many still have their fathers alive?”
If Buhari was interested in saving smaller parties, he would have sponsored a bill that dismantles the current system.
How successfully journalists manage the innovations and issues technology throws at them would determine whether or not and how far they succeed as mediators.
Zuckerberg and other tech entrepreneurs who have changed our world never pretended they’re out to finish what Mother Teresa started.
Far from being settled, the idea of where the next president would come from is still a very open question.
Buhari’s government must end the shameful avarice and illegality and do what the law says.