Six years later, the question left for Osinbajo to answer is whether it is all worth it.
Flashed on Buhari’s face was a sense of dejection. If anyone should understand him, it was Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury.
The Fulani were better off in Nigeria six years ago than they are today.
We know the madness of Okonkwo. It has a method to it. What afflicts Pete Edochie, we do not know.
In matters of great moral importance, making people uncomfortable while pursuing reform is not a sin.
It is all Olusegun Obasanjo’s fault.
If you think that killer Fulani herdsmen are evil, these clergymen are worse.
For so many in leadership positions in Nigeria, leadership is about greed soaked in platitudes.
We have to contend with watching the Lilliputians of the East take on the constitution-backed Gullivers who lord it over them.
We hope more people will choose Junaid Mohammed’s path of jaw-jaw and not the war-war option.