And how could we forget that he performs miracles, too?
Unfortunately, irrespective of the climate, democracy is messy.
For the first time in my life, I ran away from sensible advice and borrowed my neighbour’s wife for a day.
Instead of things getting better, I fear that they are getting worse.
If we fail to move in and dominate our domain and even beyond, some of the edifices that we are building today will be desolate in the next 50 years.
I have realised the top ten things Atiku forgot in Aso Rock, for which he is determined to try for the sixth time to be president.
My fellow Nigerians, trust me when I say that no matter how dark it looks, we are on the right path.
How to slap and how not to slap is the essence of the question.
The Abia South Senatorial District politician spoke on Sunday on 90MinutesAfrica, an online current affairs programme hosted by Rudolf Okonkwo and Chido Onumah.
Whatever supports itself with a gun is an enemy.