When Tinubu offered to run with Atiku in 2007, it wasn’t because he was insensitive to Christians.
Boko Haram and bandits have now banded together and have a wider sphere of operation than they ever did before Buhari came to power.
I hope that for the future of Nigeria, people of conscience and foresight will prevail on the Buhari regime.
INEC will take the lion’s share of the blame if this democratic experiment dies.
It’s all a giant deception.
If Jonathan couldn’t reverse a bag of rice to the amount it was when he assumed power in 2010, why do people think he can reduce a bag of rice from N33,000 to N11,000 if reelected?
You can’t have a country if a huge segment of it is forced to expend energies trying to get out of it.
It takes an outsider to prod us to think outside the box to upend staid traditions, subvert taken-for-granted assumptions, and upturn settled, ossified, and faulty certainties.
I could have chosen to make this message private, but the ongoing ASUU strike in Nigeria’s public universities is a public issue.
Centuries of separation haven’t severed our linguistic and cultural links. That’s fascinating.