Unless a miracle happens, when Nigeria’s obituary is written, the name of Ahmed Lawan will be at the top of the list of the undertakers.
Dementia has made Buhari a pitiful puppet who is easily manipulated and swayed by anybody with private access to him.
Let us, therefore, march manfully together to alter the course of this nation once again for all and to place it on the path of progress, unity and equality.
History teaches that the second edition of a tragic event could easily become a farce – in spite of the heroism of its human agencies.
You can choose when to have a military government, but often, you can’t decide when, or even if, they would leave.
The loss of legitimacy, the increased willingness to challenge the state, are just a preview of Buhari’s over-reliance on the use of force.
As for me, Eddie is my uncle, in whom I am well-pleased.
Part of the reason we’re reluctant to celebrate the living is the fear of being misunderstood as angling to win their favour through flattery.
More than any leader, Buhari has hurt Nigeria’s unity, been insensitive to our plight, and done things to worsen them.
Six years later, the question left for Osinbajo to answer is whether it is all worth it.