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Time to stop the mob madness

Mob action against those perceived to have crossed societal boundaries is on the rise in the country. From the North to the South, East to the West, mob action seems to have become the order of the day. Some people just take the law into…

Will Nigerians elect the right president in 2023?

Over the past six weeks, we considered the attributes the next president of Nigeria should possess. We started early so that Nigerians will have enough time to reflect on the type of country they want to have because that is a factor in…

2023: The president Nigeria needs (V)

Over the past five weeks, we have looked at attributes that the next Nigerian president should possess if the future of the country would be different from its present and immediate past. This series is predicated on the belief that voting…

2023: The president Nigeria needs —IV

In this series, we have already considered three attributes that Nigerian electorate should look out for in who they elect as the president in 2023. The need to elect the right person as president in 2023 can never be over-emphasized…

The President Nigeria needs 2

Last week, we started a series on the kind of leader Nigerians need to elect as president in the 2023 elections so as to put the nation on the path of greatness and the people on the path of prosperity and wellness. We continue today.…

2023: The President Nigeria needs

2023 is a crucial year for Nigeria. Being an election year, it would shape Nigeria’s future. It is the year when Nigerians will choose to either continue with the current slide or begin the journey to greatness. It is the year when…

Buhari and his futile marching orders

Last Thursday, President Muhammadu Buhari held a meeting with service and security chiefs as well as some ministers and special advisers, during which he gave a marching order to the police and security heads to rescue all kidnapped people…

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