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Buhari as Tinubu’s placeholder

A few days back, the camp of Senator Bola Tinubu said the choice of Senator Kashim Shettima as the running mate to the former Lagos governor is irrevocable. On Thursday, the party shelved the scheduled unveiling of the former Borno governor…

Ariwoola and the curse of Onnoghen

On Wednesday, July 24, 2019, President Muhammadu Buhari swore in Justice Muhammed Tanko as the substantive Chief Justice of Nigeria. Exactly three years after, the president consented Tanko gotta go, and his forced resignation was leaked on…

Are you Obidient?

If mail-in is included in Nigeria’s electoral culture, which allows for ballots to be cast ahead of elections and in the comfort of voters’ homes, former Anambra governor and presidential candidate of Labour Party, Mr Peter Obi, will likely…

The good news from Court of Appeal

In the midst of the miasma oozing from the Supreme Court, the Judiciary could do with a fresh breath from somewhere within itself. Yes, stakeholders are scampering to contain the burst in the sewer, but the stunningly unprecedented…

Aluta spirit possesses CJN’s mates

Justices of the Supreme Court of Nigeria are angry, but politics has not allowed Nigerians to notice, even when those angry men and women, can, with a stroke of pen, demolish political aspirations, permutations and victories. How underrated…

Adamu’s coup and an inconsequential president

Has anyone noticed VeePee Yemi Osinbajo is always gazing into the eyeball of people who engage him in conversations, even while wearing an expressionless visage? Psychology says a lot about his kind, particularly in the area of mental…

How will President Buhari pray next time?

Seven years into his stint on the throne of the Nigerian presidency, Muhammadu Buhari, the Second, (The First, was the military General), has been pictured like twice, sitting on a chair, for prayer, under the watchful lens of the camera.…

Dakkada Nigeria

Orange is the official colour of Akwa Ibom State and a revolution appears on. Her “Orange Revolution”, however, isn’t exactly the kind that gripped Ukraine, between November 22, 2004 and January 23, 2005. A leader was not wanted in Kyiv.…

Now that CMD has resurrected

CMD Road is very popular with Lagos residents and regular visitors. It sits just meters away from the expressway, inward Lagos from Ibadan. It connects the popular Otedola bridge to the Shangisha community, including the upscale Magodo…

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