Need for agitators to rethink on 2023 election

I think people talking about election not holding in 2023 should have a rethink because of possible consequences of not having one and should not necessarily insist on not having one.

One major consequence of elections not holding is tenure elongation for the Buhari administration. The best and wise option is to focus on producing a workable document for the nation now and not later.

Trying to change the rule in the middle of the game could spell disaster. It would be a big shame if the African Union and ECOMOG troops have to restore democracy in Nigeria if the agitations lead to derailment of the democratic process. This would be like taking many steps backwards.

It isn’t region, religion, tribe or gender of political appointments that really worries me but the disappointment by the time they quit. There is a need to balance the sheet; they come and raise the hope of the people that things will change, but this is not the case when they leave, it doesn’t look like they leave the office better than they met it. There is the need to ask a fundamental question; are they making the right appointments or just being sentimental? Nigeria is blessed with highly intellectual and experienced people in all fields of life, yet, we put the wrong people in office.

  • J.D Korode, 07032284753.


We Have Not Had Water Supply In Months ― Abeokuta Residents

In spite of the huge investment in the water sector by the government and international organisations, water scarcity has grown to become a perennial nightmare for residents of Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital. This report x-rays the lives and experiences of residents in getting clean, potable and affordable water amidst the surge of COVID-19 cases in the state…

Selfies, video calls and Chinese documentaries: The things you’ll meet onboard Lagos-Ibadan train

The Lagos-Ibadan railway was inaugurated recently for a full paid operation by the Nigerian Railway Corporation after about a year of free test-run. Our reporter joined the train to and fro Lagos from Ibadan and tells his experience in this report…

You might also like

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. AcceptRead More