Guest Columns

Beyond Belief: Soludo’s Article on Economic Management Deficit in Facts, Logic and Honour, By Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala

For anyone who has not read Professor Charles Soludo’s article in the Vanguard (online version) on January 25 2015, I would encourage them to do so. It is littered with abusive and unbecoming language. It shows how an embittered loser in the Nigerian political space can get so derailed that…
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Architecture of The Post-Jonathan Administration, By Dr. Kayode Fayemi

We commend Professor Chukwuma Soludo’s for his insightful and incisive article published on January 26th in the Vanguard Newspaper, The Nation Newspaper and major online news platforms under the above title. We agree with Professor Soludo that if the political parties, including ours, must justify the overwhelming enthusiasm of Nigerians…
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Nigerian Dilemma: Between a flawed Buhari and a failed President Jonathan, By Bode Omojola

The Good Ol’ Days Positive reminiscences about the past are often reflective about how we feel about the present. When people speak about “the good ol’ days,” it is often because they are disappointed with the current state of affairs. Rather than constituting a mere altruistic appraisal of history, expressions…
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The Chance of Prosperity Vs Poverty of Austerity, By Bola Ahmed Tinubu

Reason for Macroeconomic Policy This serves as a companion to my recent commentary on slumping oil prices. As hoped, that prior intervention helped stir discussion on the critical issue of our economic wellbeing and the best policy direction to take in order to ensure that well-being. I would like to…
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Buhari Nostalgia Meets a Failed Presidency in Nigeria, By Bode Omojola

The Good Ol’ Days Positive reminiscences about the past are often reflective about how we feel about the present. When people speak about “the good ol’ days,” it is often because they are disappointed with the current state of affairs. Rather than constituting a mere altruistic appraisal of history, expressions…
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Buhari’s Certificate: How Fani-Kayode “Forged” My Friend’s Email, By Suraj Oyewale

I was on my way to work on the morning of Monday, January 26, when my friend, Sodiq Alabi, sent me a Facebook message asking me how to contact THISDAY newspapers since I am more familiar with newspaper houses as a regular contributor to issues in national dailies. Sodiq included…
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Guest Columns

Buhari vs Jonathan: Beyond The Election, By Chukwuma Charles Soludo

I need to preface this article with a few clarifications. I have taken a long sabbatical leave from partisan politics, and it is real fun watching the drama from the balcony.  Having had my own share of public service (I do not need a job from government), I now devote…
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