Aribisala on Tuesday

What June 12 Reveals About Nigerian Democracy, By Femi Aribisala

...what the government has not done, and what it will not do, is to make official the result of the 1993 election. The 1993 election was annulled because of the The election was annulled because a free and fair election in Nigeria is unacceptable to the powers-that-be in the North.…
See More »
[sc:"post loop ad"]
Aribisala on Tuesday

Class Action Suit Against EKO Electricity Distribution Plc., By Femi Aribisala

“I’m as mad as hell, and I’m not going to take this anymore.” One of the seminal quotes of Wole Soyinka, Africa’s first Nobel laureate, was written while he, a Yoruba man, was in prison, fighting the injustice meted against the Igbo. Said Soyinka: “The man dies in all who…
See More »
Aribisala on Tuesday

The Worst Government In the History of Nigeria (1), By Femi Aribisala

Truth has fallen in the street of this misguided Buhari administration; so much so that abject failure has been camouflaged as its triumph. It is amusing, if not very disturbing, to see the number of people the Buhari administration has brought out of the woodwork to sing its praises on…
See More »
Aribisala on Tuesday

Don’t Believe the Lie: There Is No War Against Corruption In Nigeria (2), By Femi Aribisala

In its one-year in office, the government has not established a single institution or passed any legislation necessary to fight corruption. The much-ballyhooed Whistle-blower Act is still blowing in the wind. In Buhari’s first coming, he bamboozled Nigerians with a so-called War Against Indiscipline. This entailed treating Nigerians, young and…
See More »