Columns

Politicians, Citizens and the Agony of Decision Making, By Jibrin Ibrahim

As the political class accelerates its activities in the coming weeks and months, the Nigerian voter is also clearly in a painful process of decision-making. The Buhari administration has not delivered sufficiently on its promise of improved security, more jobs and a successful war against corruption. It would therefore have…
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Columns

Needless Furore Over Election Sequence, By Zainab Suleiman Okino

...those who think the current arrangement is targeted at President Buhari are actually stoking the fire of discord among politicians and heating up the polity. Nigerians should bear in mind that when the changes were made to the election sequence in 2010, it was to the advantage of then President…
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Opinion

2019 Elections: Programmed To Fail?, By Samson Itodo

The National Assembly should rise to the occasion and compel the president to urgently fill the existing vacancies at the INEC’s ability to deliver credible and peaceful 2019 elections will be determined by the level of support and cooperation it enjoys from different stakeholders, especially the executive. The Independent National…
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