Columns

Bello Adoke: An Unusual Hero of Democracy, By Majeed Dahiru

The disqualification of Buhari ahead of the 2015 presidential election would have destabilised the opposition coalition confronting the PDP. The massive build-up of opposition forces whose rallying point was the person of Buhari would have collapsed like a pack of cards if Bello Adoke had towed the line of those…
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Opinion

The PDP and Its Wrong Sheriff, By Ahmed Oluwasanjo

Above all, the current infighting and bedlam in the PDP over Sheriff's emergence as the party's National Chairman reveals that the PDP has not learnt any lesson from the forced perpetuation of Bamanga Tukur's leadership; the exodus of its members; and eventually the 2015 general elections defeat. And should it…
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Opinion

PDP is Too Corrupt and Too Sick to Lead the Opposition, By SKC Ogbonnia

Posterity beckons on patriotic minds within the different opposition camps, therefore, to unite towards the path to a true democratic culture. Instead of the maddening rush to the ruling party, it is time to explore a new opposition party that is steadily alert to expose the weakness of the APC…
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Guest Columns

President Buhari, Where is the Change?, By Martins Obono

It's almost three weeks since President Muhammadu Buhari was sworn in to deliver the change he promised during the 2015 elections campaign. People have argued that it's too early to start holding this government accountable, but the truth is that President Muhammadu Buhari ought to be the most prepared president…
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Opinion

National Assembly “Crises”: Searching Seriously, By Olalekan Waheed Adigun

...it appears to me that APC strategists largely went on vacation after President Muhammadu Buhari was declared winner on March 31. They largely assumed that with its 60 members in the Senate, all was well. It also appears they assumed the PDP was “dead” beyond resurrection as a result of…
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