Guest Columns

Nnamani and the Abuja Racket, By Louis Odion

On electoral reforms, one of its priorities should be helping to formulate a constitutional basis for the adoption of the innovative card-reader to become part of our electoral culture, thereby quashing noxious precedent set not too long ago by the court which had curiously entered a judgement invalidating its use.…
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Opinion

Now that Uche Ekwunife Has Defected to APC, What’s Next?, By Chukwuma Okonkwo

Nigerian politicians are widely known for such incessant defections. This brings home the question of whether Nigerian politicians actually hold, close to their heart, party ideologies. The way Nigerian politicians defect from one party to another speaks volume of how party politics has been ridiculed in Nigeria. Today, we see…
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Opinion

Buhari Is My Nigeria’s Man of the Year, By Charles Anyiam

On getting into office, Buhari's resolve to return Nigeria to the path of sanity was unwavering. Saddled with an almost intimidating range of challenges - from a crumbling economy, poor international ratings, corruption to terrorism, Buhari remained undaunted. His appearance at the Presidential Villa in Abuja seems to have cast…
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