PMB, Atiku and the Illusion of a Party, By Louis Odion

But beyond the brickbats between the Buhari people and the Atiku camp are the weightier issues. Hard-hitting as they may sound, let it be said that varied responses by Buhari's agents so far hardly address perhaps the core question inadvertently raised by the Atiku/Alhassan challenge: How much of a party…
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Guest Columns

Leadership Recruitment: The Adefarasin Doctrine, By Louis Odion

With that gesture, Adefarasin is undoubtedly following in the illustrious steps of Archbishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa during Apartheid South counted it ungodly for the church to remain aloof in the season of moral turbulence, particularly when social justice comes under assault. Lately, the chief priest of the House…
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Good Governance and Anti-Corruption Crusade Must Go Together, By Jibrin Ibrahim

Over the past five days, my good friend, Bishop Mathew Kukah has been subjected to widespread criticisms and attacks for allegedly calling on President Buhari to focus on governance rather than the pursuit of the Jonathan regime for corruption. I have been unable to find exactly what Bishop Kukah said…
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Democracy and Governance

Bishop Kukah’s Grave Misreading, By Okey Ndibe

Last week, as part of festivities celebrating the 80th birthday of Nobel laureate Wole Soyinka, Bishop Matthew Kukah of the Catholic Diocese of Sokoto delivered a lecture titled “Wole Soyinka: 80 Years of Genius and Prophetic Outrage”. It was a remarkable lecture in several ways, including its sweep, its blend…
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