Guest Columns

Fuel Subsidy Removal: The Path of Least Resistance, By Chris Ngwodo

Having taken decisive action, Buhari and his officials must avoid spouting condescending homilies to Nigerians on perseverance and sacrifice. The subsidy on fuel is an emotive issue for good reason. In a nation marked by severe inequality and devoid of any social safety net, the subsidy represented even, if in…
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Guest Columns

This Social Media Deserves To Be Banned, By Adekoya Boladale

“Hopefully, someday we will get tired of this attitude of voting people out and start focusing on voting people in” – Ayodele Sogunro One of the identified problems militating against our development as a country is not just the absence of qualitative leadership but lack of intelligent electorates. For a nation far…
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Guest Columns

APC Leaders and the National Assembly Debacle, By Olukayode Thomas

In this season of political correctness, when many of our elites and thousands of political jobbers and hustlers with ‘excellent resume and contacts’ are looking for all manners of appointments, speaking against the interest of the ruling class is an abomination. The reason we abhor or are stingy with the…
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Adeolu Ademoyo

Bukola Saraki, Buhari’s “Change” and the Opportunism of Nigerian Political Elites, By Adeolu Ademoyo

...importantly, in the run up to the so-called Senate election, the real choice was never about autonomy/independence of the Senate. Rather, the real choice was and is between a Senate dependent on PDP as we now have it under Bukola Saraki or one whose moral vision is consistent with the…
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