Columns

Political Vendetta Or Anti-corruption War?, By Zainab Suleiman Okino

But for President Muhammadu Buhari, who has made this war the fight of his life and on whose crest he rode to power, we had expected a more forceful and robust anti-corruption war that knows no boundaries. It is therefore appalling, that not much has changed over the years; as…
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Opinion

Illegality of the ‘Suspension’ of Justice Onnoghen, By Inibehe Effiong

President Buhari cannot suspend the CJN. The CCT cannot give an order directing the president to remove or suspend the CJN. The CCT cannot ask the CJN to "step aside". This conspiratorial attack on the institution of the judiciary is a dangerous precedent. Can a judge give an order suspending…
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Columns

The Peoples Democratic Congress And The All Progressives Party, By ‘Fisayo Soyombo

The Nigerian electorate must analyse the raging prostitution of partisan interests beyond its potential to oust Buhari from government. It may or may not hurt Buhari in 2019, but it will surely hurt democracy and, by extension, the people. There has never been a time in Nigeria’s political history when…
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Opinion

From Buhari to Adeosun: The Ethical Question, By Sufuyan Ojeifo

Truth is, Adeosun has lost her moral high ground to continue to occupy that very important office. A perjurer and dodger cannot be a fit and proper person for the position of the nation’s "chancellor of the exchequer". Facts and figures about the economy and finance, which have always been…
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Columns

The Men Who Shouldn’t Be In Buhari’s Government, By ‘Fisayo Soyombo

By ordering Abdulrasheed Maina's dismissal from civil service, Buhari merely played to the gallery. If he is genuinely interested in fighting corruption, the facilitators of Maina's reinstatement should be sacked as well. Unless the masterminds of Maina's backdoor recall have been dealt with, Buhari is just glossing over the matter.…
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