Opinion

Buhari and the Birth of the Far Right In Nigeria, By Majeed Dahiru

Far right leaders often leave their nations divided. Their style of leadership often leads to the hardening of extreme positions by all conflicting groups, with those feeling marginalised and unprotected resorting to Buhari’s inaction have emboldened killer herdsmen to continue their murderous activities throughout Central and Southern Nigeria. We are…
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Opinion

Zahra and Aisha Buhari As Fashionable Aso Rock Clinic Critics, By ‘Fisayo Soyombo

If Buhari cannot fix the Aso Rock clinic, how on earth will Zahra or Aisha convince the people that he can fix the larger health sector, or even the country itself? Their public upbraid of the clinic is self-indictive, unless they can prove that they tried, but failed, to privately…
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Opinion

Whistleblowing – A Potent Weapon Against Corruption, By Ibrahim Magu

We at EFCC welcome this initiative as we value working with the civil society as a vehicle to reach the rest of the citizens. It is our hope that through interventions like this we are going to speak with one voice against corruption and the corrupt, and jointly work to…
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Opinion

NNPC: Buhari’s Autumn As Moral Czar?, By Louis Odion

If we are to believe that President Muhammadu Buhari (PMB) didn't know or couldn't have sanctioned all these all along, as being canvassed by his advocates, then there can only be a more frightening certainty: the president must be utterly oblivious of key happenings around him, being technically out of…
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Bámidélé Upfront

Between Baru and Kachikwu: Spite, Arrogance and Power Grab, By Bámidélé Adémólá-Olátéjú

It does not pass the smell test that Maikanti Baru initiated contracts for services beyond his pay grade and went ahead to sit as the chairman of the Tenders Board where he approved all the contracts he proposed, without prior approval by the NNPC Board of Directors. Ibe Kachikwu's sequence…
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