Corrupt Ban

  By Oji Odu What does the Federal Government stand to gain by heating up the polity filled with overheated, overstretched, overburdened and vulnerable Nigerians who seem to have lost hope of a better tomorrow? Why dash their frail suicidal minds against brick walls of Executive decisions, according to some quarters, just to score cheap political points? The decision of the Federal Government in line with its anti-corruption campaign, to ban about 50 prominent Nigerians from travelling outside the country has rather raised more dust than attract more support. This…

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2019 Election: Vetoing Buhari’s Veto

By Oji Odu It may not yet be uhuru for the National Assembly whose quest for reordering of the sequence for the 2019 general election as put forward by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) was upheld by the Appeal Court after President Muhammadu Buhari vetoed it. The daunting poser remains: Why is the President and the All Progressives Congress (APC) against the reordering of the 2019 elections which kicks off with the Presidential election in spite of its popularity claims? Why does the National Assembly think that the INEC…

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Federal Governments Questionable Security Deployment

By Oji Odu Given the recurring spate of killings, invasion and alleged occupation of parts of Middle Belt states and parts of the north, and the non chalant and indifferent stance of Federal Government to the problem in spite of several security deployments, why should the the President Muhammadu Buhari government continue to deploy security personnel to the areas that have been invaded by fulani herdsmen or bandits with the attendant pathetic loss of lives and properties? Of what use are these deployments when the perpetrators of the killings continue…

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