HOW TO GET AWAY WITH CORRUPTION IN NIGERIA

Many scholars have attempted, albeit with mixed results, to define corruption in the past. While some of these eager-to-impress ‘intellectuals’ make average sense, others have simply displayed crass ignorance in trying to define a term so pervasive, yet equally knotty a concept in Nigerian polity and politics.This writer intends to learn from the experience of … Continue reading HOW TO GET AWAY WITH CORRUPTION IN NIGERIA

ROTIMI AMEACHI, NYESOM WIKE AND THAT DISGRACEFUL RIVERS ELECTION.

  Nigeria as a nation ought to improve on the gains we’ve made in our electoral process, not go back to the days of “operation wetie and the wild wild west” I was never a fan of former president Goodluck Jonathan. In fact, I believe he was a disaster as Nigeria’s president. But I respect … Continue reading ROTIMI AMEACHI, NYESOM WIKE AND THAT DISGRACEFUL RIVERS ELECTION.

CATEGORIZING NIGERIANS- TIMI AKEGBEJO

As a student of the social sciences, almost- if not all of my writings are born  of observations. Eagle-eyed observations about social life in Nigeria and the ruminations of the average Nigerian vis-a-vis the capacity of government to bring about transformation. Based on observed sentiments, I have grouped Nigerians into 3 categories;     • … Continue reading CATEGORIZING NIGERIANS- TIMI AKEGBEJO

ON PRESIDENT BUHARI AND THE RULE OF LAW

Fiat Justitia Ruat caelum- Let justice be done though the heavens fall. Let's make this clear: Nnamdi kanu, Zakzaky, dasuki and others who may have threatened the Nigerian state through their actions and words ought to be prosecuted. Let me also state that i am in total support of president buhari's war on corruption. Every … Continue reading ON PRESIDENT BUHARI AND THE RULE OF LAW