Category Archive: Politics

People’s Democratic Party and 2019 Presidential Election

The People’s Democratic Party of Nigeria (PDP) is arguably the foremost opposition political party in Nigeria today even though they are currently mired in an intraparty warfare for the chairmanship of the party. The party is currently in a mess and they are so factionalized that they cannot even see straight. Mr. Ali Modu Sherriff …

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People’s Democratic Party and 2019 Presidential Election

The People’s Democratic Party of Nigeria (PDP) is arguably the foremost opposition political party in Nigeria today even though they are currently mired in an intraparty warfare for the chairmanship of the party. The party is currently in a mess and they are so factionalized that they cannot even see straight. Mr. Ali Modu Sherriff …

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Executive Impunity and Rascality

Nigeria is a country that seems to be in perpetual crisis primarily due to lack of adherence to the rule of law by various branches of government and rampant corruption. President Buhari was elected to office on condition that he will fight corruption and restore discipline in the country. The bitter truth is that there …

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Central Bank of Nigeria and Foreign Exchange

Central bank of Nigeria (CBN) has been struggling to stabilize Naira against major foreign currencies, especially dollar, Euro and British pound since Naira was floated. So far, Central bank’s effort has not yielded desired result. The CBN goal is to stabilize Naira to where it will trade at 300 or below to one dollar. The …

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Corruption and Primitive Wealth Accumulation

How can one explain the sheer wickedness of some Nigerians and the hardship and sufferings they are inflicting on their fellow citizens. Public service is supposed to be a call to duty for individuals to serve their fellow citizens, but some Nigerians have turned it into an avenue for primitive wealth accumulation. Primitive wealth accumulation …

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