Atiku Abubakar has said he will continue to support the restructuring of the country because the report of the 1995/96 Constitution Drafting Committee was not what was eventually released and foisted on the people of the country in 1999.
In this regard, Buhari who is so much concerned about fighting corruption and saving the nation’s revenue from being frittered away by corrupt political leaders would do well to take up the chairmanship of the EFCC.
Reasonable Nigerians have been wondering about the underlying reasons for this call, especially at this precarious time when all hands are expected to be on deck for revamping the national economy.
Religious leaders and preachers should play the role of prophets of justice and peace. True Prophets must never contribute to the hate speeches that can put the nation asunder.
It is important to state from the outset that most African leaders have failed themselves and the nations they govern in health care delivery to their citizens.
In the spirits of several bilateral agreements between Nigeria and the United States of America (USA) particularly the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty (MLAT), signed by the two countries on September 13, 1989, the American government has renewed its commitment to assisting Nigeria in the fight against corruption.
The party flayed Governor Ayo Fayose of Ekiti State and his ilk for allegedly playing politics with the health challenge of President Buhari who is being treated for an unknown ailment in the United Kingdom (UK).
In 2015, it was the Southwest that provided the needed strength for Buhari and the APC to win the presidential elections in which Osinbajo, a nominee of the zone’s political interests, became the Vice-President.
Is it the matter of the incessant violent attacks of farmers by armed Fulani herdsmen and the apparently conspiratorial silence and deliberate criminal inaction of the armed security forces to check these ugly trends?
For Bafarawa to be taken seriously, he must avoid this blame game for a better gambit in the language that people now understand :good governance, integrity and selfless service for our dear nation.
In the face of recent clamour for secession by some segments of the country, Acting President Professor Yemi Osinbajo recently met with 20 traditional rulers from five states of the Southeast on June 18, 2017 at the Aso Rock Villa.
Even as the dust raised by the quit notice for the Igbo in the north by a coalition of Arewa youths is yet to settle and the controversy surrounding the health of President