”It is clear that the two leading contenders for Nigeria’s top job have very distinct ideas on how the economy should run – each model with its own set of consequences. The ball is now in the court of Nigerians to decide the kind of economy that they desire to have and who they deem best to deliver it”.… Read More Buhari vs Atiku: Economic policies
Hi blogfam! It’s the second edition of ‘What’s hot’ (first edition), I know I had said it would be weekly but with the look of things, fortnightly seems more realistic for now. let’s get cracking, shall we? Falz vs yahoo boys So last week, Falz, a Nigerian musician, was under fire on twitter for saying… Read More What’s hot? Vol 2. Falz vs Nigeria’s moral fibre, Buhari’s voice note and Nigeria’s oil governance.
Hello blogfam, apologies for being away for so long, it sure feels like ages..let’s just say April was pretty overwhelming with lots of work and personal demands but I am back now 🙂 I feel that it has been pretty intense serious on the blog for the most part this year, So I shall try to… Read More Vive la France! WEF Africa and other news
It is no news that we have very weak institutions in Nigeria and overtime these institutions have failed to deliver any democratic dividends for Nigerians. However, it will be disingenuous and a disservice to those who fought for our democracy to say that we have not made any gains (albeit fickle) in our quest for… Read More The DSS’s arrest of Judges, El-Rufai’s ban of the Shiite movement and why we should all be concerned about Nigeria’s Democracy.
On Monday April 25th 2016, Fulani herdsmen attacked a village in Enugu state killing about 50 people, it wasn’t until Wednesday that the president finally reacted to this horrible massacre. To be more accurate, he didn’t actually address Nigerians directly but issued a statement through one of his spokespersons.Not only was I incensed that it… Read More Buhari, Fulani herdsmen and the value of a Nigerian life.
During a meeting with the Nigerian community in London on Thursday 4th February, President Buhari said about N2.2 trillion has been realised since the implementation of the Treasury Single Account (TSA), in his words; “This government did not initiate it. It was the previous government. But it was so unpopular to the bureaucracy and the… Read More Buhari: We recovered N2.2trillion in three months; are we reaping the benefits of the Treasury Single Account (TSA) already?