There are so many things about the Nigerian politics that keep you rather amused and sometimes keep you disturbed and wondering what type of people the politicians are made of.
We have seen the level of brazenness and tugry easily exhibited in the polity, we have seen the level of insincerity and the artistry displayed in the act of deception perpetrated against the electorate. We have also seen the attitude of winner takes all in which the opposing party looses every thing while the winner gallivant with the glamour and goodies of office to exclusion of the other party.
One aspect that is really amusing and yet worrying is the politics of carpet crossing (Decamping as it now called) Continue reading “The Politics of Carpet Crossing”
The federal Government of Nigeria has scored herself high marks for the two years they have spent so far in governing Nigeria. In the Democracy day speech, delivered by the Acting President on behalf of the President Muhammad Buhari, Proffesor Osinbajo’s main trust of the speech focused on the three major areas of priority which he said were Security, Corruption and Economy. He went on … Continue reading APC Marks Two Years of Governance in Nigeria
When in April 2014 about 250 girls were abducted by the Boko Haram members, there was shock, unbelief, anger and of course apprehension on the enormous task of bringing back the girls without causing harm to any of them The unbelief on the part of the government in power at that time allowed the Boko Haram members to make away with the girls without trace. … Continue reading The Release of the Chibok Girls
The spate of comments following the illness of President Mohammad Buhari is highly unAfrican. Illness in whatever form is part of the fundamentals that surround the existence of humans in this life. By nature human beings departed from that state of perfection (according to the scriptures) when he was cursed by God following the grevious sin he and wife committed in the garden of Eden. … Continue reading NOBODY IS IMMUNED FROM ILLNESS
One good thing that has happened to our dear country Nigeria is having as the president a man called Muhammad Buhari. I am writing this blog not as a politician but as very keen observer of the Nigerian politics for quite sometime. We have seen various types of leaders and leadership styles exhibited by these leaders and have come to the conclusion that sets aside … Continue reading WHY PRESIDENT MUHAMMAD BUHARI MUST NOT DIE NOW
We do easily take our day to day activities for granted and tend to forget that these activities are under the control of a superntural being. I was sipping a cup of tea sometime ago , apparently to cool it before swallowing. I noticed that while sipping, the stream of air could be swept into the lung while the tea was automatically held back in … Continue reading We are wonderfully made
The human race is yet to be revealed with much of natures secrets. In trickles they are however being revealed and each revelation has been made to solve some unique human challenges. Who knows, a few years ago, that sound waves could serve as a fire extinguisher. Well that feat is what has been successfully demonstrated by two graduating engineering students of George Mason University. … Continue reading TWO GRADUATING STUDENTS INVENT SOUND WAVES FIRE EXTINGUISHER
Is the Ooni of Ife, Oba Okunade Sijuade dead? This is the question being asked by many Nigerians especially the Yorubas. He was said to have died at a London hospital after a brief illness. His death has however been denied by the Royal Traditional council, insisting that the Oba is hail and hearty. In the tradition of the Yorubas, it is not a norm … Continue reading Ooni of Ife rumoured dead
Are you aware of this? The last time I visited Paypal website I was shocked to see that among the league of nations, Nigeria name was conspicuously ommited by the internet payment platform. It was shameful and annoying. I thought how on earth should my country be blacklisted by any organisation. Whatever the situation of the country, many countries are still worse off yet these … Continue reading Payment through Paypal, how it affects Nigerians
The response of the French President, François Hollande and the people of France to the killing of fourteen people by Islamic terrorists was historic First the alertness of the public helped the police to effectively track and follow the terrorist until they were liquidated. In another society where the citizens are frustrated and disillusioned,where poverty and corruption reign supreme the type of cooperation exhibited by … Continue reading Reflections on the Charlie Hebdo massacre (part 2)