Buhari’s Dot-In-A-Circle And Makinde’s AK-47

Gov. Seyi Makinde (left) and President Buhari By Festus Adedayo Was it better that President Muhammadu Buhari remained unapologetically deaf to all entreaties to address Nigerians or open a window into his mind and reveal a cesspit of foul-smelling hate? Peradventure there were still nationalistic remnants among his coterie of admirers, after last Thursday’s interview the president granted Arise TV, they would be at the crossroads. Their dilemma may jolly well be addressed by a famous Maurice Switzer quote whose authorship had before now been a subject of controversies. Was…

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An Open Letter To President Buhari

By Dike Chukwumerije Mister President, I listened very closely to your last interview, and would respectfully like to respond to the parts that stung me the most. You are famous for saying a lot with a little. And, in that interview, you did not disappoint. It is an ability every good poet strives to have. But forgive me, this letter is rather long. Let us begin. Your solution to the farmer/herder crisis is not the correct one. You have asked us to understand that open grazing is part of the…

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Restructuring: The North, The South And Nigeria’s Future

By Clem Aguiyi This is the most interesting piece I have read on Restructuring so far and highlights why there is an urgent need for what l call Economic Fortification in the South.  The time to do that is NOW!  We no longer have the luxury of time…New Telegraph.  Give it to the North, they get what they want at every turn while the South do the talking. Most radical ideas that had shaped Nigeria’s political landscape often originated from the South only to be perfected to advantage by the…

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Again, Former President Obasanjo Writes Buhari

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo (left) and the current embattled Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari Dear President and General Buhari, Open Letter To President, General Muhammadu Buhari I am constrained to write to you this open letter. I decided to make it an open letter because the issue is very weighty and must be greatly worrisome to all concerned Nigerians and that means all right-thinking Nigerians and those resident in Nigeria. Since the issue is of momentous concern to all well-meaning and all right-thinking Nigerians, it must be of great concern to…

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