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 2019 Elections 2019 Elections: Still On Nigeria and the Leadership Lacuna

In less than 45 days from now, Nigerians would be presented with another chance to elect a new president, or decide to continue with the incumbent. Whether we agree or not, our experiences in the past as a people, whether good or ugly, have been partly (if not totally), a creation of the leaders we have at various helms of af....continue reading

 2019 Presidential Election 2019 Presidential Election: Nigeria Is Once Again Stuck With The Bad And The Ugly

Nigeria has witnessed terrible leadership for decades. We have been unfortunate to have been led by the bad, the worse and if care is not taking, the worst may soon be upon us. It is disheartening that in the twenty first century, Nigeria is still grappling with the challenge of effective leadership. In the light of this, 3....continue reading

 Top 3 Reasons Nigerian Politicians Are More Corrupt Than Their Peers In Other Countries Top 3 Reasons Nigerian Politicians Are More Corrupt Than Their Peers In Other Countries: If Nigerians Can Change, Nigeria Can Develop

One thing must be clear, a tree will always bear fruit after it’s kind. It is very unusual for you to find an orange fruit on an apple tree. Make the tree good and its fruit would be good was the advice of Jesus Christ.   While some people believe that politics is a game, some think it as a business and some see it as a means to an end. It is therefore very unlikely for you to find any politician who lacks motive....continue reading

 Towards 2019 General Elections Towards 2019 General Elections: Shouldn't Nigerians Be Asking For A Divine Rule Instead of Military or Para-Military Civilian Rule?

Shortly after Nigeria got her independence from the British Colonial Rule, the Military took over the affairs of governance in Nigeria. Ever since that period, Nigerians have hardly witnessed true political or Economic independence.   As a result of the gross underdevelopment, corruption, favoritism, nepotism and red-tapism that follows the continued dominance of Military men and officers in the rulership or governance....continue reading

 Divide And Rule Syndrome Divide And Rule Syndrome: How the British Government Changed Nigeria's Political System

Divide and rule (or divide and conquer, from Latin dīvide et imperā) in politics and sociology is gaining and maintaining ....continue reading

 Devolution of Powers In Nigeria Devolution of Powers In Nigeria: When The Center Cannot Hold, Decentralization Is Indispensable

In a quick glance of the state of affairs in Nigeria, one would call to remembrance, the state of affairs of the ancient Israel nation. For a long time in Israel, the family of  David from the tribe of Judah was ruling in Israel. Soon after Solomon the son of David, his own son Rehoboam became king in Israel, a position similar to that of President Mohammadu Buhari in Nigeria. Since he inherited the position, he had little or no....continue reading

 What Does An Average Nigerian Politician Have to Give? What Does An Average Nigerian Politician Have to Give?: As Everything Rises and Falls on Leadership

In the word of Dr John C. Maxwell, "Everything Rises and Falls on Leadership"; the implication of that assertion is that the leaders have the responsibility and the opportunity to shape the destiny of a people. From the time of Adam till date, the best leaders have not been the richest or the strongest - but they have been men and women of clarity of vision, correct character and dogged faith in the future. Where ....continue reading

 When Nigerian Politicians Share Money When Nigerian Politicians Share Money: Wise Nigerians Must Watchout

What many Nigerians grow up knowing is the high propensity of the elites to steal or embezzle the commonwealth of most Nigerians. From the local wards to the federal parliament, the norm is to crave for money to siphone from the national treasury. The resources that the FG, State Governments and even the LGs claim aren't enough to ease the pains of the populace are steadily, but slowly stolen from the treasury. What wor....continue reading

 Was President Buhari Right About The Laziness of Nigerian Youths? Was President Buhari Right About The Laziness of Nigerian Youths?:

The story of Nigeria is a funny story of unending seasons of paradox and all sorts. More than anything else, Nigerians have being victims of leadership cycle in Nigeria. Those who are leading the country presently were leaders some decades back and are still leaders. Infact, the only group of Nigerians that have never been in leadership are the majority of Nigerian population - the youths! Some days ago, while addressing the press, P....continue reading

 The Burden of Nationhood The Burden of Nationhood: How Nigerians Must Deliver Nigeria

Nigeria is said to be a State (Country) comprising 371 ethnic groups spread across the 774 Local Government Areas in 36 states of the Federation and the Federal Capital Territory. As a State, certain things are presumed to be in existence, which makes other States in the world to relate with Nigeria and even trade with Nigeria. Nigeria is presumed to be a Nation (a large body of people united by common descent, history, culture, or l....continue reading

 The Pride of Governance in Nigeria The Pride of Governance in Nigeria: When Purpose is Unknown, Abuse Is Inevitable

Governance is simply the action or manner of governing a state, organization, etc. To govern basically mean to rule or control. In the face of the reality of governance, which is anything done with the intent of exercising rule or control over or among a people; we must examine our corporate experience in Nigeria and compare it with the ideal. In my own opinion; governance is premised on the foundation of order,....continue reading

 Fence Sitting Generation Fence Sitting Generation: How Leaders Are Never Born

One generation passes away, and another generation comes; but the earth abides (remains) forever - Ecclesiastes 1:4. While the earth remains, nations in every continent of the world remains. In every nation, there are generations of citizens – some emerging, while others are simply passing out. However, it is said that in every generation; there are those who make things happe....continue reading

 APC & PDP APC & PDP: Why Nigerians Must Be Careful!

Sometime ago in 2014, I was pressed to write an article titled - "Goodluck Jonathan & General Buhari: Why Nigerians Must Be Careful!"; looking back now; I feel pressed again to write the same words to Nigerians across the world. In a bid to avoid missing words; I have decided to go back to that same article and share its very content with us again. If this article was relevant in 2014; I think it is relevant now to us as Nigerian....continue reading

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