‘Slow, slow, fast’ is discipline and perhaps Buhari’s newer democratic approach to the “War against Indiscipline” without human rights queries. Buhari is in control and let us hope it translates in better governance for Nigeria.
First, I will start with my State Governor, Emmanuel Ewetan Uduaghan aka Asamaigor (a title given to him by sycophants, which made his head ‘swell’ up). Hello Governor, who could have thought that the power you weighed 8 years ago will leave you so soon?
Mr. Fred Ajudua, who was fuming with uncontrollable rage, took a rod in his house and started hitting late Mr. Emeka Oniawa on the head and every other part of his body. The deadly blows from the rod, coupled with the other beating already given to the trio, resulted in late Emeka bleeding from the ear, nose and mouth
My brother Kola Adebayor, has now been in Germany for 25 years. He travelled back home about 4 times, at my expense. I fully cover the cost of his children’s education. When I was in Monaco, he came to me and asked for money to start a business. Only God knows how much I gave him. Where is that business today?
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Ika and Aniocha ethnic nationalities should be incorporated into DESOPADEC, the Agencies and Corporations since significant exploration and exploitation of oil and Gas have begun in these areas, thereby, suing for proper and accurate assessment
Your Excellency, Senator Ifeanyi Arthur Okowa (SIAO), I can only imagine what will be going through your mind now since you won the election that will make you the 4th Governor of our dear Delta State
In Nigeria or any society where ‘money politics’ (i.e. the sale of political office and power to the highest bidder) is the dominant dynamic, financial means are paramount
The ‘miscerious trio,’ Okupe, Omokri and Abati, will go down as the worst presidential spin doctor team in history, not just in Nigeria but the entire world
When history is written about Nigeria by future historians, one name that will feature prominently will be Nuhu Ribadu, arguably the brightest lad the North gave to the country alongside Nasir El Rufai