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Opinion: How the 2019 Presidential Elect...

Opinion: How the 2019 Presidential Election in Nigeria was Massively Rigged...

“You will know the truth and the truth will set you free.” (John 8:32). In the 2015 presidential election, Muhammadu Buhari of the APC was awarded 15,424,921 votes by Attahiru Jega’s INEC; while Goodluck Jonathan of the PDP was awarded 12,853,162 votes. In that election, Buhari presided like... read more »

Opinion: Integrity - The True Loser of 2019 Presidential Polls
Opinion: Integrity – The True Lose...

Opinion: Integrity – The True Loser of 2019 Presidential Polls

Even before the polls were counted, president Muhammadu Buhari was 100% confident he was going to win. From where will that confidence be in a nation hardly thriving from division, disunity and economic woes? It’s definitely not from his performance and competency. The Economy, security and... read more »

Opinion: Can we Escape this Gathering Storm? - John Nnia Nwodo
Opinion: Can we Escape this Gathering St...

Opinion: Can we Escape this Gathering Storm? – John Nnia Nwodo

Forty-eight hours after our elections, we still have no results. There is hardly any voter in Nigeria, who does not know the results of elections in his polling booth. The INEC server is down, yanked off by INEC. Conflicting results dominate the social media. The two major national parties claim... read more »

Opinion: Obasanjo's Expired Milk And A Slave Dealer Called Bola Tinubu
Opinion: Obasanjo’s Expired Milk A...

Opinion: Obasanjo’s Expired Milk And A Slave Dealer Called Bola Tinub...

Bola Ahmed Tinubu is an ugly and repugnant little creature who lives in and presides over the affairs of Lagos state. He comes from a long line of slave-dealers even though he is of questionable parentage. He hails from a small town in Osun state called Iragbiji and many claim that his real name is... read more »

Nigeria: Atiku not Constitutionally Qualified to Contest, He was Born in Cameroon
Nigeria: Atiku not Constitutionally Qual...

Nigeria: Atiku not Constitutionally Qualified to Contest, He was Born in Ca...

Only natural born citizens by birth are valid and eligible source of producing a president in Nigeria. In an interesting twist, a news brought to the fore by Nnamdi Kanu regarding Atiku’s birth appears to have brought up a constitutional concern. Following this revelation, a bishop wrote an... read more »

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Nigeria: Questions Buhari Should Answer before the Elections

Opinion: Questions Buhari Should Answer before the Elections

With the current exchanges of verbal batons across political parties, there is no doubt that the 2019 general elections are presenting the nation a lot of melodramatic episodes. While some... read more »

Opinion: Forget Onnoghen; Let’s Talk about Buhari’s Asset Declaration Fraud by Farooq Kperogi

Opinion: Forget Onnoghen; Let’s Talk about Buhari’s Asset Declaration Fraud by Farooq Kper...

Buhari’s asset declaration fraud is more damning than Onnoghen’s, yet it is Onnoghen who has been illegally “suspended” and pilloried in the media. In this piece I’ll show you... read more »

Opinion: All Hell will Break Lose if Buhari Rigs Election – Fani-Kayode

Opinion: All Hell will Break Lose if Buhari Rigs the Election – Fani-Kayode

As the general elections are set to take place in a few days, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode who is a known critic of the Buhari administration has said that any attempt by this administration to... read more »

Opinion: Points for Concern and Action by Chief Olusegun Obasanjo

Opinion: Points for Concern and Action by Chief Olusegun Obasanjo

I am concerned as a democrat who believes that with faithful and diligent practice of democracy, we can get over most of our political problems and move steadfastly and surefootedly on the... read more »

Opinion: Why the Code of Conduct Tribunal Lacks Jurisdiction to Try the CJN

Opinion: Why the Code of Conduct Tribunal Lacks Jurisdiction to T...

Word on the street is that the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Honourable Justice Walter Onnoghen admitted guilt to the Code of Conduct investigators and tried to excuse it by pleading mistake. The next... read more »