People & Politics

Nigeria’s miserable “BRINCS” ambition, By Ochereome Nnanna

AT independence in 1960, Nigeria was widely projected to emerge as one of the top performing economies among the then Third World. Because of its enormous human and natural resource base, Nigeria was definitely expected to lead Africa and provide the stepping stones for the continent’s smaller countries to move up. It was because Nigeria failed […]
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Redefining our security threats (2), By Ochereome Nnanna

The Bola Ahmed Tinubu regime has crossed the 40-day mark. So, what has changed, security-wise? We expected that with the coming of a new president, the Fulanisation killings perpetrated by killer herdsmen in the Middle Belt, especially Southern Kaduna, Plateau, Benue and Taraba, would be immediately confronted with full force. We expected action against the […]

Redefining our security threats (1), By Ochereome Nnanna

We want Nigeria to be safe and secure again. We want to return to Nigeria of the 1970s and 1980s when you could travel to any part of the country without fear of being kidnapped for ransom or ritual or human trafficking. During that time, there were no Boko Haram terrorists. The brief moments violent […]

Ribadu must advise Tinubu wisely, By Ochereoma Nnanna

Tinubu has demonstrated throughout his remarkable political career that he can work even with his arch enemies if that is what it will take for him to reach his goal; that is a good leadership quality

Mudashiru Obasa’s war agenda, By Ochereome Nnanna

The Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly, Mudashiru Obasa, is on a war footing. He has just been unanimously re-elected for the third time as Speaker. As an inner chamber member of the Bola Tinubu political family, his declared legislative agenda can rightly be read as Tinubu’s new agenda for Lagos after losing […]

Our next Senate President, By Ochereome Nnanna

Power sharing has become a reality of Nigerian politics and democracy. The even distribution of offices among the different parts of the country to give Nigerians a sense of belonging in their government was called “zoning” during the National Party of Nigeria, NPN, days in the Second Republic, when it was first mooted. The NPN […]

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