Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Ademola Adeoye

    From ‘Change’ to ‘Next Level’: Buhari’s democratic second coming

From ‘Change’ to ‘Next Level’: Buhari’s democratic second coming

The Director General of the Buhari Campaign Organization and the Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi (a former member of the PDP) said and I quote: “Power has improved from 3,000 megawatts that we met it to 7,000megawatts and we are discharging about 5,000megawatts.” How can we be discharging 5000MW as a nation and our people are daily sleeping in darkness? [...]

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    Nigeria: A secular country on paper, multi-religious state in practice

Nigeria: A secular country on paper, multi-religious state in practice

The bane of Nigeria and what will never let it truly advance as other sane countries is religion. Those who laid the foundation of Nigeria—in their unique wisdom—made Nigeria a secular state, in order to avoid the ugliness and emptiness of religion. Today, Nigeria is only a secular state on paper, but in reality, it is a multi-religious state.In other [...]

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    Nigeria: A rich nation being unfortunately led by poor people

Nigeria: A rich nation being unfortunately led by poor people

Senate President Bukola Saraki said and I quote verbatim: “The Federal Government as well as the organized labor to be more concerned about the interest of the people…while the government and labor are representing the interest of the people, it is important to also ensure we avoid any action that will not show sensitivity and sensibility to the plight of [...]

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    Buhari’s slip-ups and the melodramatic season of vain elections

Buhari’s slip-ups and the melodramatic season of vain elections

Every four years in Nigeria, political-friends do become political-enemies and political-enemies do become political-friends. Corrupt people are silently declared ‘saints’ and lawless, but influential men and women are used to deliver massive votes. ‘Sins’ against citizens are forgiven and agencies that arrest corrupt and prosecute erring politicians either go to bed, snoring or temporarily become deaf and blind.We are currently [...]

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    Buhari is playing politics with lives of Nigerians!

Buhari is playing politics with lives of Nigerians!

Our flags are supposed to be ordered to be flying at half-staff—almost on every single day of the year, provided our politicians were a people—who value human life, but it is clear as water in Nigeria that both the leaders and led do not value human life two hoots. Why am I saying that our flags are supposed to be [...]

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    Why Buhari is daily losing ground

Why Buhari is daily losing ground

I have said this before and I’d say it again: The major and foremost reason that is likely going to cause Mr. President to lose in the coming presidential election is the breed of people he has chosen to surround himself with. It is either they are not telling him the truth or Mr. President is not interested in listening [...]

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    The more they vilify Atiku, the more they demarket Buhari

The more they vilify Atiku, the more they demarket Buhari

Two days ago, I said to a few people that it is impracticable for Mr. Garba Shehu to say that Alhaji Atiku Abubakar is corrupt and a security threat and we all laughed about it. A few minutes ago, Mr. Garba Shehu released a few lines to the public space, responding to what Dr. Olusegun Obasanjo said (while receiving Atiku [...]

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    If PMB’s government has pulled you out of poverty, raise up your hands

If PMB’s government has pulled you out of poverty, raise up your hands

The unsightly drama (governorship party-primary) in Lagos State that lasted for some dayssucceeded in dwarfing some other occurrences in Nigeria, especially the ongoing bloodletting in the City of Jos, Plateau State. Plateau State is considered a second home to me, because I once lived there and till now, I do have some families living and working on the Plateau. As [...]

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    Buhari’s 4th Independence Day celebration and the groaning of Nigerian people

Buhari’s 4th Independence Day celebration and the groaning of Nigerian people

Going down memory lane, the flag of Nigeria between 1914 and 1960—was a British blue ensign with a green Star of David surrounding a Tudor Crown (later changed to a St Edward’s Crown in 1953) with the white word “Nigeria” under it on a red disc. It was adopted by the Colony and protectorate of Nigeria—following the amalgamation of the [...]

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    What President Buhari possibly doesn’t know

What President Buhari possibly doesn’t know

The PDP began to fall from grace to grass when party members and their leaders started making arrogant statements as: “we would still win without you…” Close to two years now, I have observed the ruling party very closely and sadly, I have been able to see that the APC is a sad repeat of the past. Both online and [...]

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    The latest low from PMB: Indefinite suspension of Nigeria Air logo, not Nigeria Air

The latest low from PMB: Indefinite suspension of Nigeria Air logo, not Nigeria Air

To start with, we cannot truly move forward as a nation until we start putting politics where it belongs, asking critical questions that will take us out of the current woods we have found ourselves. Each time we allow politics to block our collective reasoning; it sets us backward as a people. Our bane in Nigeria is the version of [...]

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    Kemi Adeosun’s resignation: The nakedness of a nation

Kemi Adeosun’s resignation: The nakedness of a nation

On (the) Friday morning, 14th of September, 2018, it was quietly leaked by one of the national dailies—that the former Hon. Minister of Finance had resigned after about two months that the news of her fake NYSC exemption certificate was first divulged to the whole world by an online medium. As an effect of this feat, Nigerians began to shower [...]

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    PMB: The first president of northern Nigeria

PMB: The first president of northern Nigeria

Those who blindly approve and endorse everything Buhari does are doing a good job, provided it is putting food on their table and tossing some coins into their pocket, but if nothing is coming from it, then they are not wise, because even Mr. President—who professes to love Nigeria more than all of us is not in power, serving pro [...]

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    Lagos: Mega city or mega slum?

Lagos: Mega city or mega slum?

Each time it rains cats and dogs in Lagos, the mediocrity and patchiness of those who have ever been in leadership of Lagos come to the fore. At whatever time it rains heavily, it reveals how clueless the administrations of Bola Ahamed Tinubu, Babatunde Raji Fashola and Akinwumi Ambode are. I make bold to say that Lagos inconveniently sits on a [...]

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    God, take our natural resources and give us functional human brains

God, take our natural resources and give us functional human brains

The nations that have natural resources in abundance but do not think and are languid and slothful will take them (natural resources) to the nations that do not have, but make use of their wits and creatively work-hard. In other words, the success of a nation and her people does not depend alone on the abundance of their natural resources [...]

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    Atiku and Buhari: The rich also cry

Atiku and Buhari: The rich also cry

In 2011, a few days before the presidential election, a retired army general broke down in tears while lamenting the problems confronting Nigeria, same way every past president lamented before taking over power, either through bullets or ballots.The venue was the International Conference Centre, Abuja. General Buhari broke down in tears at the event organised by the party—to mark [...]

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