“Reno started his soprano with a talk on reasonable men. A reasonable man should not go out insulting the political opponents of his principal because they do not agree with him. Afterall, this is all politics,” George Kerley writes in Opinions.
“The Buhari administration, which came into power in Nigeria in 2015, has been criticized for its role in the country’s economic decline. While there are multiple factors that have contributed to this decline, the policies and actions of the Buhari administration have played a significant role,” Mark Olise writes in Atlantic Post Opinions.
“Terrorism, banditry, and rising insecurity are major challenges facing Nigeria today. These issues not only threaten the safety and security of citizens, but also have a negative impact on the country’s economy and development. In order to effectively tackle these problems, it is important to understand their root causes and implement targeted, holistic solution,” Mark Olise writes in Atlantic Post Opinions.
“Nigeria, a country with vast natural resources and a large population, has struggled with poverty for decades. Despite being one of the largest oil producers in the world, many Nigerians still live in extreme poverty, with nearly 40% of the population living on far less than $1.90 per day,” George Kerley writes in Opinion.
“When I proposed earlier that Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike stays behind in PDP and support 2023 Labour Party (LP) Presidential Candidate Peter Obi, I was not of the position that he takes that decision in a way that opens him to overt legal consequences,” Miabiye Kuromiema writes in Opinions.
In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section, Isa Mohammed writes: “It is instructive to underline, that Shettima has never, to this day, faced criminal indictment and prosecution, for his role in this crime of untold proportion.”
Constitutional Lawyer and Co-Convener of the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-determination (NINAS), Tony Nnadi, argues in this Op-Ed that the Feudalization of Nigeria by way of Unitary Constitutional order is Caliphate’s main strategy for conquest and Fulanization.
“One candidate who has clearly shunned the temptation is Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, CFR. A detached study of his manifesto, speeches, consultations and body language easily unveils a man with a carriage that looms larger than the toga of ethnic, religious and sectional garb.,” Martin Egharhevwa writes in Opinions.
“Thus, while his peers at a very early age floundered, Ovie Omo-Agege flourished with a clear vision of his life mission. He pursued the vision with incandescent passion, valour, candour and honour,” Martin Aruviere Egharhevwa writes in Atlantic Post Opinions.
The NINAS Alliance insists that because all political parties subscribe to the 1999 Constitution — which it calls Charter of Evil — they are in equal complicity in its sustenance, and that things can only get worse, no matter who wins the 2023 Election; hence it should be Transition Now, Not Election.