“One, Buhari is an inherently solipsistic narcissist. In other words, he is fundamentally and unalterably self-centered. The only person Buhari cares about is Buhari. That is why he spends billions of naira of the nation’s resources to treat even his littlest ailments in London while hospitals are denuded of basic medicines and ordinary people die of easily treatable illnesses,” writes Farooq Kperogi.
“The irony is lost on Malami, a lawyer of great education but limited understanding, that it is the consistent failure of his masters that made the case for Amotekun and similar outfits in the federation so compelling,” Dare Babarinsa writes.
“The right to self-defense, including the right to combat terror, is guaranteed by international law, enshrined in Article 51 of the United Nations Charter, of which Nigeria is a signatory,” Atiku Abubakar writes in the Atlantic Post Opinion.
In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section, Tony Nnadi writes: “General Alexander Ogomudia has done his duty as a Statesman to warn the current Operators of Unitary Nigeria of an impending Catastrophe he and the rest of the World Can See very Clearly in the horizon”.
“African states with Russia’s support have, as an outcome, drawn up a regional security architecture that would use new technological solutions to ensure security for cities, securing the borders and creating a buffer against the illegal movement of explosives, weapons, drugs and smuggling to reduce terrorist danger to the continent,” Garba Shehu writes in Opinions.