“I will be standing down in 2023 and will not be available in any future elections,” President Buhari pledges in strange open letter at New Year.
In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section, Enemi Alabo-George writes, “The Nyesom Wike I know is a detribalized man desperate to bring to bear an unprecedented infrastructural revolution that will speak of him even many years after him.”
“What is even more curious is that the widow of High Chief O. B. Lulu-Briggs, who was one of ten persons on the fatal and last journey of High Chief O. B. Lulu-Briggs, is the only person who seems to have a problem with the enquiry into the death of High Chief O. B. Lulu-Briggs,” Sotonye Dagogo writes in Opinions.
“So, coming back to the question: who are the Atikulators? Perhaps Femi is a bit right when he says that they are people who didn’t like the policies of this president. Where he got it all wrong is that they didn’t have to dislike Buhari’s personality or identity in order to like Atiku because both men share same religion, ethnicity and even language,” Paul Ibe writes in Opinions.
“For every Election that is allowed to take place under that 1999 Constitution, we reinforce our bondage, enslavement and impoverishment since the winners of such elections must swear to preserve, defend and uphold the atrocious 1999 Constitution,” Tony Nnadi writes in Opinions.