Why I've no case to answer - Justice Walter Onnoghen tells Code of Conduct Tribunal

Nigerian judiciary: A sigh of relief or not yet uhuru?
YAHAYA BALOGUN, Arizona, USA
In the last 24hrs, there have been so many hogwash interpretations and misinterpretations of the Justice Peter Obiora's ruling in the 2018 argy-bargy governorhip election in Osun state.
Super Eagles of Nigeria win their Nations' Cup group
CYRIL C. NWOKEJI, Belgium
Yours sincerely saw a Super Eagles' coach that used the match essentially as the beginning of preparations for the 2019 Nations cup competition.
THE CHRISTIAN WALK
Pseudo-Christian Denominations Series: The Jehovah Witnesses and their heresies
MOSHOOD FAYEMIWO, Cameron, Texas, USA
They are everywhere. Their ubiquity must have afforded you the opportunity to bump into their phalanx, because they are parabolic peripatetic evangelists. Indeed, their zeal is so infectious you would count them as the real deal and shoo-in messengers of the Good News; except their zeal is not based on knowledge as Apostle Paul aptly noted about the Jews who rejected our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ....
Poetry of Election
AUGUSTINE C. OHANWE
Democracy, in its cool mien,; stood still and watched, ; while the crushing waves ; of our election ; swept across the nation.
Professor Pius Adesanmi vs Nigeria: The Last Satire
PATRICK IBEKWE, Port Harcourt, Nigeria
Nigeria: Ol' boy, na ya turn, and we go contribute cry for you. Me I neva die, but you don yamutu!
Vanity of Vanities
Fr. PAT AMOBI CHUKWUMA
A coffin maker who says that his business is not booming, why is he still alive? He should die so that one of the coffins will be bought for him. My kinsman says that death awaits anything that breathes. Are you breathing? Breathe up! Breathe down! When you breathe up and do not breathe down again, then death is at work.
Love conquers hate!
YAHAYA BALOGUN, Arizona, USA
The recent massacre in a Mosque at Christchurch city, New Zealand, by a young man filled up with hate crime is another tragedy of a dysfunctional family defined by hate. ... The minds of children are like the process of pollination; hate or love is carried from parents (anther) to the children's mind (stigma).
Catch them young with love! (Poem)
YAHAYA BALOGUN, Arizona, USA
Children are the salt of life.; What you do is what they mimic.; What you nurture in them natures Today and tomorrow's society.; One love in their hearts can; Neutralize millions of hate!
Charity at work
Fr. PAT AMOBI CHUKWUMA
A certain selfish and stingy man was having a sumptuous lunch when he heard a knock at his door. By that time he had just started eating. The meal was a rich plate of rice garnished with salad and a whole roasted chicken.
A Poem For Tise, Daddy's Daughter! Pius Adesanmi (27 February 1972 – 10 March 2019)
YAHAYA BALOGUN, Arizona, USA
Tise, your dad dazzled the world; With his intellectual acumen; He mesmerized us with his; Witticisms and erudition.; A gifted satirist who predicted; the reunification of naughty Nigerians!
Milestones for Governor-elect Seyi Makinde (GSM)
ADEKUNLE AKINYEMI, Pikesville, Maryland, USA
GSM, who refers to himself as Omituntun as his campaign slogan, ordinarily epitomizes humility and respect as his modus operandi. It is therefore expected that Omituntun, meaning 'new water' will symbolize a new wave of governance in Oyo State.
FROM THE PREACHER'S LENSES
The danger of pride & contempt for God and man
SAM AWEDA, Lagos, Nigeria
One thing however is common with the three Herods; they were all murderers. Each of them murdered dissent voices. But the youngest Herod added 'pride' to his curriculum vitae (Resume) and he was judged at the fullest of time. God killed him mysteriously in public glare.
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A short but memorable life of Professor Pius Adesanmi (27 February 1972 – 10 March 2019)
YAHAYA BALOGUN, Arizona, USA
For those of us who did not know Professor Pius Adesanmi, a rare gem and quintessential young Professor before he smiled away to his lord, I am writing this synopsis of his short but memorable life for your perusal.
Them immigrant parents can suck you dry
ABI ADEGBOYE
How can you work three jobs and still be broke? What have you done with all your money? What about getting a loan from your bank? Questions I'd like to ask my immigrant parent but know better.

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Happy 25th Anniversary, Yagba Community Association
ABI ADEGBOYE
Though he asked the question, he knew the answer. The money contributed for the school had disappeared into the pockets of the current president, his contractor brother, and the village chief. Two years ago, the money raised for the clinic had suffered a similar fate.
All hail the People's General
OKECHUKWU K. UKEGBU
Abaribe's continuous return to the red chambers proves that the Senate is not for political green horns. He has strongly demonstrated high intellectual capability in the Senate....

THE CHRISTIAN WALK
2023 and readers' reactions to why Atiku lost the 2019 presidential election because of N500 million?
MOSHOOD FAYEMIWO, Cameron, Texas, USA
Hello Dr. Moshood, May the Lord continue to strengthen you. I just read the post election article in NigeriaWorld.com. ... I am not surprised that Atiku didn't take the prophecies and God's words concerning the poll seriously. His arrogance (typical of Nigerian politicians with entitlement status) and over dependence on local and foreign Marabous was his undoing.
Softly, Softly Mrs. Oluremi Tinubu
YAHAYA BALOGUN, Arizona, USA
Senator Oluremi Tinubu's statement viraled on social media for a couple of days and dampened my spirit. ... A good leader is a leader to all friends and foes.

Air transportation: A beautiful and terrible invention of all time!
YAHAYA BALOGUN, Arizona, USA
These giant moving coffins in the air made by man are the safest, most beautiful and terrible invention of all time! ... Anytime I am at the airport, I always feel like I am in prison where inmates sentenced to deaths are awaiting execution.
Our heart goes out to the Ethiopian airline crash victims
OKECHUKWU K. UKEGBU
God is all knowing. He knows our end from the beginning. ... As these victims set out in their journey to eternity, let everyone join hands to bid them a resounding farewell.

Beyond 2019 election posponement in Nigeria
ADEKUNLE AKINYEMI, Pikesville, Maryland, USA
An objective look at the rescheduling saga can at best be blamed on three factors in the Nigerian polity, by my own critical appraisal. ... Third is the bloated and jumbo pay packets of Politicians (Legislators) which has led to the mad rush for the 'do or die' politics of the ordinary Nigerian.
Jungle Justice (JJ)
Fr. PAT AMOBI CHUKWUMA
Few years ago, two bosom friends, Bobby and Sunny, went for an evening party somewhere. Their hostess was a lawmaker in the State House of Assembly. She was a beautiful, generous, honourable and first class lady. ... She greased their palms with fat envelops.

Ajumobi and the insolence of office
YAHAYA BALOGUN, Arizona, USA
When you have no respect for the young and gall for the old people, you get carried away by mundane of power; and you forget that power is transient, you will doom your political career.
The 2019 Nigeria's presidential election (Conclusion)
TEMPLE C. UBOCHI, Bonn, Germany
We're elated that Atiku Abubakar, who might have been the real winner of this election, did not concede defeat. As I noted previously, Atiku conceding defeat after he was robbed of the mandate given to him by the Nigerian people would have amounted to a betrayal....

What Nigerians are expecting from Buhari's "Next Level"
Pastor AMOS D. DADA, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Excerpts from an online newspaper interview with Pastor Amos Dada PhD; P.Eng, (Chem Eng), President of Say No To Corruption Movement of Nigeria, on the current issues in Nigeria especially the last presidential elections.
Tinubu: A product of "gifted" insults
YAHAYA BALOGUN, Arizona, USA
Controversially, what the Late sage, Chief Obafemi Awolowo couldn't achieve or influence in his lifetime seems to have been providentially appropriated to Jagaban, the Iwin (gnome) of Bourdilon, Lagos state.
To mother with love (Let's celebrate women)
YAHAYA BALOGUN, Arizona, USA
Her impending joy was; An agreement of love;; In the full glares of; the known twosome and the; Unknown!; To mother with love!
In the matter of Atiku Vs Buhari: Why the judiciary must invoke the maxim of “Let Right be Done”
EJIKE ONUOGU, New York, USA
When individuals are permitted to use one fingerprint to produce thousands of votes for a particular political party while destroying legitimate votes cast for another party, this meets the definition of gross electoral misconduct and establishes grounds for annulment of the said election.
Is The People's Bank coming back? (1)
ERIC TENIOLA, Lagos, Nigeria
VP Osinbajo declared in Ilorin recently that the FG will float People's Money bank in the country this year. ... When General Babangida introduced the People's Bank, he appointed Dr. Augustus Taiwo Solarin (22/08/22 - 27/07/94), ... as the chairman of the bank. ... After IBB's exit in 1993, little was heard about the People's Bank.
Who is an employee?
SAMUEL B. AROWOLAJU, Washington, DC, USA
Where there is no Statute, or where there is no definition as in the 2014 APC Guidelines, we can apply commonsense or Common Law and legal definitions of the word 'EMPLOYEE.'
Nigeria unity is non negotiable but imminently conversational!
YAHAYA BALOGUN, Arizona, USA
We do not have to divorce to get our problems solved, or impede the progress and prosperity of our gifted offspring. The government must urgently convoke a true national conference.
Of David Dion, Hughes Stanford, Joseph Goebbels and the Ukwa-Ngwa second term governorship bid
OKECHUKWU K. UKEGBU
The 2019 Nigeria's presidential election (1)
TEMPLE C. UBOCHI, Bonn, Germany
Let me add that Buhari knows what he did - that his election will be quashed by any court of competent jurisdiction, and that's why he sent an emissary, the National Peace Committee, to beg Atiku not to go to court. As a perennial presidential candidate, he went to courts every time he lost, even when he contested against Yar'Adua, a fellow Fulani, in 2007, so, why should Atiku back out when....
Our Month of Prevailing Prayers
Pastor AMOS D. DADA, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
When a purpose is unknown abuse is inevitable. The church is praying but are we praying prevailing prayers? ... The story of The Syrophoenician woman. This is a remarkable story recorded in the 15th chapter of Matthew about the woman of Canaan who pleaded with Jesus to deliver her daughter from demon possession.
Healing the nation
JEROME-MARIO UTOMI, Lagos, Nigeria
I will go on to say that while those of us who believe in the unity of Nigeria may not agree with Nnamdi Kanu's campaign or campaign of any group or ethnic nationality to dismember Nigeria....
Adopting the traditional mode of communication in mobilising support for Gov. Ikpeazu's victory in the Abia guber poll
OKECHUKWU K. UKEGBU
For the good people of Kaduna State, March 9 is more important than February 23
TUNGA LERGO, Gainesville, Florida, USA
Kaduna state is unique. It is a mini-Nigeria. Our motto is: Center of Learning, and we are very diverse and welcoming to all. We are the most informed electorate in the country.
Let my people go!
Fr. PAT AMOBI CHUKWUMA
Something remarkable is about to happen in Nigeria. Before the 2015 Presidential Election, the present ruling party clamoured for change. ... The promised change turned to be more economic hardship, daily bloodbath in different parts of the country by Boko Haram, Fulani herdsmen, bandits and kidnappers. The federal government has been under siege by the cabals. The Judiciary has been destabilized and politicized.
It's time to heal the nation
DAVID OGULA, New York, USA
To commence your second term, you should move swiftly to ensure that those who oppose your corruption-fighting agenda do not hijack the legislature as was the case in your first term.
Why the constitution shields the judicial officers (2)
ERIC TENIOLA, Lagos, Nigeria
No doubt the 1999 constitution over protects the judicial officials. Once an institution is over protected, abuse is inevitable.
How to store your treasures in heaven
Pastor AMOS D. DADA, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Jesus in the quoted scripture says :’where your treasure is your heart will be. We are to treasure the Lord Jesus most of all. Jesus is our treasure, we will also commit our treasures- our money, our time, our energy, talents, to his work in this world.
History rewritten, future reassured!
YAHAYA BALOGUN, Arizona, USA
With unblemished gratitude and joy, we want to express our appreciation to those who have made our story possible. Nigerian voters sent a loud message through our collective voice on February 23, 2019.
Them American kids, when they're grown, they're gone
ABI ADEGBOYE
'Hello Lola. How are you? How's work?' Mama asked as she always did when she called her daughter. Though Lola was now an adult living in her own apartment two states away, she couldn't resist, 'Have you eaten?'
Freedom lies in the hands of the oppressed and not the oppressors
OKECHUKWU K. UKEGBU
THE CHRISTIAN WALK
How Alhaji Atiku Abubakar of the PDP lost the 2019 presidential election because of N500 million?
MOSHOOD FAYEMIWO, Cameron, Texas, USA
So, I told the Atiku people that I would issue a cheque for the N500m-Five Hundred Million Naira- as a bet which they should keep as a post-dated promissory note to convince them that the True Lord God Almighty had indeed spoken to me. I proceeded to write out the post-dated cheque in the sum of N500M-Five Hundred Million Naira only-in favor of Alhaji Atiku Abubakar as insurance; that if they complied with all the spiritual instructions the Holy Spirit directed me to tell them and they lost the election, they should cash the check.
Mandate of the Plebeians II
YAHAYA BALOGUN, Arizona, USA
As you were awash with more than 15 million votes in the just concluded general elections by the plebeians, your re-election is a referendum on the job have done in the last four years....
CHANGEUP TONIC
Oil the Lamp…
GBENGA OWOTOKI, Florida, USA
No wonder, the church has lost her relevance. The world doesn't look up to the church anymore because we are more or less like them. Gone are the days when Kings go to the Priests and they are told the mind of God without fear or favor.
FROM THE PREACHER'S LENSES
The Composer of "Jesu yi o, Iwo L'oologo Pipe, Iwo L'oogun Didan---" has gone Home
SAM AWEDA, Lagos, Nigeria
Do you know the composer of and have you ever watched on the TV screen, the flamboyant '3000' (figure mine) or more choir of the Redeemed Christian Church (RCCG)....
Muhammadu Buhari: The Return of the much-hated General
PATRICK IBEKWE, Port Harcourt, Nigeria
Women do not like Buhari. Men do not like Buhari. Children do not like Buhari. Humans - diaspora or not (including international observers), do not like the man; even Angels detest him!
Agbonma (Short story, fiction)
OKECHUKWU K. UKEGBU
Moonlight seasons are the most remarkable seasons in Igwekala. They are nights of dancing, folklores, and hide and seek games. The nights also provide ample opportunities for children who are into mischiefs and adults who in some illicit affairs such as Agbonma and Obianyim.
While we wait for Atiku Abubakar to recover the mandate the Nigerian people gave to him
Charles Novia, Abuja, Nigeria
Until he says he is not contesting the results, I regard him as the winner of the election in which his legitimate votes were tampered with and a conspiracy against his votes was ruthlessly carried out across the country.
Religion as a culprit
YAHAYA BALOGUN, Arizona, USA
Look at the most religious people or group of people around you, beneath their minds is embedded hate and resentment of other fellow human beings who don't share their beliefs and ideology.
The new media as a member of the media family
OKECHUKWU K. UKEGBU
For some decades now, there has been a rapid transformation in the media world, and this is predicated upon the use of digital technologies, such as the Internet and video games.
Why the constitution shields the judicial officers (1)
ERIC TENIOLA, Lagos, Nigeria
Although the protection is more glaring in the 1999 constitution but the process started in 1976. The reason may not be farfetched.
The irony of Postponement
Fr. PAT AMOBI CHUKWUMA
There was a beautiful woman who suddenly fell sick. She was diagnosed with cancer of the uterus, which is a terminal illness. ... The doctor overstepped his boundary. Only God has the prerogative over life and death. Only God can postpone one's death.
Congratulations to the Flying Eagles of Nigeria!
CYRIL C. NWOKEJI, Belgium
They achieved their most important aim of partaking in the African Under-20 tournament: Qualification for the Under-20 World cup tournament, taking place in Poland, later on in the year!
Boosting economic opportunities of Abia through Enyimba Economic City Project
OKECHUKWU K. UKEGBU
Ken, the next door neighbour
OKECHUKWU K. UKEGBU
The temptation were becoming irresistible for Ken. Clara attempts to lure him into bed are unbearable. Each time Ken wards of Clara's advances, she'd devise others. Ken was in a dilemma whether to default his oath with Ogbaghaja shrine and face misfortune or to continue on that path.
Atiku PDP is a disaster for Nigeria
Evangelist ISAAC IVBAZE, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Nigerians must be aware that Mr. Atiku Abubakar was one of the founders and leaders of a political party that managed the affairs of the nation and plundered its resources for sixteen years.
Please, stay safe! Do not attempt political suicide!
YAHAYA BALOGUN, Arizona, USA
Those of you justifying snatching of ballot boxes during Nigerian elections to civilized world like the US and UK, please, stop hoodwinking those in Nigeria who don't know how the US system works.
February 16 came; but not gone
TUNGA LERGO, Gainesville, Florida, USA
February 16, your cheek reluctantly turned.; Don't tire, more to turn-seventy times seven. ; February 23, the Beast will be crushed-; March 9, buried for good-; And Satan plot foiled.; But you must vote.
INEC: When an electoral umpire is accused of bias
OKECHUKWU K. UKEGBU
The build up to the polls was characterized by widespread allegations of situating polling units in the living rooms of powerful politicians, moving sensitive election materials to illegal destinations ahead of time.
Can Osu caste system be abolished in Igbo land?
OKECHUKWU K. UKEGBU
The December effort is one card out of the pack of efforts of notable individuals and organisations to end the obnoxious practice and this has left well- meaning Nigerians wondering if the recent effort will definitely put to an end the caste system to an end.
Let there be light! The legacy of PMB's second missionary Journey
N. UGOMMA DURU, New York, USA
PMB deserves major accolades on his anti-corruption war. And a war on corruption is equally vital to Nigeria's economy, as the nation has sustained decades of corruption, and looting of our resources by our so called leaders.
Godwin or Satanwin?
Fr. PAT AMOBI CHUKWUMA
On one cool evening, I embarked on my routine physical road-walk exercise. I came across an unfamiliar young man. We exchanged pleasantries. I asked about his name. He answered, 'My name is Godwin?' Inquisitively I enquired further, 'Why are you called Godwin?' He smiled and replied, 'It is because God has won me over entirely.'
Color of hope
YAHAYA BALOGUN, Arizona, USA
United States of America we see as a world leader and a beacon hope for humanity is not better than Nigeria, the only difference is that of genuine spirits and sense of patriotism as imbibed from generation to generation of American leaders....
The problem is beyond elections postponement
Rev. Fr. FRANCIS A. OBORJI, The Vatican
Quoting from an Igbo proverb in his famous novel, 'Things Fall Apart', Chinua Achebe says, 'A man who cannot tell where the rain began to beat him cannot know where he dried his body.'
Election Postponement: Yakubu is an irresponsible public officer
CHARLES OFOJI, Cologne, Germany
Because the INEC chairman knew that nothing would happen, he waited till five hours before polls were due to open, to tell his subjects that he has changed his mind about the whole thing.
Postponement of elections as a culture
ERIC TENIOLA, Lagos, Nigeria
Annulment of elections, violence before, during and after elections, banning of candidates and postponement of elections are gradually becoming part of the Nigeria culture.
THE CHRISTIAN WALK
NIDABA 2019: Extra one week adding to 21-day prayer session for Buhari to go
MOSHOOD FAYEMIWO, Cameron, Texas, USA
The race is not too far. As a foundation member of this grassroots organization mandated by the Lord Jesus Christ to stand against injustice, tyranny, maladministration, nepotism, cronyism, pride, arrogance, impunity and carelessness in our dear nation-Nigeria-the outgoing Buhari Administration, like the Jonathan Administration did nearly four years ago desperately wants to buy time.
INEC's inexcusable decision and our unfettered optimism
YAHAYA BALOGUN, Arizona, USA
Our trust in INEC is awfully bruised right now, but that trust is still etched on hope and positive outcome! Independent National Electoral Commission-INEC remains an inescapable umpire in our quest for national stability and development.
Mr President, get it clear, the Constitution did not say you must return after this tenure
IFEANYICHUKWU MMOH, Jos, Nigeria
What it means to be the light of the world & Why the church must realize this
IFEANYICHUKWU MMOH, Jos, Nigeria
Let good conscience prevail, southerners must think Nigeria
OMOH T. OJIOR
I am now tempted to believe that the man, a boy when Nigerians fought a civil war, is being used by enemies of our country and Africa. ...those behind him, hiding and paying lip service on peace and democracy in Nigeria need to stop.
A stern warning to christians Anti-Christ is already here
Evangelist ISAAC IVBAZE, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
The time has come, the wind is blowing, the impact is felt around the world, and there is no going back. Satan has come to take over the ruler ship of the world. Rituals to mark the ascension of the Beast into world power has begun.
2019: An interesting political year (President Buhari, the master of disaster, deserves no re-election) (Conclusion)
TEMPLE C. UBOCHI, Bonn, Germany
This Nigeria's presidential election has evoked lots of interest, considerable controversies, and criticisms even before its conduct. Millions of Nigerians and the international community are already skeptical that it will be free and fair.
UPDATED BY AUTHOR: Nigeria's 84 million registered voters render her population figure inaccurate
ALFRED AISEDIONLEN, London, UK
In 2006, if the collected data were honestly collated, the population figure would have been far less than 140 million. The projected population figure as at today would have been far less than the acclaimed 198 million. Within twelve years, 2006 - 2018, how Nigeria population could have increased by 58 million?
Ripe time to trust Atiku with Nigeria’s top job
ALABA YUSUF, Abuja, Nigeria
And who can fix this messy scene? No other but quintessential humanist and political bridge builder, a detribalised Nigerian, non fanatical man of faith, a wealth creator and educationist, Atiku Abubakar, former Vice President of Nigeria (1999-2007).
Why Nigerians should reject foreign interference in their elections
AONDUNA TONDU, New York, USA
Our ancestors used to say that a man without a sense of dignity is like a man without balls. His bearing, or more appropriately, the lack of it, would invariably lead him into making compromises that others with an ethical backbone would normally refuse to accommodate.
Why Jime and the APC are favoured to win the 2019 elections in Benue State
LLOYDS S. OBEKPA
Symbolized by its indefatigable, people-oriented leadership, as represented by Senator George Akume and Barrister Emmanuel Jime, the APC in Benue State has remained within the progressive fold, with landmark elections effectively won in 2011 and 2015, respectively, under the ACN and its latter-day incarnation.
As Nigerians decide…
Toronto, Canada
There have been attempts to divide Nigerians along ethno-religious lines by some unscrupulous politicians. These elements feel threatened by the possibility of a programme of progressive denudation, pursued relentlessly by the current FG.
February 16: Is God also a Nigerian?
TUNGA LERGO, Gainesville, Florida, USA
Regardless, the professional liars, thieves, and economic vultures have not been deterred; The candidates have spread their lies and false promises.; Same old, same old. Every four years.
THE CHRISTIAN WALK
Agenda on making Nigeria work again in the in-comng Atiku Abubakar administration
MOSHOOD FAYEMIWO, Cameron, Texas, USA
I want you to know from the onset, Mr. Atiku, that Nigerians are not voting for you as the next president because you are necessarily better, but because of the woeful failure and dismal performance of a vegetative president who has outsourced the presidency.
FROM THE PREACHER"S LENSES
Prayer for the Nation: February 2019 General Election
SAM AWEDA, Lagos, Nigeria
Oil money is the only reason why most people are in politics. They are not there in the interest of the nation but for their greed and lust for high life.
The monstrosity and mercantilism of the western media!
YAHAYA BALOGUN, Arizona, USA
The choice is absolutely for Nigerians to make! But for me and those in my cocoon, we would rather pitch our tent with a man (Buhari) attempting to create an accountable system for a functioning society through benevolent and participatory democracy.
INEC and the two million university students
JEROME-MARIO UTOMI, Lagos, Nigeria
What presently calls for concern is a recent revelation that a high percentage of the about two million university students across the country who registered to vote in their various institutions may not have the opportunity to exercise their rights during the forthcoming general election despite FG truce with ASUU.
APC’s hasty concessions to the NLC, ASUU & the burden of implementing it
IFEANYICHUKWU MMOH, Jos, Nigeria
The concessions to the NLC and the ASUU by the APC federal government is – in my humble view – considered as hasty. I say this for a number of reasons; chief of which are the coming elections.
Rule of law and the fight against corruption in Nigeria
OKECHUKWU K. UKEGBU
Rule of law implies that every person is subject to the law, including people who are lawmakers, law enforcement officials, and judges. Rule of Law opposes, autocracy, dictatorship, or oligarchy where the rulers are held above the law.
All Nigerians must take responsibility for bad leadership in the nation (Do not crucify Buhari)
Evangelist ISAAC IVBAZE, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
If Buhari can no longer be trusted as good enough to pilot the leadership of the nation, I wonder who is more credible to be entrusted with such tough responsibility.
2019 General polls: Can Nigerians bank on INEC assurances of credible polls?
OKECHUKWU K. UKEGBU
Availability of voters card is the basic step that the commission should take to allay the fears of the public that the upcoming polls may go the way of preceding polls in the country which were characterized by massive rigging and other electoral malpractices.
2019 Election: Nigerians look on to Atiku after the Buhari disaster
CHARLES OFOJI, Cologne, Germany
With the unmasking of Buhari and what is now known about him, future generations will have to figure out how we allowed such a man to even get close to power.
2019: An interesting political year (I was in Nigeria to see things for myself)
TEMPLE C. UBOCHI, Bonn, Germany
I traveled to Nigeria, about three weeks ago, to experience, first hand, what Nigerians are going through, and to gauge their feelings or their situation prior to the upcoming elections. What I saw or experienced was worse than imagined.
Due Process
Fr. PAT AMOBI CHUKWUMA
fortnight ago, a hungry man jumped into a banquet hall through the window. A sumptuous party was going on there. The security men within and outside the banquet hall made a rapid response and arrested the hungry wretched man.
ONYINYE'S MIRROR ON LIFE
Nigeria 2019: "New wine in an old bottle"
ONYINYE OYEDELE, Ontario, Canada
The common denominator is that these leaders are the same people, with the same mind set. What are the possibilities that change will happen if we continue to have the same cycle of leaders? ... they are not doing or surrounding themselves with those who think differently.
I'll fix Nigeria in a day and other Politricks
ABI ADEGBOYE
Tis the season for make-believe when reality is suspended in favor of fantasy. Old codgers become spry, villains become saints, and politicians peddle howling whoppers to masses swathed in euphoric amnesia.
That Igbo language will not go extinct
OKECHUKWU K. UKEGBU
All the government cultural agencies in the Igbo speaking states should be involved in the promotion of Igbo language. Why can’t we use the local languages in our state legislative houses like Lagos State House of Assembly now conducts its business once a week in Yoruba?
What is wrong with the black race?
Evangelist ISAAC IVBAZE, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
The poverty that envelopes the continent of Africa, the death of young Africans in the Sahara Desert and Mediterranean Sea, and the torture and enslavement of young Africans of Nigerian extraction in Libya have left the world astonished with the question of what is wrong with the black race?

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