It Doesn’t Matter Who Comes In 2023, 2027 Or 2031, Nothing Will Change Until We Change Our Constitution - Joe Abah Sparks Reaction
A few hours ago, a public policy expert, Joe Abah has come out to make a strong statement about the Nigerian system of governance.According to the former Director-General of the Bureau of Public Service Reforms in Nigeria, he made it clear that until the Nigerian constitution is changed and our governance system restructured, the many problems facing the country will continue to manifest in different parts of the country.
According to Thenation a US mechanical engineer Godswill Nwankwo has announced his intention to run for presidential election in the 2023 amid other influential politicians who had interest in the road to president 2023 by.The time the incumbent president tenure would elapse.He spoke to the Nigeria News Agency (NAN) in Abuja.
Today's Headlines:US Breaks Silence, Says Buhari Favours A Specific Tribe, "Nigeria Needs Help"-Arak
1) US Breaks Silence, Says Buhari Favours A Specific Ethnic Group.The administration of President Muhammadu Buhari has shown overarching favouritism in handing out important federal positions to particular ethnic groups, a U.S. 2020 report on human rights practices in Nigeria disclosed this information.
The governor of Imo State, Senator Hope Uzodimma has decided to speak once more.This time around he decided to send an important message to the Igbo ethnic group.The governor advised Ndi Igbo to avoid every action and activity that would reduce the high stake south east region has in Nigeria so as to produce the next president of the country.
On the Journalists' Hangout of yesterday, the autonomy of the Judiciary and the JUSUN strike was discussed and Babajide Kolade-Otitoju, wasted no time in calling out the Nigerian Governors over the role they have played against the autonomy of the Judiciary. Here is an excerpt of Babajide Kolade-Otitoju's statement: "The Nigerian Governors should be convinced by now that the strike action by the JUSUN is on an irreversible journey to the autonomy of the Judiciary. The governors do not lose anything by granting
Those who support separation and secession will be the first to run away when any problem starts. “We should not listen to them as many of them have about four passports of other countries,” Mohammed said. Mohammed said that Federal Government's efforts in that regard required the Town Hall meeting on security held on April 8, in Kaduna. Mohammed said that recommendations from the meeting, which had the topic, "Setting Benchmarks for Enhanced Security and National Unity in Nigeria'', would be introduced
President Buhari is currently on a two week medical leave in London.Some days ago, the Nigerian President decided to make a move in strengthening his health status.However, that decision wasn't received well by Nigerians.
The call for restructuring of Nigeria political system has been in the fore front of many propositions in resent time.Many arguments called it devolution of power.Devolution is the transfer or delegation of power to a lower level, especially by central government to local or regional administration.
President of Christian Association of Nigeria, Pastor Ayokunle has described the 1999 constitution as one of the reasons why Nigeria is backwards coupled with the bad leadership.
The 9th Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria has recorded tremendous successes in fulfilling it's role as a check on government by scrutinising bills, delegated legislation, government administration, and government policy in general.It does this by way of procedures utilised in the Senate Chamber itself and through the operation of the Senate committee system.
Love and peace is the most important virtue a normal human should posses in his or her mind.God made us to understand that he is love and whoever does not love, doesn't know him.This love we are talking about is to be shown to everyone irrespective of race, culture, religion, group or tribe.
Pantami the Nigerian Minister Of communication and Digital has finally addressed the issue of the use of NIN and it's importance.Stressing that the issue of the use of NIN to fight insecurity, the is no going back about it.The minister revealed the NIN linking I'd majorly to fight insecurity in the country.
The president of ASUP has declared that they are embarking on an indefinite strike action without looking back.The president declared that all polytechnic institutions would be shut down across the nation because the federal government has failed to meet their agreement.
President Muhammadu Buhari fired the Inspector General of Police Mohammed Adamu while on important duty in Imo State in the early hours of Tuesday.
The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hon.Femi Gbajabiamila, has recently affirmed that the State House of Assembly should not be held responsible for the delayed autonomy and development of the Local Government Areas in Nigeria.The Speaker noted his opinions at a Leadership training conducted at Abuja and organised by Hon.
Nigerian government likely to imprison all Nigerians who do not register as citizens.The Minister of Communications, Dr Ali Isa Pantami, has told reporters at the Government House in Abuja that no unregistered person will re-use democracy.
On Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed an amendment to the country's constitution, which allows him to run for two additional terms every six years and gives himself the opportunity to remain in power until 2036.
The Nigerian constitution allows the freedom of speech, but some citizens take it too far by engaging in defamatory and hate speech.
Nigerians have long been screaming that the Buhari-led administration favors a particular ethnic group over others in the country.These have been some of the issues most Nigerians talk about.
Nigerians in the United Kingdom have started gathering in their numbers at the Nigerian house, London to protest against President Buhari's incessant foreign medical trips.This development was seen in a live video posted posted by BBC pidgin on Facebook not too long ago.