Africa has a reputation for having some of the longest serving presidents, as well as the oldest. Some of the oldest African presidents are also the longest serving ones, while others are just advancing age, but have not exceeded their presidential terms. Here are 5 of the oldest presidents in Africa; Teodoro Obiang Nguema(President of Equatorial Guinea): Teodoro Obiang Nguema is an Equator Guinean politician, who has been the second president of Equatorial Guinea since August, 1979. Emerson Mnangagwa(President
I feel that it is something very important for all citizens of a country to always give maximum respect to the people who occupy important and top positions in the country.It is also very important to honor the names of people who are being elected as leaders and no joke should be made about their names as a way of disrespect.
"Your Opinions Are irrelevant, Nigeria Is Not Failed And Will Never Fail" -Man Replies John Campbell
A Nigerian man who goes by the following Twitter username - Dr. Bello Anka has considered it necessary to give a befitting reply to John Campbell in a tweet he made about Nigeria.John Campbell was the acting director of the Office of the Historian within the Department of State.
Few days ago, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Chief Robert Clarke urged President Muhammadu Buhari to transfer his power to the military.He claimed that a military takeover will combat the rising issue of insecurity and economic crisis in the country.Chief Robert Clarke further adviced that Nigeria should be reduced to six states, as it was before.
I Swear By My Father's Grave, Nigeria Will Collapse in Six Months Time If Urgent Steps Are Not Taken - Chief Robert Clarke
The high level of insecurity in the country has seen many people come out publicly to express their displeasure over what is happening.It is no doubt that Nigeria as a country has always had security challenges, but it can be argued that the situation now is worse than what we have ever witnessed since the end of the civil war.
Divide Nigeria And Let Military Take Over The Country, You'll See The Difference -SAN Advises Buhari
Amidst the security challenges across the country relating to the issue of banditry and Boko-Haram insurgents.A Senior Advocate of Nigeria has reportedly advised the president of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari to take an urgent step concerning insecurity in Nigeria.Robert Clarke "(SAN)" has told Buhari to temporarily hand over the government to the military in a bid to put an end to the security and economic dilemma in Nigeria.
Chelsea qualified for the Uefa Champions League final at the Olympic Stadium in Istanbul, following a 2-0 win over Real Madrid at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night, all thanks to Timo Werner and Mason Mount's wonderful goals which saw Chelsea qualified for their first UCL final since 2012.
Lately people are coming out to show their displeasure in the current high level of insecurity in the country.Joining the list of those expressing their displeasure on the high rate of insecurity is the Senior Advocate of Nigeria and a big supporter of Mohammed Buhari in the person of Chief Robert Clarke.
A foremost elder stateman and Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Robert Clarke has waged into the current insecurity currently bedeviling the country.Robert Clarke was responding to the threat by the Nigerian security agencies who warned detractors from further making inciting speeches against the President.While speaking during a channelsTV live transmitted interview session, the former lawyer to President Shehu Shagari lamented the increased wave of disturbances throughout the country.
" I Swear By My Father's Grave That If Care Is Not Taken Nigeria Will Break Within 6 Months"- Clarke
The popular Nigerian Politician, Essayist, and Poet Femi Fani Kayode shared the video of an interview, Seun Okinbaloye of Channels Television with Chief Robert Clarke( SAN) regarding his own view about the present situation of Nigeria.He said in the video that, he swears by his father's grave that if care is not taken Nigeria will break within 6 months, and can not guaranteed Nigerians staying together anymore, it will collapsed in 6 months time.
"I swear by my father’s grave, Nigeria will collapse in 6 months if care is not taken"- Robert Clarke
A former Lawyer to Ex-President Jonathan, Robert Clarke, has given his verdict on what will happen to Nigeria in 6 months if care is not taken.According to Robert Clarke, the insecurity in the Southeast is already degenerating into a civil war, capable of collapsing the Country.
The recent 2021, April military take-over of power in the Republic of Chad and also the recent military coup in Myanmar is just the tip of the iceberg when it to comes to examples of armed forces seizing power in countries around the world. From the French word for "stroke of state," coup d'etats are much more prevalent than residents of stable nations may realize. Unlike democratic coups, military coups usually result in dictatorships or tyrannical, repressive autocracies. Why do these military coups continue
The burial of the former President of Chad Republic Idris Deby is currently underway in his country.The late President was reportedly gunned down by rebel forces few days ago while on the battlefield.Following his death, his son who is a general in the army was appointed Head of State.
Following the death of Chad's president from 1990, the person of Idriss Deby, we take a look at some of Africa's longest serving leaders.1.Yoweri Museveni: The current president of Uganda, he has been in power since 1986, when he toppled Idi Amin, that is, 35 years.
Africa as continent have experienced devastating and tyrannical rules since the period of Independence.And this resulted to flaws in leadership failed governance and dysfunctional States in Africa, despite it's richness in human and natural resources.Below are the ten (10) most wicked, tyrannical and oppressive dictators Africa have ever seen.
Open Letter To Clarke After Asking Buhari To Divide Nigeria Into 6 States, Military Should Take Over
Dear Robert Clarke, I'm am writing this letter to you as a concerned Nigerian Northerner after you said "President Muhammadu Buhari should divide the country into six states, the military should take over immediately over insecurity".Sir, I strongly disagreed about what you just said because diving into the country or giving the country into the hand's army will likely bring an issue to the country such as; 1) Mismanagement Of Government.
After Mr. Robert Clarke, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) made a call to the Nigerian Government to hand over power to the Armed Forces in order to restructure the country, the Force authorities have replied him.The reply definitely is not what Mr Clarke was expecting as the military gave a statement through its Director, Defence Information (DDI), Brigadier-General Onyema Nwachukwu, saying the loyalty of the military establishment was irrevocable.
Have you ever taken a minute to wonder how some of your favorite male musicians, actors and other television personalities would look like if there were born as female?As regarding this article, we shall be looking at the edited photos of how some of your favorite television superstars would look like assuming they were ladies.
The famous actor, Jet Li Li Lianjie (courtesy name Yangzhong) better known by his stage name Jet Li, was born on 26th April 1963.He is a Chinese-born Singaporean film actor, film producer, martial artist, and retired Wushu champion who was born in Beijing.
A Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Robert Clarke, has said he cannot guarantee that Nigeria will survive the challenges of insecurity for six more months.Robert Clake said this when he was speaking on Channels TV programme on Sunday, 2nd of May.He said Nigeria is on the verge of collapse, emphasizing that the current security challenges in the country is worse than the situation when Shehu Shahari was in government in 1982.