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  • Congratulating General Buhari, President Jonathan and Game Change In Nigeria
    Congratulating General Buhari, President Jonathan and Game Change In Nigeria A nation is built by its people and President Jonathan has distinguished himself more than any other Nigerian by taking democracy in Nigeria to a new level. I congratulate him on a vision and style he has put in place. As such, I want say that President Goodluck Jonathan is…
  • The change Nigerian called for is here, what next?
    We must thank Nigerians for maturity and improvement in their political consciousness, President Jonathan Goodluck Ebele Azikwe for exhibiting political maturity in conceding the election earlier to stop evil men from visiting pogrom on citizens, and Professor Jega for his matured handling of 2015 election and the master stroke of…
  • An open letter to president elect, Mohammandu Buhari
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    My dear Mohammadu Buhari, may I join the millions of Nigerians in congratulating you for winning the 2015 Nigerian election to become the president. We all look forward to your stewardship of the Nigerian ship of state during the next four years, and, hopefully, during the next eight years. However,…
  • Nigeria Needs Leadership That Would Free, Unify, Cleanse, Heal
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    We congratulate both Jonathan and Buhari on accepting to lead my people the Nigerians for the next few years. However, whoever wins the election has important tasks ahead: how to accomplish onerous tasks described in this essay. Nigeria needs a leadership that would guarantee real freedom The people of Nigeria…
  • 5 Problems Buhari May Face And How He Can Overcome Them
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    CAN BUHARI DEAL OPENLY AND HONESTLY WITH THE DEMOCRATIC PROCESS? Despite his vast experience with the military rule and accomplishments as Major General, can the man Buhari put in place a process that would help solve Nigeria’s problems of inadequate food, poor employment opportunities for the youth, lack of light,…
  • Can 2015 Elections Be Rigged?
    Tomorrow the voting for the president of Nigeria begins. How is the process supposed to work? This is the best answer I got from questioning people involved in the elections: One must have registered and must have collected his/her PVC card and identified the voting place his name appears and…
  • Can Nigerian political parties ever become ideological?
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    If you pay attention to the current electioneering in Nigeria (March, 2015) and listen to the two main political parties, the People’s Democratic Party, PDP and the All Progressive Congress, APC you would notice that neither party has stated its agenda; neither has told Nigerians what it wants to do…

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