September 24, 2017 11:02 pm

Grimot Nane Perspective

Unspoken Losers of the  Postponement of the Nigerian February 14th Elections

Unspoken Losers of the Postponement of the Nigerian February 14th Elections

President Goodluck Jonathan and General Muhammadu Buhari: Presidential Candidates in the Nigerian 2015 Elections The postponement of the 2015 General Elections scheduled to be held on the 14th of February disrupted many things in Nigerian politics. The Ghanaian economist George Ayittey classified it as “incompetence” displayed by a nation that boasts loudly to be the “Giant of Africa” but could ... Read More »

Sanusi: the Last Man Standing in Soludo’s Great Debate

Sanusi: the Last Man Standing in Soludo’s Great Debate

Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, now Emir of Kano The bombshell released not too long ago in the media by Charles Soludo on his evaluation of the 2015 general elections and the future of the Nigerian economy has created a “great debate” that has migrated to its “natural place”; the major theft of state resources and its protective syndrome. The only person ... Read More »

Reflections on Charles Soludo’s Bombshell

Reflections on Charles Soludo’s Bombshell

Professor Charles Soludo I have a lot of respect for Professor Charles Soludo; he is a genuine intellectual giant of world renown in the arena of economics and I follow his works seriously. Soludo’s recent article on the Buhari versus Jonathan is very enlightening and fact-dominated. However, it brushes aside some fundamental issues and canonises Olusegun Obasanjo. First, Obasanjo carries ... Read More »

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