Idris Mohammed, a public commentator and program officer with YIAGA AFRICA, writes on the struggle for leadership positions by incoming members of the federal legislature in the Senate and the House of Representatives.
New York- based Bloomberg, in its editorial called on the Nigerian government to address the issue of Nigerians living in extreme poverty warning that Nigeria’s young and fast-growing population will make matters worse.
Elections and constitution building enthusiast, Mr. Samson Itodo, writes on the focus on the judiciary, as the third arm of government adjudicates on the petitions arising from the 2019 general elections.
The writer, Buchi Obichie, notes that there are already dissenting voices within the APC as the party seeks to ‘impose’ Senator Ahmed Lawan as Senate president in the incoming ninth National Assembly.
If the church is not funding it, and Asaju has accepted the job of being vice chancellor, he has to find a judicious mix of tuition, donations, endowments and professional services that will support the school.
The recent report of five Nigerians arrested for armed robbery in Dubai and the response by the senior special assistant on foreign affairs and diaspora to the president has brought upon me the above caption.