“Haba! Baba, Baba, please, forgive and forget, please! This is Satan at work o! Baba, pleeease,” the chasing pack pleaded.
About 300 companies applied to the gas buying and trading scheme to end gas flaring from 48 oil production sites.
Anarchists and liars from the pit of hell thought they could throw a spanner in the works of what was a resounding reception for the President all round, when they concocted a story that the delegation was attacked in Kano, and the convoy pelted with stones. Really? Must have happened in their addled and befuddled imagination.
Perhaps the clearest sign that Atiku is headed for victory came, ironically, from the frustrations of Bola Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress (APC), which culminated in his second outburst in as many occasions in Ogun State.
But, what about interactive advertising? This is a question worth asking. The sector is, after all, poised to be worth US$123.3 billion by 2030. Advertising has also been at the forefront and driving seat of many major technological shifts that have defined the past two decades. Search and social media, in particular, owe much of their growth and profitability to advertising revenue, while also forcing the industry to evolve in new and exciting directions.
Nigeria is hemorrhaging and is in urgent need of a competent, wise, and strong leader to pull it back from the precipice. He must be such that can inspire hope and confidence in the citizens; a leader who will uphold the fundamental principles of fairness, equity, and justice. Above all, the next president must have a clear vision for the country that is realistic, measurable, and progressive. So, who among the leading presidential candidates is best suited to lead Nigeria out of its current woes?
Unfortunately, it appears this sagely truth is lost on Senator Ovie Omo-Agege who has unwittingly alienated his party’s core foot soldiers and stalwarts only to be found around town gloating that he has at last, successfully poached some band of irredentists or turncoats from the PDP.
INEC further extended collection hours by an additional two hours, from 9am till 5pm, including Saturdays and Sundays.
This distortion of democracy is causing a whole lot of worries, and one of such was expressed by a former President of Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan, who had during a visit to TOSTV Network studios in Abuja said “I have already made a public statement on that to the effect that ballot paper and not the judiciary should determine who wins elections or select political leaders. The ballot paper should be the only basis for selecting political leaders.”
Even though Nigerians are known to be resilient people, the situation in the country is becoming unbearable
This is the situation facing Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the APC’s presidential flag bearer as his First Eleven team seems to be hemorrhaging players.
Moody’s notes the FGN’s deteriorating fiscal and debt position and its lack of capacity to respond to same.
You need platforms to demonstrate your skills; but you shouldn’t expect a smooth sail as you set out.
Only a fit man would have such energy at 80 years of age. We thank Allah for His Mercies on you, and us.
It was a journey that started about two years ago with the Thailand Government and the business conglomerates.
Habits of colonial thought mislead many to assume that democracy originated in Europe, either in ancient Greece (which gives us the word ‘democracy’ from demos, ‘the people’, and kratos, ‘rule’) or through the emergence of a rights tradition, from the English Petition of Right in 1628 to the French Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen in 1789.
Using the animal world as a motif, Odunjo told this story which ancient Yoruba belief used to depict gross human deception and how human beings are easily susceptible to and capable of mischief.
When he refused to follow the traditional path taken by governors finishing their tour of duty, many thought he wanted to make a career in dancing to the beatings of a live band. There were arguments on where he would ply his trade – clubhouses or political gatherings – and whether he could attract a large audience that can offset the clubhouses’ bills or sway political opinions.
It is important to note that the Challawa Kano is the largest grid-connected solar power plant in the country so far.
Of course, whether Asiwaju Tinubu becomes Nigeria’s next president or not, those good deeds are to his credit!