In the presidential system of government, which Nigeria practises, separation of power is a cardinal principle. This is a system, whereby all arms of government (Executive, Legislature and Judiciary)
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In the four days that President Muhammadu Buhari visited the United States of America, where he met with the country’s President, Barack Obama, Vice President, Joe Biden, Secretary of State, John Kerry, former Secretary
By next week, the crisis rocking the All Progressives Congress (APC) over the choice of Senate President and Speaker of the House of Representatives would be one month old.
It was pathetic listening to governors the other day talking about the economic crunch that has ravaged their states. Speaking under the aegis of the Nigerian Governors
It’s no exaggeration to say that one of the problems of Nigeria is that history keeps repeating itself.
Today, the baton of leadership at the apex of government in Nigeria will change hands. Henceforth and in the next four years, in the first instance, Nigeria and the world will be hearing of President Muhammadu Buhari. And the slogan: “Sai Baba” or “Sai Buhari” will become the refrain.
Next Friday, as a new government is inaugurated at the centre, in Abuja, with President-elect, Muhammadu Buhari, taking the oath of office as well as oath of allegiance and new governors also being sworn in, Enugu
Two Fridays away, on May 29, 2015, President-elect, General Muhammadu Buhari, will take the oath of office and be sworn in as president of the federal republic. As a man, who persistently sought to be president, to the extent that he
Last week, one reader sent me this SMS: “Everywhere you go, a typical Yoruba person will say Igbo have made a mistake in voting for President Goodluck Jonathan.
Which geopolitical zone in the country will produce the next Senate President or the leader of the Eighth Senate? Will it be North-East? North-West? South-West? North-Central? Or South-South? This is the question that has, figuratively, defied