Funke Adejumo .. The seeds, the planting and the harvest … All the Pros and the Cons
A Judicial commission of inquiry into the rot that is the moribund Ajaokuta steel company, openly televised like the famous Oputa Panel, will be a clear proof that President Muhammadu Buhari is determined and committed to fight the hydra-headed monster called corruption.
This is necessary in the light of the testimony of Ms Hadiza Natasha Akpoki to the House of Representatives, currently investigating the circumstances around the concession of the Ajaokuta Steel complex and the Itakpe Iron Ore plant. Continue reading “Judicial Commission of Inquiry into the Ajaokuta Steel Rot”
My friend, Ogunsiku Olusegun rightly observed that “Judging by the congratulations over the CCT judgement that cuts across the North and South, he is in pole position to be the next President than any other candidate(s). Secondly, he is from the middle belt; another major factor counting for him. He is PDP in heart and APC in appearance (See how many PDP Governors have congratulated him). Except God says no, ASO Villa prepare for the next anointed President by Nigeria’s Politicians.” Continue reading “Abubakar Bukola Saraki: Your President in waiting”
Barrister Adebayo Shittu, Hon. Minister of Communications Technology, Federal Republic of Nigeria, speaks on his stewardship so far.
R.SF. Honourable Minister sir, I will like to thank you for this opportunity to discuss some burning issues on ICT in Nigeria with you.
HM. It is my pleasure. Continue reading “Stewardship of Barrister Adebayo Shittu in ICT”
And in the News …..
1. Saraki to appear before the Code of Conduct Tribunal today [Sep 21, 2015]
2. Senate finally amends Code of Conduct bill. takes over control of agency from the Presidency [Oct 27, 2016]
3. Saraki’s trial resumes at the Code of Conduct Tribunal [Nov 7, 2016] Continue reading “Saraki and the loose Noose”
The message was circulated via sms and whatsapp. It read …
“Avoid First Consultants Medical Centre Ltd, Obalende, Lagos, The victim in the first case of Ebola identified in Nigeria has died in the hospital. Do not go near Obalende”.
As I read the message, My mind swung immediately, into unraveling the puzzle. How could the virus have been identified in the patient and by who?
Death is a debt we must all pay. That this widely known but not widely celebrated, and for many years, totally unsung activist, died after presenting a paper at the pre-meeting of the proposed National Conference, is proof that he walked his talk, doing exactly what he swore to die doing, Activism!!
To death so bowed Baba Oluwide Omojola, the one we all call Baba. Born 13th July 1938, Economist and 1961 Graduate of the London School of Economics, Member of the Honourable Society of the Inner temple of London (1962), Fellow of the Royal Economic Society of England (1963), Life Member, Nigeria Economic Society (1984), Social crusader, NADECO (1994) Chieftain, Social Crusader, Chairperson: June 12 Coalition of Democratic Formations, Member of the South South Commission on Science & Technology. Director of Organisation: Movement for National Reformation, National Coordinator: Socialist Revolution Vanguard, Chairperson: programme Committee, Socialist Party of Nigeria. President Oodua Liberation Movement & Chairman, Board of Trustees, Aare Apapo Omo Oodua, Managing Editor: Mass Line, Member, Board of Tustees: Young Farmers Club, President of Council, Gender & Development Action, President: Action Group (Party of Environment, Labour, Human rights, Civil liberties, Political, Economic, Humanist etc. activists of Nigeria, and many other things. He took his last breath on Saturday 19th October 2013.