Posts Tagged ‘Fredrick Nwabufo’

Who Do ‘Magu Boys’ Work For, EFCC Or An Emperor? ~ Fredrick Nwabufo

by Ikokwu Ikembaon September 2, 2019
A scathing detraction to professionalism in Nigeria is the customisation of public offices. Institutions are built around personalities rather than on principles and service. The corrugation of Nigeria’s public offices and institutions has a long history. But of significance is the brazen privatisation and deployment of public office to insular ends by Michael Aondooakaa, Attorney-General […]

Political exclusion of Southeast is affirming the Propaganda of Biafra Extremists

by Ikokwu Ikembaon June 12, 2019
“Onye Nigeria, I told you one day, there will be job adverts for positions in the federal civil service, and there will be a clause: ‘No candidate from the southeast allowed’; the exclusion of Ndi Igbo from the leadership of the three arms of government is just the beginning.” That was the message of an […]

Buhari’s hammer on AIT ~ Fredrick Nwabufo

by Ikokwu Ikembaon June 7, 2019
The Buhari presidency’s animus against AIT has a four-year history. On April 26, 2015, a reporter and a cameraman of the TV station were estopped from covering the affairs of then President-elect Buhari at the Defence House. And since then, it has been a test of wills. The fount of this hostility is the government’s […]

Buhari, how does your support for Palestine benefit Nigeria? @FredrickNwabufo

by Ikokwu Ikembaon June 3, 2019
There is no morality in global politics. It is eat or be eaten. The nucleus of international relations, beyond the niceties of diplomacy, is interest. Substantially, foreign relations is a trade of interests. Nothing is given for nothing. Every country seeks its own even in the extension of charity to another country. But Nigeria’s approach […]