Posts Tagged ‘Mbasekei Martin Obono’

Next Level of Corruption? ~ Mbasekei Martin Obono

In Nigeria, corruption seems most prevalent in the public sector. Silas Anyio, in his research piece, identifies that due to corruption “public administration risks losing both its capacity to be effective and the trust of citizens in the fair and impartial application of public resources and authority.” In effect, it is a problem that could […]

Mbasekei Martin Obono pens an ‘angry’ open letter to President Muhammadu Buhari

Attention, Mr. President. Mr. President, You have been busy lately – in Cotonou, in Yaounde, and in Washington DC. You must be tired. Welcome back, especially from God’s own country. I like it when you travel because it looks like you only like to speak to us from foreign lands. You prefer to reveal your plans […]

OP-ED| Ugep Massacre: An indictment on Human Rights 

There is a magnificent metropolis called Ugep. Ugep is located in Yakurr Local Government Area in the Northwest of Calabar, the capital of Cross River State with an unofficial population of about three hundred thousand people or more. Yakurr is the language of the people of Ugep. As an adventurous lad, my parents weren’t given […]