Posts Tagged ‘Oke Umurhohwo’

Who is terrified by Dadiyata’s voice? ~ Oke Umurhohwo

A day turns two and now, it is over 92 days that a fierce critic of the ruling party, Abubakar Idris, popularly known as Dadiyata, has been seen or heard about. That’s how long his wife has waited for the person at their doorstep to be him; how long his children have missed his adoring […]

Lawan and his ‘bow and go’ crew by Oke Umurhohwo

It was supposed to be ministerial screening sessions but it ended up to be one of the most boring moments in Nigeria’s history. President Muhammadu Buhari had submitted his cabinet choice for the upper legislator’s scrutiny. However, Ahmed Lawan-led Senate bungled their first assignment with an uninspiring display that one of them, Dino Melaye, concluded […]

Zamfara: Apc, Yari, And The Price For Impunity ~ @OkeStalyf

Nigerian politician’s recurrent penchant for impunity have made serious mess of the country’s democracy. From 1999 when democracy returned till the last 2019 general elections, the story has remained the same as gladiators from different political parties deliberately sidelined acceptable processes for their self-made rules thereby treating the country’s laid down rules with disrespect. It […]

2023 Presidency: Tinubu and his mind game

Over time, former Governor of Lagos State, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu have shown a keen understanding of human nature thereby consistently manipulating such to reach for power. When he tried to down play his interest in the 2023 Presidency over the weekend, his intention was well written all over him. The self-acclaimed National Leader of the […]

One Year After, How Far Buhari?

By Nwagwu Everest Chimankpam and Oke Umurhohwo Sometime in mid June 2015, as patriotic Nigerians who wants to hold the new government accountable, we asked what president Buhari was doing, but his supporters were quick to remind us that we should give him time. Fair enough, time we have given him. They also mentioned vividly […]

The PDP Must Give The Youths An Opportunity Ahead of 2019

The bedrock of any organization, either philanthropic, political or otherwise is reflected by the role and respect given to the next generation of such establishment. No nation can progress or successfully navigate the murky waters of globalization without taking adequate care of her youths and children. As at Monday, April 4, 2015, when the opposition Peoples […]