Posts Tagged ‘@stjudendukwe’

Between Igbo Presidency and Amaechi’s Usurpation of God’s Powers ~ @stjudendukwe

By Jude Ndukwe Rotimi Amaechi’s recent declaration that the Igbo should forget about the presidency in 2023 “For refusing to support the APC…” is both self-adulating and hypocritical, and must be treated as the rant of a drowning and diminished political gladiator. Such asinine statement can only come from a man who has been dealt […]

Budget Presentation: Between Virtuous Jeers and Vicious Cheers

By Jude Ndukwe With the enormous goodwill and aura that accompanied President Muhammadu Buhari to Aso Rock on May 29, 2015, no one in his/her wildest dreams would have thought that, between then and now, the president would have lost so much goodwill and support even from his own wife who entered the trenches with […]

Sultan Lied, Gender Equality Bill is not Anti-Islam

By Jude Ndukwe The recent call by the Sultan of Sokoto, His Eminence, Mohammad Sa’ad Abubakar 111, on the Senate, not to pass the Gender Equality Bill because, according to him, the Bill is anti-Islam, is not only false, retrogressive, oppressive but also a continued conspiracy against the total emancipation of the female folk from […]

Senate, SERAP, Ibrahim Magu and the Dearth and Death of CSO’s in Nigeria by @stjudendukwe

By Jude Ndukwe The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project, SERAP, recently wrote a letter to Mr Michel Forst, the UN Rapporteur on situation of human rights defenders on Senate’s refusal to confirm Mr Ibrahim Magu as chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, claiming political and other concocted reasons for the said refusal. […]

Jonathan, Soludo and the Real Idi Amin that Ran the CBN By Jude Ndukwe

Prof Charles Chukwuma Soludo, former governor of Central Bank of Nigeria and former governorship aspirant in Anambra State, got the nation anxious again when he declared in a no-holds-barred manner that former President Goodluck Jonathan ran the Central Bank of Nigeria in manners akin to that of Uganda’s late dictator, Idi Amin. Soludo did not […]

“Change”, PDP and the Fallacy of a Dead Party By Jude Ndukwe

Soon after the March 28, 2015 presidential elections where the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) conceded defeat to the ruling party, the All Progressives Congress (APC), a majority of memebers and supporters of APC hurriedly declared the PDP dead, saying the defeat it suffered at the presidential poll was only the final blow dealt it to […]