Disempowering The NDLEA: Insider’s View The 2019 elections have come and gone. It has produced its victors and losers, no matter how illegitimate the ballot was. We did not even…
When the suspensions of the Secretary to the Federal Government, Babachir David Lawal, and the Director-General of the Nigerian Intelligence Agency, Ayodele Oke, by the Presidency were announced yesterday, many enthusiastically hoped it was the beginning of the serious disciplinary approach to dealing with malfeasance and nonfeasance in the Nigerian government. Others may say, too little too late, but it can doubtlessly be built upon. The Big Thieves in government and outside it, will not be sleeping now, but orchestrating watertight schemes that will prevent their heads from rolling. Power is sweet especially when stolen funds pay for it. There lies the dilemma the enables corruption to fight back decisively; the money that hooks in the throat. It is always a mistake to appoint many highly corrupt individuals to government. (more…)
Privatise the Government of Nigeria (GON)!
It is amazing to hear that the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation’s refineries are to be sold. Why? Because of inefficiency and under-performance problems if a self-set 30-day government ultimatum fails. This is the same NNPC that is supposed to be the only concrete evidence that President Muhammadu Buhari is doing a good job. Bianimikaley! (more…)