Abuja based prominent politician and economist, Olisa Uzoewulu, has described the just concluded Area Councils election in the Federal Capital Territory as the worst since the dawn of politics in the country. Baring his mind in an interview with The Abuja Inquirer in Abuja, the seasoned politician sta [...]
The Commissioner for Agriculture in Benue state, Hon JAMES ANBUA, is full of optimism that despite the challenges posed by Fulani herdsmen in the state which has largely affected farmers, the state was still able to record success in its pilot dry season farming. Anbua spoke on other sundry matters wi [...]
Dr. Frank Udemba Jacobs is the president, Manufacturers Association of Nigeria, [...]
As a leader, Senator Bukola Saraki is not supposed to go to court with 66 lawyers. What we seek to see in government is sincere people and he claims to be one of such people.
As a lawmaker, going to court with 66 lawyers for the purpose of defence was not proper. It only shows he is not [...]
As far as I am concerned, this is being "penny wise, pound foolish;" sixty-six lawyers defending one man? He is going to pay these lawyers and we are talking about curbing waste in the country .This is 100 per cent waste. It is not needed now.
I understand as Senate President [...]
As the Number 3 citizen in the country, the Senate President knows whether he is guilty of the charges leveled against him or not. Going to court with 66 lawyers does it not suggest he is admitting to the offence?
This is ridiculous! Two lawyers would have been just fine. What he should have do [...]
When taking the oath of office, leaders would promise Nigerians that they will defend the constitution of the Federal Republic and will not allow their personal interest to influence their official duties.
Is that how to defend the constitution? No matter the level of intimidation justice must [...]
What I observed is that perhaps the senators escorted the Senate President into the tribunal to show their loyalty to him. The action was however not good.
This sympathy is too early. They would have waited to see the end of the case before taking such an action.
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