Philemon Adjekuko

Malami washes hands off Sanusi’s dethronement, detention

As the dust is yet to settle on the dethronement and detention of Lamido Sanusi as the Emir of Kano, the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Mr. Abubakar Malami, Mr. Abubakar Malami, SAN, has denied his involvement in the situation.

Malami in a terse statement signed by [...]

Mon, 16 March 2020


Nigerian Senate re-enacts Italian ’94

Back in '94 an Italian contractor went into a government office in Milan to bid for a small supply job worth about $4000. The head of the department asked him for a small kickback.
The contractor was pissed off. Times were hard for him and he had had enough of the demand for kickbacks in the [...]

Fri, 15 April 2016


Again, blood flows in Rivers

On March 19, the rerun in Rivers state will take place among others in the country. But unlike other states, Rivers state has continued to be the topic of conversation on all media platforms. It is not the 36 rerun slots being competed for that is generating the conversation rather it is the second ro [...]

Sun, 13 March 2016


Criminal justice and Buhari’s quest for a better Nigeria

The United States has the most punitive criminal justice system in the world. Death sentences and long prison terms are a routine. Some states have adopted a "three strikes" law; commit a certain crime three times, no matter how "small" the crime may be and you are away for a very [...]

Mon, 07 March 2016


What if Buhari Fails?

There is a mathematical possibility that President Muhammadu Buhari may fail just like his immediate predecessor. He may either throw in the towel in 2019 or Nigerians, out of extreme frustration, may ask him to take the ramp exiting into Daura. Unfortunately, whichever way it comes, Nigeria, in the w [...]

Sun, 28 February 2016


Wike vs Dakuku: How the Supreme Court May Decide

In a few days the Supreme Court will bring the Governorship Election case in Rivers State to a conclusion. One issue that will attract close attention is how the Apex Court will decide the fate of the card reader in view of

  • Section 160 of the 1999 constitution (which empowers INEC to make [...]

    Sun, 24 January 2016


Wike vs Dakuku: How the Supreme Court May Decide

In a few days the Supreme Court will bring the Governorship Election case in Rivers State to a conclusion. One issue that will attract close attention is how the Apex Court will decide the fate of the card reader in view of

  • Section 160 of the 1999 co [...]

    Sun, 24 January 2016


Naanovo: One technology, Three Products, little attention

Naanovo waste to energy technology (WTE) is unlike any other that we know of in our current mix of energy sources. It uses urban waste to produce electricity, blocks and potable water simultaneously. The technology burns waste to heat and convert water into steam which is then used to drive turbines t [...]

Sat, 16 January 2016


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