Fredrick Nwabufo is a contributor to The Late Wire. He was the pioneer Abuja Bureau Chief of TheCable.ng, and has written dozens of essays. Find him on Twitter @fredricknwabufo
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Last Thursday, Kemebradikumo Pondei, acting managing director of the NDDC, stormed out of a session with the house of representatives panel investigating the agency.
He could also be seen consoling a sobbing soldier in an ambience that reeks of despondence, fear, tears, sorrow and blood.
Northern Nigeria is not ready for an emir like Sanusi. He is ahead of his time.
As a matter of fact, it appears the only seal in the crack of the APC at the moment is Buhari, and by 2023 when he leaves office it will give way to a big gush. The APC crisis can only get worse. The party was never meant to be.
That Miyetti Allah is seeking inclusion of its members in Operation Amotekun should not elicit wry excitement and suspicion.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) is as flawed as Ibrahim Magu, its acting chairman, who has revised the agency to a personality...
If the government cannot secure its own neighbours in the FCT, how can it secure Nigerians in my village in Anambra, in Okitipupa in Ondo, and in Ilela in Sokoto?