The “Inside Politics” report, in Daily Trust of Tuesday, 14th February 2017, which featured Nigeria’s former president, Goodluck Jonathan, shamelessly predicting that PDP is the party to beat in 2019,at a time when Nigerians are grieving and mourning about the monumental corruption being exposed in the media, at the NNPC, NBC, NNDC, INEC, as well as, numerous banks, financial institutions, plus several other public and private establishments, including himself and his wife, Patience, who abused public trust and perpetrated economic crimes, during his 6 years infamous tenure, is the highest display of impunity and insensitivity.
Some years ago, it was predicted that the next literacy is environmental, after computer literacy that came and changed the world.
Quite a number of Nigerians must have been alarmed at the story which appeared early in the week accusing the Turkish government of planning to register a non-governmental organisation (NGO) in Nigeria called Ma’arif Foundation, which will among other things, be used as an espionage agency.
Many people are grumbling over the current state of MMM.
I have heard that some married women in particular, have run into trouble with their husbands for getting involved in quick money making ventures such as MMM and other methods through the internet and other sources without the permission of their husbands.
One image the National Assembly managed to carve for itself over the years is that of a corrupt and indolent institution.
The recent visit of Senate President Bukola Saraki and House of Representatives Speaker Yakubu Dogara to President Muhammadu Buhari in London shows that despite political differences, Nigerians will always unite to move the country forward.