We all know now that Nigeria’s former President Olusegun Obasanjo celebrated the anniversary of his 80th year of his birth this month of March.
In properly structured and organized countries, the question of “Who Speaks on Foreign Policy” doesn’t arise.
At the risk of being perceived as sounding alarmist, permit me to say that the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has just averted a potential social upheaval because of its recent successful intervention at the foreign exchange market.
The ink had hardly dried from my pen before I turned in my article last week when I leant that a day of remembrance for the late Isa Wali was to hold on the penultimate Sunday at the Yar’Adua Center, Abuja.
Even for millions of hapless Nigerians already accustomed to frequent reports of alleged pilfering of billions of dollars and Naira from our three tiers of government, this particular discovery was still mind-boggling in many respects.
What is next for Africa''snewest democracy?
The Gambian political crisis appears to be over with President Adama Barrow having taken the reins of power, successfully and peacefully, with the backing and support of ECOWAS.
I can’t remember the exact day now because it happened such a long time ago.