Vote Buhari, get the Cabal versus Osinbajo

Nigerians turned to a former military dictator, who launched the War against Indiscipline, jailed politicians for up to 200 years each for corruption and ruthlessly suppressed insurgencies.

~ Vanguard News

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The race for Nigeria's presidency in 2019

There are more than 60 other candidates, though their chances of winning are slim as the wealth and patronage networks of the two main parties drive the politics of Africa’s top oil producer and most populous country.

Reuters , Africa Feb 7, 2019
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The men who would lead Nigeria: the presidency, power and petroleum

Installed as military dictator after a coup in December 1983, his approach was typified by policies that included having people whipped if they refused to queue at bus stops.

Reuters , Africa Feb 11, 2019
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Silent grumbling shaping northern voters’ slant | The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper - Nigeria and World News

Such grandiose but unmet expectations of utopian welfare system or socialist redistribution of wealth are prevalent among the poor masses in the north based on the mythical rehash of Buhari’s years as a military head of state when warehouses were ...

The Guardian , Nigeria Feb 3, 2019
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The men who would lead Nigeria

He earned the nickname ‘Baba Go Slow’ during his first term when critics said he governed at a glacial pace, particularly when low oil prices caused a currency crisis.

The East African , Kenya Feb 11, 2019
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A body-bag election

Stressing that the Buhari administration had so far failed to manage the “change” expectations of Nigerians or ‘to deliver even mundane matters of governance’ outside of fighting Boko Haram and corruption, he urged him to “act decisively.”

Punch , Nigeria Feb 9, 2019
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The race for Nigeria's presidency in 2019

Buhari’s 2015 victory with his All Progressives Congress (APC) party was built on three promises: to rid Nigeria of endemic corruption, fix the economy and tackle security threats.

EWN , South Africa Feb 7, 2019
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The race for Nigeria's presidency in 2019

Buhari’s 2015 victory with his All Progressives Congress (APC) party was built on three promises: to rid Nigeria of endemic corruption, fix the economy and tackle security threats.

Reuters , Africa Feb 7, 2019
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The men who would lead Nigeria: the presidency, power and petroleum

He earned the nickname ‘Baba Go Slow’ during his first term when critics said he governed at a glacial pace, particularly when low oil prices caused a currency crisis.

EWN , South Africa Feb 10, 2019
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Muhammadu Buhari: Nigeria’s anti-corruption president

How far Buhari’s illness has affected his attempt to end the threat from Boko Haram, tackle corruption, and boost the economy will be a subject of discussion for years.

The Independent , Uganda Feb 9, 2019
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Goodbye To Illusions By Sylvester Odion Akhaine

Christine Lagarde, the Empress of IMF visited and gave the administration a cocktail of slave driving tools to further impoverish Nigerians struggling to eke out a bare living.

Sahara Reporters , Nigeria Feb 10, 2019
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Goodbye To Illusions Called APC And Muhammadu Buhari By Sylvester Odion Akhaine

Christine Lagarde, the Empress of IMF visited and gave the administration a cocktail of slave driving tools to further impoverish Nigerians struggling to eke out a bare living.

Sahara Reporters , Nigeria Feb 11, 2019
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Buhari, Atiku war over alleged vote-buying

But President Buhari said reliable evidence gathered by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, revealed that those who had looted Nigeria’s treasury, now with huge resources at their disposal, were planning to undermine the credibilit...

Vanguard News , Nigeria Feb 10, 2019
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2019 Election: Why would anyone vote for Buhari?

Wednesday, February 6, 2019, the Leadership newspaper reported that, the Central Bank of Nigeria Governor, Godwin Emefiele, cautioned that the nation’s debt profile has risen to an alarming rate near the pre-2005 Paris Club levels: N22.43 trillion...

Vanguard News , Nigeria Feb 8, 2019
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2019: An opportunity to save Nigeria

From the utterances of some of the officials of the FG, inhabiting a place Reuben Abati informed us is the abode of demons and witches, it would appear that some of them have been fed with grass to make “malu” out of them.

Vanguard News , Nigeria Feb 10, 2019
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El-Rufai’s strange eruption, and Atiku’s capitalism

But the curious thing is, the APC “big wigs” are now strangely calling on the same “international community” to steer clear of Nigeria’s domestic affairs over the Justice Onogghen case, and the concerns expressed about the possibility of plans, gi...

Vanguard News , Nigeria Feb 9, 2019
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Obasanjo, a beneficiary of rigged polls, says Tinubu | The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper - Nigeria and World News

Buhari canvassed for votes in Ondo as the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, cautioned all security agencies in the country against getting involved in the political system, especially the forthcoming gen...

The Guardian , Nigeria Feb 5, 2019
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Violence forces Ogun State APC presidential rally to abrupt end | The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper - Nigeria and World News

A dress rehearsal of what is likely to happen during the general elections in Ogun State played out yesterday, forcing the presidential rally of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Abeokuta to be hurriedly brought to an end by the party.During ...

The Guardian , Nigeria Feb 11, 2019
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Fighting corruption in Nigeria is difficult , says Buhari

The president who was with the Vice-President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo and other senior party members, told the mammoth crowd at the 15,000 capacity Ekiti Pavilion that he would not be discouraged to rid the country of graft as he promised in 2015.

Vanguard News , Nigeria Feb 5, 2019
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Nigeria elections: All you need to know

After inheriting a bad situation on account of falling oil prices and general despair on corruption under the previous government, he has undoubtedly made it worse," economist Feyi Fawehinmi told Al Jazeera.

News 24 , South Africa Feb 7, 2019
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Remember this before you cast your vote

For the purpose of this series of articles, I want to single out the Professors writing for PUNCH and VANGUARD, who, are usually erudite, futuristic, well-informed and reasonably objective; but who have joined the illogical, and the ill-informed i...

Vanguard News , Nigeria Feb 9, 2019