- ‘ Cases of rape rise to 84% in Nigeria’
- Dana air crash update: 23 aircrash victims’ families yet to receive compensation
- Mimiko inaugurates new Mother & Child hospital today
- N4.56b pension scam: Female accused hospitalised,trial stalled
- Construction workers hail FG’s decision on Lagos-Ibadan expressway
- Senate adjourns plenary for 1 week, dissolves to Appropriation committee.
- Blackout looms as Egbin power plant breaks down
- FMBN, NEXIM, BOA, IB lose N47bn in 6 months - CBN
- FirstBank wins Nigerian Bank of the Year award
- PDP tackles ACN over Tukur’s comments
- Electricity workers threaten strike over Wamakko
- ‘NDIC prosecuted 55 directors, staff of micro finance banks in 2011’
- Judgment in Oni’s appeal stalled, re-fixed for Jan 8
- Slain banker: Deceased had only 3 wounds -Accused’s father
- Appointments: S/West not marginalised —FCC
Enough of Buhari’s noise
Perhaps, politicians need to understand that defeat should be taken in good faith. This addresses the noise about Buhari, which is not healthy for our democratic atmosphere in Nigeria.
Also, General Buhari should understand that, rather than condemning President Goodluck Jonathan, he should encourage and give him the necessary support he needs to take Nigeria to the promised land.
Finally, rather than pointing out the fault and weakness of President Jonathan’s government, he should find a way and method through which he can contribute to the development of Nigeria as a stakeholder in politics.
Adewara, Adekunle Joshua,
Ajayi Crowther University, Oyo,