In the First Republic, the then Legislature, that is the Senate and the House of Representatives, failed to play its role as the custodian of democracy and defender of the Constitution as well as being the vehicle for socio-economic development by acquiescing to the military's takeover of power albeit anchored on the prevailing Ethno-National contradictions brought to the fore by that military action. Likewise, its re-establishment as the National Assembly in 1979 eventually exhibited this inability
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Originally Posted by Alex Aidaghese
After reviewing Mr. President's answers to some of the questions during his maiden media briefing, I have no cause to doubt that he means well for Nigeria. Therefore, to the extent that his displayed sterner resolve is not selectively applied along partisan or political party lines, I am optimistic that, come 2019, our image of a corruption laden society
What is corruption?
Corruption is a way of life. Most Nigerians don't see anything wrong in being corrupt.
Some of us are seen as suegbe, suganmu for not joining the gravy train.
It is an art that almost everyone and anyone has mastered in Nigeria.
Nigerians are all corrupt, starting from a 2year old to the oldest person in that country.
Nobody gives a fart about the source of your wealth, all they want is for you to roger them.
Originally Posted by Obugi
Killing Buhari would be an excellent service to all Nigerians.
If these Biafra idiots weren't such cowards, the massacre of 9 peaceful Biafra protesters in Onitsha by the Nigeria Army would have prompted the assassination of Buhari or at least Rochas Okorocha.
Someone should do it already.