IS NIGERIA TURNING INTO A TOTALITARIAN STATE!? Maybe it already has…

IS NIGERIA TURNING INTO A TOTALITARIAN STATE!? Maybe it already has…

To answer the question of if Nigeria has become a totalitarian state under a Buhari led dictatorship, one must first scrutinize the current situation of the nation. Recently I came across a WhatsApp broadcast by an unnamed individual (I guess everyone’s now scared of being picked up by DSS). The broadcast’s author seemed convinced that Nigeria has become a totalitarian state which is enjoying a brief yet shaky reprieve because of the Head of State’s absence. The broadcast was titled, “The Benefits of Buhari’s Indefinite Leave of Absence”, and you can read it below. Fulani herdsmen haven’t killed anyone since Read more »

WHAT DID NIGERIANS GAIN FROM THE FEBRUARY 6TH PROTEST? NOTHING?

WHAT DID NIGERIANS GAIN FROM THE FEBRUARY 6TH PROTEST? NOTHING?

Did Nigerians gain anything from the protest? Asides from a bit of traffic in a few key areas in Lagos and Abuja. And a chance to stretch their legs and take selfies. Charly Boy strongly advised the protest to continue till government moves. Or at least till government pretends to be sympathetic to the plight of Nigerians. But we all know Nigerians are not going to listen to Mr Charly. Who wants to stand in the hot sun waving banners when his family’s dinner is still uncertain? Former chairman of the Human Rights Commission, Odinkalu, during the protest warned Buhari’s Read more »

WHY DO NIGERIANS WISH PRESIDENT BUHARI DEAD? And why is 2face so pissed off?

WHY DO NIGERIANS WISH PRESIDENT BUHARI DEAD? And why is 2face so pissed off?

The answer is really quite simple, “people are beyond sick and tired of President Buhari and his administration’s bullshit!” It’s almost like a customized curse that’s affiliated with his regime is ravaging through the land. I was out buying suya (barbecue) last week and was doing my best to woo the suya vendor into giving me a good bargain because in my experience, I’ve discovered humility rather than bravado is a better tool while negotiating with a Nigerian seller. While haggling, another man showed up and thought maybe playing Team Hausa would win him favour with the suya man. The Read more »