That got your attention, right? Preposterous idea, isn’t it? Or is it? Well, proponents of the Minimalist State argue that Government should only focus on Security, Health and Education, and leave everything else to the private sector to do.
One of my unforgettable sessions, at the Daily Trust editorial board happened on the day of President ‘Yar’adua’s funeral.
Dealing with insurgents is the most difficult warfare any country would ever want to encounter because of several factors and one of the major factor is that the enemy is domiciled within the country.
When Professor Abdalla Uba Adamu was appointed on February 10, 2016 as the
Vice-chancellor of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) by the federal government, he came with an uncommon zest to lift the institution to the next level of its development.
It is heartwarming to acknowledge the cautious speed with which the president, Muhammadu Buhari is embarking on the task of ruling Nigeria wherein he has brought to bear his years of experience as an astute administrator and matured disposition to issues.
The standing proponent of the renewed restructuring advocacy, Atiku Abubakar, is hell bent on selling the new-found or re-awakened political theory to every Jack and Jill that cares about the political game of Nigerian state.
Since the political crisis in The Gambia stated last December with President Yahya Jammeh rejecting the result of the presidential election citing “irregularities”, there have been many suggestions as to how best to handle the issue.