Nuhu Ribadu

Ribadu And Politics Of Principle In Nigeria, By Ibrahim Bala

Ribadu And Politics Of Principle In Nigeria, By Ibrahim Bala
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The mantra of the moment is “Ribadu’s defection to PDP” a case for politics of compromise and convenience in Nigeria. I feel obliged to join the discourse on the current developments pertaining to Nigeria’s political leadership path and future, as it affects principle, integrity and consistency in our political process and practice. There has never […]

PDP Mocking Nuhu Ribadu, We Sympathise With Him, Says Gov Kwankwaso

PDP Mocking Nuhu Ribadu, We Sympathise With Him, Says Gov Kwankwaso
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Kano State governor Rabi’u Kwanwaso has said that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has now made the former EFCC chairman, Nuhu Ribadu, a laughing stock among PDP stakeholders in Adamawa State after the party dumped him in its recent gubernatorial primaries. Kwankwaso stated this yesterday while receiving merit awards from two NGOs, namely, APC Kwankwasiyya […]

Ribadu: How To Con A Cop, By Ahmad B. Kaita

Ribadu: How To Con A Cop, By Ahmad B. Kaita
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When former EFCC boss, the once respected and revered Nuhu Ribadu decided, against all odds and reasonable expectations, to dump the ever growing and promising APC for the sinking and visibly dying PDP many people saw the hands of powerful forces within the presidency and hands pulling the strings within the PDP as well. It […]

Adamawa Guber: How Ribadu’s Withdrawal Paves Way For Adamawa Central

Adamawa Guber: How Ribadu’s Withdrawal Paves Way For Adamawa Central
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The withdrawal of former Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) chairman, Mallam Nuhu Ribadu and seven others of the 14 governorship aspirants angling for the Adamawa state gubernatorial election under the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) platform, has paved the way for Adamawa central senatorial zone to produce the first governor from the zone in 2015. […]

Of Pragmatism and Heroism, By Hussaina Ishaya Audu

Of Pragmatism and Heroism, By Hussaina Ishaya Audu
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A man came to my office today. The moment I heard his voice booming from the reception I had already passed a judgment. I tend to assume that people who need to announce their presence in other people’s offices by speaking so loudly when it is quite unnecessary to do so have an exaggerated sense […]

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