On the Important Matter of the National Conference (NC) 
On the Matter of Ongoing Universities' Strike in Nigeria

OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF THE ALUKO FAMILY ON THE PASSING AWAY OF PROFESSOR SAMUEL ADEPOJU ALUKO

Some Nagging Questions, Post-Fuel-Subsidy Removal
On the Matter of the 2011 Presidential Election in Nigeria

Election 2011 Snafu - Snatching Victory From The Jaws Of Defeat By This 

Why INEC Does Not Need All These Direct Data Capture Machines (DDCMs)
Towards Credible 2011 elections in Nigeria - Another Try
Now that Goodluck Jonathan is Acting President.....

Ending Nigeria’s Annus Horribilis 2009 with the Two Umars

The Yar’Adua “Speech”, the Abutu “Ruling” and A Warning to Jonathan: “Caveat Emptor”

In Defence of the Vice-President, in the Failure of the President Doing the Right Thing
The Yar'Adua Presidency Saga - and Whether the Nation is Really Stuck
The Global Financial Meltdown: Impact on Nigeria's Capital Market and Foreign Reserves
On Today's Prononuncement of the Presidential Petition Panel For Yar'Adua/Jonathan and Against Buhari/Atiku - Some Quick First Impressions
 
The Arithmetic Inevitability (Almost) of an Obama Democratic Party Presidential Nomination
A bungled "Kuru-Gate" Move to Shunt EFCC's Nuhu Ribadu Aside Makes His Position Stronger
On Iwu and Ribadu at Kuru - Some Quick Thoughts and Recommendations
On the Unnecessary Re-Opening of Cameroon-Nigeria-Bakassi Wounds - Some Quick Thoughts
The CBN and Its Finances – Cash Cow or Money Sink?

A Quick Look at Yar'Adua's Ministers - And A Few Troubling Issues to Ponder

Nigeria's  Sociological and Linguistic Idiosyncrasies and Peccadilloes - A Potpourri

How Not to Knock a "Cabinet" Together in Nigeria – And Suggestions for Effective "Carpentry"

Yar`Adua`s Billion-Naira Assets: Another Update
That One Billion Naira Public Declaration of Assets by Umar Musa Yar'Adua
A Howling Illegality Concocted by New Ekiti Executive & Old State Assembly

Why INEC's Professor Maurice Iwu Must Be Sacked Now, Period

On the April 2007 Elections in Nigeria and its Aftermath
Why the April 2007 Elections Might Not Hold - and if it Holds, What Must Be Done for it Not to Be a Fiasco
On the Power – or Lack Thereof - of INEC to Disqualify Candidates
 INEC Has Begun Its Deadlines Violation and Internet "Mago-Mago"
INEC Is Arrogating Too Much Power to Itself to Screen or Verify Candidates!
10 Minimal Ways to Combat Rigging In 2007
 On the Mother of All Illegalities - The "Sacking" of Vice-President Atiku Abubakar
Nigeria -   10 Years of Transparency International Monitoring Perception of Nigeria 's Corruption
Expanding INEC's Options for Voter Registration
Why INEC Should Declare Victory and Go Manual Now
Do Fayose and Olujimi Still Have Immunity?
The State of Emergency in Ekiti State and the Nebuchadnezzar Non-Option
Impeaching State Executives -  A Closer Look at Sections 188 and 192 of Nigeria's 1999 Constitution
The 2006 Education Budget for Nigeria -   A Forensic Investigation 
Our Country at 46:  Industrializing Nigeria
Why Both Obasanjo and Atiku Should Not Be Impeached
Adenuga, Fasawe, Atiku, Obasanjo and EFCC - A Chronology of Events (1999 - 2007)
Consequences of INEC's Announcement of 2007 Election Time-Table
The Ethical Burden of Obasanjo's "Blind Trust" and Transcorp -  "Please Speak to the Nation,  Ejoo Sir!"
On The Resignation of Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala from the Obasanjo Administration
Interrogating the New Harmonized Electoral Act 2006 - Some Recommendations

Mid-Week Essay: Recommending Dates and Ballot System for the 2007 Nigerian Elections. By Mobolaji E. Aluko, PhD

Sunday Musings:  The Candidates that Nigeria Needs For Her Democracy to Survive. By Mobolaji E. Aluko, PhD Details

Comment From The Nigerian Democratic Movement (NDM) On The House Of Lords Debate

Letter to Presidents Obasanjo on Third Term Agenda - On Obj's vist to the White House

MONDAY QUARTER-BACKING:  BEKO IS GONE - BUT HIS SPIRIT LIVES ON! (A Personal Retrospection)

MONDAY QUARTERBACKING:  The  Rifeness and Arithmetics of Fraud and Corruption in Nigeria
Demands for Presidential Power Rotation in Nigeria and Present Dangers
MONDAY QUARTER-BACKING:  What President Obasanjo Can Do to Squelch the Third-Term Rumors  
Demands for Presidential Power Rotation in Nigeria and Present Dangers
MID-WEEK ESSAY:  Third-Term Plots – and Nigeria's Criminal Ingenuity

MIDWEEK ESSAY:  Debt Relief, Debt Punishment or Greed ? -  The Case of the "Scroogey" Paris Club

MONDAY QUARTER-BACKING: In Memoriam - Eight Hours with the late Stella Obasanjo
WEEK-END ESSAY:  While We Prepare to Indeed Emit $12.4 Billion in Nigeria for Debt Relief...

MONDAY QUARTER-BACKING: Debt Relief and Nigeria -  To Emit or not to Emit $12 billion

MID-WEEK ESSAY:  DERIVATION, RESOURCE CONTROL AND THE NPRC -  JOINING THE DEBATE
STAR NEWS: The Okigbo Panel Report Revealed !
MONDAY-QUARTERBACKING: Re-Structuring Nigeria -  Towards Regionalism in the South-West and Ekiti State of Nigeria

SATURDAY ESSAY: The NPRC and the PNC- Thoughts on the Opposing National Conferences

MONDAY QUARTER-BACKING: Restructuring Nigeria: On the Issue of Local Governments
SATURDAY ESSAY:  Handcuffing White-Collar Corruption in Nigeria
MONDAY QUARTER-BACKING:  Wait A Minute, Professor Soludo: What Kind of “Corporate Responsibility Service” is This ?
TUESDAY THOT:  Towards Greater Transparency and Accountability in Nigeria: Publish their Properties, Publicize Their Taxes,  Prepare their Statements, Prosecute their Indiscretions
SUNDAY MUSINGS: Our Nigeria:  A Perpetually Scandal-Ridden Society ?

TUESDAY ESSAY: Parliamentary/Presidential System, Regionalism and Resource Control in Nigeria

MONDAY QUARTER-BACKING:  Towards Successful 2007 Election - A 21-Point Agenda
MID-WEEK ESSAY:  Reacting To The Day Of The Long Knives In The Education Ministry
MONDAY QUARTERBACKING:   INEC Falis a Simple Electoral Democracy Test   [SEP. 23, 2002]

SATURDAY ESSAY: The Supreme Court Ruling on Electoral Act 2001 and Dual Citizens/Nigerian Citizens Resident Abroad [JUN 8, 2002]

The May Month that Shook Nigeria [JUN 03, 2002]

More on Resource Control - A Few "Last Words" [MAY 29, 2002]

STAR CAUTION: Nigerian "419" Becoming a Matter of Life and Death! [MAY 17, 2002]

MID-WEEK ESSAY:  The Case of Nigerian Airways and Insufficient Fuel. [MAY 16, 2002]

SUNDAY MUSINGS: New Maneuvers over the August 10 Local Government Elections [MAY 12, 2002]

SATURDAY ESSAY:  A Stubborn INEC, Looking for Trouble [MAY 4, 2002]

MONDAY QUARTERBACKING: These “BoldFace” Committees’ Explanations…! [APR 27, 2002]

MID-WEEK ESSAY:    Simplifying  Our Revenue Allocation Formula Once and For All [APR 17, 2002]

MID-WEEK ESSAY:  Local Council Polls and INEC - A Funny Game Is Going On Here! [APR 11, 2002]

MID-WEEK ESSAY:   How A Self-Succession Bid has Turned Nigeria into “Animal Farm” [APR 3, 2002]

STAR DEAL:  Nigeria Airways Combines With Air Atlanta Icelandic to Fly Lagos – NY - Lagos [MAR 26, 2002]

FRIDAY ESSAY:  The Unfizzled Sharia Vector in the Nigerian State [MAR 22, 2002]

SUNDAY MUSINGS: Of Salaries, Pension and Unemployment in Nigeria [MAR 3, 2002]

The State of the Nation & Specter of Military Return [FEB 20, 2002]

MONDAY QUARTERBACKING: That Obasanjo Interview & Twelve Headlines [FEB 18, 2002]

SUNDAY MUSINGS: The Macabre Circus of Keyamo’s Arrest [FEB 17, 2002]

STAR INTERVIEW: Talking Point: BBC’s Robin Lustig and President Obasanjo of Nigeria. [FEB 17, 2002]--FORWARDED

MID-WEEK ESSAY:  The Idi-Iraba “Pissing” Contest – and Nigeria’s Tinder-Box [FEB. 8, 2002]

Sunday Dare and the VOA Hausa Service: Joining the Debate [JAN. 22, 2002]

SATURDAY ESSAY:  The Senate and the Universal Basic Education Bill [DEC. 8]

SATURDAY ESSAYS:  Clarifying Some Issues on Voting/Dual Citizenship [NOV. 17]

MONDAY QUARTER-BACKING:  The Electoral Bill and Dual/Non-Resident Nigerian  Citizens [NOV. 12]

SUNDAY MUSINGS:  An Odor of Soccer Corruption - A Call to Investigate [NOV. 10]

FRIDAY MUTTERINGS: Attack Against America, Attack Against the World [SEP. 20]

Saturday Essays: That Attack on America - and  What Can Be Done To Minimize Such Attacks in The Future [SEP. 15]

MONDAY Quarterbacking: Staggering Our Electoral Process [JUNE 19] 

SUNDAY MUSINGS: About Nigeria's External Debt. [MAY 20]

SUNDAY MUSINGS: The Imperatives of Constitutional and Electoral Reforms in Nigeria. 

SATURDAY ESSAY:  Obasanjo Declares a "National Beans Emergency"

MID-WEEK ESSAY:  Defending The Naira, Nigeria's Currency - Some Thoughts

NIGERIAN DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENT (NDM) NDM PRESS RELEASE: From The Archives (3) - Nyong, Ajayi, Olowokere, Obalisa Write

MONDAY QUARTERBACKING: NIGERIA FROM 1000-1999 - An Update

MONDAY QUARTERBACKING:  Ilorin Irredentism and the Burden Of Internal Colonization

MID-WEEK MOT: The Case of the Butterfly Ballot in Palm Beach County and Tampering in Seminole County

SUNDAY MUSINGS: The Un-Federal Nature of Nigeria's Fiscal Federalism

Testimony by US Government Officials, Schuerch and Radelet, on Nigeria Before Congressional Subcommittee on Democratic and International Monetary Policy. Text as Prepared for Delivery

SUNDAY MUSINGS: Party Politics in Nigeria - Reading the Tea Leaves

NIGERIAN DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENT NDM PRESS RELEASE: From The Archives (2)  Igwe, Ajayi, Izuorgu Write

NIGERIAN DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENT NDM INFORMATION RELEASE  The Fashanu Report & The Nigeria Debt Buy-Back Scam Issue Come to the US [Forwarded]

NIGERIAN DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENT (NDM) NDM PRESS RELEASE: From The Archives (3) - Nyong, Ajayi, Olowokere, Obalisa Write

MONDAY QUARTERBACKING: NIGERIA FROM 1000-1999 - An Update

MONDAY QUARTERBACKING:  Ilorin Irredentism and the Burden Of Internal Colonization

MONDAY QUARTERBACKING: How many policemen do we actually need?

MID-WEEK MOT: The Case of the Butterfly Ballot in Palm Beach County and Tampering in Seminole County

SUNDAY MUSINGS: The Un-Federal Nature of Nigeria's Fiscal Federalism

Testimony by US Government Officials, Schuerch and Radelet, on Nigeria Before Congressional Subcommittee on Democratic and International Monetary Policy. Text as Prepared for Delivery May 25, 2000

SUNDAY MUSINGS: Party Politics in Nigeria - Reading the Tea Leaves

NIGERIAN DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENT NDM PRESS RELEASE: From The Archives (2)  Igwe, Ajayi, Izuorgu Write [Forwarded]

STAR INFORMATION:  Frederick Fasehun Freed From Fictional Fetterdom - A Compilation Hailing Fasehun's Freedom (With Commentary) November 18, 2000

MONDAY QUARTERBACKING: A Lunch Date with Zamfara Governor Sani Yerima

ESSAY: Crystal-Gazing President Clinton's Trip to Nigeria

PUBLIC INFO:  Textual Submissions and Press Statements of Senator Gbenga Aluko In Connection With the Idris-Kuta Ad-Hoc Senate Panel Report [Forwarded]

MONDAY QUARTERBACKING:  On Ten Real Shifts - Again!

SUNDAY MUSINGS:  Two Fighting!  The Battle of the Y2K Budget In Nigeria.

MONDAY QUARTERBACKING:  On Obasanjo's "Sober Reflection" about Nigeria At Forty

SUNDAY MUSINGS: All About NUON, Lai Balogun, Obasanjo, Abacha, Afenifere & YCE

MONDAY QUARTERBACKING:  Top Ten Questions That I Would Have Asked Mr. President Aremu Obasanjo in Atlanta

MID-WEEK ESSAY: On the Federal Government Suit Over Resource Control

"Debt Relief, Loot Recovery and Constitutional Reform in Nigeria" TESTIMONY

SUNDAY MUSINGS:  Our Expensive Democracy, Our Corruptible Democracy

Governing Nigeria: Perspectives on 2001. By Senator Tokunbo Afikuyomi  (Lagos Central Constituency) [Forwarded]

SUNDAY MUSINGS: "Two Fighting! The Battle of the Y2K Budget In Nigeria"

NIGERIAN DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENT(NDM) PRESS RELEASE A Call for Public Declaration of All Assets and Liabilities of Senate Offices' Candidates   [Forwarded]

SUNDAY MUSINGS:  Gore Wins By One Vote - My Florida Friend's Vote

SUNDAY MUSINGS: On Corruption in Nigeria: "419: The Game is Not Over!"

MONDAY QUARTERBACKING:  A Tribute to Ghana's Electoral Democracy

NIGERIAN DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENT NDM PRESS RELEASE "So that the World May Not Forget" From The Archives (1) - Beko Ransome-Kuti & Shehu Sanni Speak from KiriKiri Prison [Forwarded]

SUNDAY MUSINGS: A Quick Note to the Ndigbo Meeting of January 19, 2001

SATURDAY ESSAY:  On Nigeria's Anti-Corruption Law

SUNDAY ESSAY:  On the Question of National IDs

MONDAY QUARTER-BACKING: Two Fighting Again! - Na'Abba vs Obasanjo

MONDAY QUARTERBACKING From My Archives: "The Content of Our Discontent..."

MONDAY-QUARTERBACKING: AN OPEN LETTER TO MY BROTHER, SENATOR GBENGA ALUKO: "Remember the Son of Whom You Are - and Please Return to Your Legislative
Functions"

Mid-week comment: Let the Auditor-General Do His Job!

FRIDAY ESSAY:  "Why Can A State Not Really Have Its Own Police Force?"

Senator Gbenga Aluko's Senate Submission over the Kuta's report (September 5, 2000). [Forwarded]

SUNDAY MUSINGS:  The Amazing Omission of MKO's Name by President Clinton

A Rejoinder to Dr. Mbahi's Piece on Northern Nigeria Leadership

MONDAY QUARTER-BACKING:  Critiquing the Idris Kuta Senate Probe Report