African Outlook Online

LOOKING AHEAD will focus on Nigeria with occasional foray into world politics. The column will take a long range view or better still, a look ahead into politics and policies of Nigerian governments and will attempt to proffer suggestions and or solutions.

How To Oust Generic Bukola Saraki By The Nuclear Option

How To Oust Generic Bukola Saraki By The Nuclear Option

By Bayo Oluwasanmi

I can't think of anyone likely to be inspired by the Senate led by the scheming, diabolical and treacherous Kwara Senator, Bukola Saraki. The illegal election of Saraki as the Senate leader has further driven the Senate to a new low.

Contraband Lawmakers And N84.64 Billion Counterfeit Wardrobes

Contraband Lawmakers And N84.64 Billion Counterfeit Wardrobes

By Bayo Oluwasanmi

The contraband lawmakers in the National Assembly are like people who sit on a throne on the skulls of their enemies, the poor Nigerian captive wretches. The contraband legislators represent clear and present danger to the pursuit of happiness, life, liberty, and prosperity of our people.

Nigerians Expect True Remedy In Form Of A New Deal From President Buhari's First 100 Days

Nigerians Expect True Remedy In Form Of A New Deal From President Buhari's First 100 Days

By Bayo Oluwasanmi

Nigeria – the nation that cries, a cadence reserved for funeral dirges. A country full of lamentations with diary of disasters. Over the years we've realized the squalid misery of a great nation, it appalled and tormented us and would not let us rest for thinking of what caused it and how it could be cured.

Lawbreakers As Lawmakers: The Restoration Of Shame In The Eighth National Assembly

Lawbreakers As Lawmakers: The Restoration Of Shame In The Eighth National Assembly

By Bayo Oluwasanmi

While you're catching your breath and preparing to read this piece, pause long enough to ask yourself one question: What is wrong with Nigeria?

Another Mother's Day Full of Grieve And Loss Without Chibok Girls

Another Mother's Day Full of Grieve And Loss Without Chibok Girls

By Bayo Oluwasanmi

May 10, the second Sunday of May was Mother's Day in North America and Canada. Mother's Day is a day which gives children the opportunity to express their appreciation, gratitude as well as love to their mothers. It is a day for children to commemorate motherhood.