Jacob Zuma’s Long Walk To Darkness

Last Wednesday night, Jacob Zuma beat a hasty retreat from the presidential lectern after he announced his resignation ‘’with immediate effect.’’ Those steps away from the spotlight are the beginning of a lonely walk in darkness. Zuma had docked and dodged and deferred his overdue departure. But on the eve of

The Change of Sycophant E.K Clark

Pa Edwin Clark, unarguably the most notorious 88 year old Nigerian alive, had a belated epiphany. And he shared it for what it was worth. He has only recently discovered that his fallen godson, former President Goodluck Jonathan, was the figurehead of a robust kleptocracy! Clark found his voice when a

Nigerians Need Integrity Transplant

President Muhammadu Buhari threw the We­stern press a curveball with the lean ho­lding he declared as his material worth.­ His means was incredibly small; a count­erpoint to the fabulous fortune of the k­lepotcrats that run the rest of Sub-Saha­ra Africa. Washington Post called him "dirt-poor" –in an awed, honorific tribute. But