Ayisha Osori

As we deal with yet another absentee federal government – not as a result of acknowledged human frailties with which we all sympathise, but for the lack of vision, competence and humility in governance which sadly have been missing for most part of Nigeria’s independence, Nigerians must be careful and deliberate about planning and looking ahead to the future. The implications of politics and governance as usual on the lives and wellbeing of the people are brutal and there are reasons why we should pause and reflect deeply before taking decisions on how to move forward.