Judiciary

Noisome Pestilence as Governance

~~By Oseloka H. Obaze  May 29th, 2017 marks a threshold for assessing Nigeria’s democracy and President Muhammadu Buhari’s mid-term. Positive as things seem, all is not well with Nigeria. Beyond …

Conflict Between Politics and Governance, Bane of Economic and Social Development: A Case Study of Nigeria.

Remarks By Mr. Oseloka Henry Obaze, MD/CEO Selonnes Consult Ltd., At the Correspondents (Chapel Forum) of the NUJ, Anambra State Chapter News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) Office, Awka, Tuesday, 9th …

Public Servants Have ‘Beck and Call’ Status

~~ By Oseloka H. Obaze  Beyond propriety and civility; professionalism, ethics and law dictates that Nigerian public servants in appointive positions – statutory and non-statutory – serve at the pleasure …

Obaze slams proposed arbitrary fee for campaign posters in Anambra State. 

Selonnes Consult Ltd. Press Release: 17/4; 14 February, 2017 Statement Attributable to Mr Oseloka H. Obaze, on the proposed arbitrary fee for campaign posters in Anambra State.  Our attention has …

Buhari’s anti-corruption crusade not achieving results  ~ Obaze

The answer is no; not because he (Buhari) is not trying, not because there is no semblance of effort and enterprise, but because the investigative process is a bit convoluted……….There …

Fighting Corruption and risks of rogue precedents

  By Oseloka H. Obaze  ~~~  Fighting corruption is a matter of law and order. Still in any democracy, constitutional dictates remain supreme. If the constitution does not grant certain …

Distractions, Dissonance and Dichotomy in Government

By Oseloka H. Obaze It’s always been inimical to tell a sovereign that he is wrong. Rather, one must tell a sovereign in nuanced terms that he has been ill-advised. …

SERVICE FOR THE ENRICHMENT OF POSTERITY[i]

Review of Hereto Serve –Advocacy for Good Governance by Oseloka H. Obaze, during the Book Presentation in Finotel Classique Hotel, Awka on June 15, 2013. By Prof Ikenna Onyido  Preamble …

Unbundling Nigeria’s Judiciary

PRESIDENT Buhari recently charged the Nigerian judiciary to “go the extra mile to sanitise itself and improve its capacity to act independently, courageously and tirelessly” while stressing “the financial independence …