Strength of Government

Oseloka H. Obaze’s two books, Waning Strength of Government & Africa’s Vision – A Second Anthology, published.

Announcing Parresia’s release of Oseloka H. Obaze’s two new (2020) books: Waning Strength of Government & Africa’s Vision – A Second Anthology.   Both books which will be available at bookstores …

Covid-19 has revealed waning strength of government –Oseloka Obaze

Federal and state governments have responded constructively to the Covid-19 pandemic within the scope of their governance abilities. But as a nation our overall response has been very weak. Some …

Interview: Nigerians Skeptical About Covid-19 Donations, Disbursements and Infection Figures – Obaze

AWKA – 12 May 2020: Mr. Oseloka H. Obaze is a diplomat, writer, public policy and governance expert and politician. He was the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate in the …

Selonnes Policy Tidbits: | Covid-19: A government that is Inattentive cannot beAdaptive  and Purposeful. 

Covid-19 has debunked illusions, unraveled myths, and shredded soft power of big and small nations, Nigeria included. It has upended normalcy. A government that is inattentive to outside expert opinion, …

Selonnes Policy Tidbits: |  Covid-19 Response; we must overcome groupthink.

For Nigeria to overcome the Covid-19 pandemic, the national leadership must overcome the Groupthink syndrome that is driving national response. The “Central Minds of Government” can’t do it alone. By …

Nigeria Is Dying 

Oseloka H. Obaze  Nigeria faces an existential threat. Slowing but surely, Nigeria is dying. Its demise will not be by implosion and a bang as some had forecasted; but by …

We Must Forge National Consensus, Restructure For Nationhood To Be Sustained – Obaze

Remarks Attributable to Hon. Oseloka H. Obaze, MD/CEO Selonnes Consult and the PDP 2017 Gubernatorial Candidate in Anambra State Year 2019 was an extremely difficult and challenging year for Nigerians. …

Policy Brief 67/19:  Waning Strength of Government

Oseloka H. Obaze || Promoting democracy requires constant shielding of its sustaining institutions. That’s moral and strategic imperative. The expedient practice of mixing accepted international democratic norms, with self-serving precepts …