yes ooooo Soyinkaaaaaaaaaaaaa for INEC Chairman, Dora for Power sector.....we neeed change...change we r clamouring for
You sure must be a mind reader. On my way home from work yesterday Monday 22/03/10, the issue of Soyinka as INEC chair came up for discussion.Not a few believe it will solve the crisis of confidence,competence ,corruption etc , rocking the body.Although I took exception to the change because I do not believe the INEC chair is the issue.I derived my arguement from what happened in my local governemnt in Abia state during the 2007 governorship elections where the results were already packaged by Orji Uzor Kalu before the election and announced a few hours after the election.During all this period , IWU was not in Abia.All elections in my community were massively rigged and results eventually accepted. The consequence is the ineptitude , planlessness and confusion found in governance in Abia state.This is not an isolated case, as it is the same across the country.I am convinced the political class needs to change their orientation and mindsets.They see politics as a veritable source of wealth , they go to any lenght to achieve political office for the mere fact that one can become rich even if criminally.
Methinks that IWU's 2007 failure has engendered some restrategizing by INEC and are poised to change public perception towards them.If we must change IWU , then Soyinka should move in to reintroduce option A4.
dont attempt to mess up this noble nobel laurate. If you put him there, even the Federal Government will do everything to ensure that the man fails, just to score a point, that, "this loud mouths ain't any better". Aside that, all his enemies, - usually the enemies of the people - both home and in the diaspora will form a common front to ruin his tenure. But, that is not the point. At 70, he has virtually don nothing, but read, write and criticise. We should not make him start admin work. No, no , no