Gozie Irogboli

Gozie Irogboli

Gozie Irogboli is an economist and a public policy analyst.

Why Nigerians are demanding a fresh presidential election

Those who revolt against the demand for an interim government and yet turn blind eye to the electoral fraud witnessed

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Nigeria 2023 Election: Violence, Xenophobia, and Electoral Malpractice

The promotion of ethnic politics is shrinking our democratic space and brewing a culture of impunity and violence.

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The 2023 Presidential Election: A Conspiracy Theory

‘If it was not INEC’s intention to scam its client – the "president-select", as people have taken to calling the

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An Open Letter to Our President-Elect

'As you warm up to assume office, you must consult widely, engage constructively and reflect deeply on your mandate.' Dear

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Nigeria and the False Notion of Leadership

‘In Nigeria, leadership, like most terms and concepts, is grossly abused and distorted. The Nigerian public’s perception of leadership is

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The Obidient Movement and the Critical Issues in the Forthcoming Election

‘Without a doubt, the Obidient Movement has won the battle in the court of public opinion and has dominated the

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The CBN & the Cashless Economy Humdrum

Since the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) made another vain attempt to reintroduce the ill-conceived policy of pegging the withdrawal

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Tinubu and His Cut-and-Paste Manifesto

Tinubu’s manifesto is exactly what it is: a matter-of-course document presented to fulfil all righteousness.

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A Realistic Look at Wike’s War Against PDP

Wike’s case is a classical case of power illusion. He erroneously thought he had the party in his pocket, but

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Wike and His False Sense of Entitlement

Wike is a bad loser, a myopic swashbuckler dancing to a macabre drumbeat of some obscure drummers that would ultimately

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