COMRADE OLUWASEUN OLUMIDE ODUFUWA is a Public Affairs Analyst cum entrepreneur.
In this red exclusive encounter with Asabe Afrika TV in Lagos, he spoke about some of the challenges facing Nigeria as a country and the pain of leadership in all spheres of influence.
The Ogun State born alumnus of the prestigious Mayflower School, Ikenne and Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ogun State (South West Nigeria) took a cursory look at the over two decades of democratic governance in Nigeria since 1999 and submitted that his countrymen and women are yet to feel the full benefit of the dividends of democracy.
In taking a deep analytic look at the Chief Olusegun Aremu Obasanjo years in power, Comrade Odufuwa believes Obasanjo as Nigeria’s leader did more in citizen friendly reforms than the present regime of President Muhammadu Buhari.
In the final analysis, the Olabisi Onabanjo graduate of philosophy want the present regime to borrow a leaf from the Obasanjo years.
In this new clip, he spoke on the new CHIEF SUNDAY IGBOHO self rule demand for Yoruba nations and why a democracy of rice and Indomie Noodles has kept Nigerians in slavery and more misery since 1999.
Find out more in this new clip.
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