The June 12, 1993 presidential election still serves as a pointer, even now, to the kind of leaders Nigerians desire across board. It does not matter to our people if the president comes from the far north or deep south, let the person just be a true conscientious leader.
All of these postulations seem to make no sense to the indigenes that are massacred in the most gruesome manner, their position is that the enemy is within and with the feeling of disappointment and abandonment; they sometimes carry out reprisal attacks.
I was young but now I’m old and changing with me is the land upon which I still stand. My eyes have seen plenty and my mind has contemplated a lot. My ears have heard echoes and sounds my mouth cannot say and my hands have touched reality yet a mystery looms as to the land of my nativity.
Political polling generally follows the sophistication of electoral systems and communication infrastructure of a country. Nigeria as an independent country is only 58 years old and our democracy is even much younger having been truncated for the larger part of those years.