The dangers of Osinbajo’s unbridled optimism

If there is one thing Prof. Yemi Osinbajo is a master at, it is projecting an optimistic outlook even as Nigeria dances at the precipice. Dead bodies could be pilling up at the doors of national morgues filled to capacity, Osinbajo would be spewing songs of lazy butterflies loitering around at Paradise’s rose garden. For as long as anyone can remember, every headline with Osinbajo’s name on it portrays Nigeria…

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Rudolf Ogoo Okonkwo is the author of "This American Life Sef."

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Rudolf Ogoo Okonkwo is the author of "This American Life Sef."

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