“I am not a writer, basically. I’m more of a thematic thinker, with keen interest in analysis, planning, strategy and general management. My motivation is connected with the identification of societal, governmental and corporate needs and issues. I am considerably geared by the God factor!”
Kunle Durojaiye is an MBA graduate of Cranfield School of Management, UK. His work experience spans the management consulting and oil & gas industries.
Kunle, good hypothesis and sound reasoning! There’s not much else one can add. In 2015, may the true leaders in Nigeria stand up and be counted! However, this write-up could benefit (possibly in a sequel) from an analysis of the potential price to be paid by the ‘few good men’ when they do stand to challenge the PDP, as the PDP is like a cancerous cell, difficult (but thankfully not impossible) to eradicate. Come 2015, it is hoped that through a dogged mix of common sense, social conciousness and ballot power, Nigerians can send the cancer of PDP into permanent remission! I personally believe this will require perhaps more than a few good men in political parties – a collective, unified and determined will of the Nigerian populace will be required for this exodus of hope to happen.
Kunle, its been a while, how are u and how is my aburo? Trust u are taking good care of her. I would like to discuss something important with u. I had wanted to make it to mum’s birthday but could not. my mobile is 08169462056 and my email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Wonder why people leave personal messages on sites like this. Don’t you have his email?
Just re-reading my comment of February 23, 2012, 9:48 am .
Am I a prophet or what!
What is your take now with buhari in government over two years. Any positive as you may have envisaged? You really did a good job just wondering what is your evaluation now