Quick Takes Review for September 4 to September 7, 2023
Quick Takes Review for September 4 to September 7, 2023

Quick Takes Review for September 4 to September 7, 2023

Quick Takes Review for September 4 to September 7, 2023

Here is the Quick Takes review for September 4 to September 7, 2023, and how our listeners contributed to the topics.

Monday 4

On Monday 4 September 2023, we said that a Senior Advocate of Nigeria and immediate past Chairman of the Nigerian Body of Benchers, Chief Wole Olanipekun, called on President Bola Tinubu to probe past leaders to unravel how the country got to its current state, adding that past leaders have questions to answer as regards the infrastructural deficits, grounded economy and insecurity ravaging many parts of the country.

Olanipekun, also called for the renaming of the country, noting that we should stop mocking ourselves by the retention of the name Nigeria, a hypocritical and demeaning appellation.

And we asked what your take was on Olanipekun’s submission?

8% agreed, while 92% disagreed.

Tuesday 5

On Tuesday 5 September 2023, we said the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, predicted that the Nigerian Naira would bounce back and this time be greater than the United States dollar, adding that there was a period when the Naira competed favorably with the United States dollar.

According to Adeboye, miracles connote something that is unique, even when people cannot comprehend it, while stressing that the glorious days of the naira will return.

And we asked what your take was on Adeboye’s prediction?

86% agreed, while 14% disagreed.

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Wednesday 6

On Wednesday 6 September 2023, we told you that former National Vice-Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Olabode George, said that it is wrong that Nigerians should be waiting for a court to declare the winner of elections, warning the judiciary against taking away the rights of the people to determine election winners, while stating that democracy is the government of the people, not of the judiciary by the judiciary and for the judiciary.

According to Bode George, INEC should be able to stand its ground in making the right decision at all costs, even if it takes conducting multiple elections to arrive at the right results.

And we asked what your take was on Bode George’s submission?

73% agreed, while 27% disagreed.

Thursday 7

On Thursday 7 September, 2023, we said the former Governor of Ekiti State, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, said that the mass protest tagged “occupy Nigeria”, that trailed the fuel subsidy removal during the administration of President Goodluck Jonathan in 2012 was due to political interests, adding that the last time Nigeria experienced economic development was during Jonathan’s administration.

According to Fayemi, a party cannot have 35 per cent of the vote and take 100 per cent, stating that the country needs proportional representation so that the party that is said to have won 21 per cent of the votes will have 21 per cent of the government and vice versa, while adding that adversary politics bring division and enmity.

And we asked what your take was on Fayemi’s submission?

5% agreed, while 95% disagreed.

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