Monday, December 15, 2014


Prof. Yemi Osibajo

Prof. Yemi Osibajo

Professor Yemi Osinbajo is a Senior Advocate of Nigeria and Senior Partner in the Law firm of SimmonsCooper Partners. Yemi Osibanjo is a professor of law and was the head of department of Public Law at the University of Lagos (1997-1999).
His tertiary education was at the University of Lagos and the London School of Economics and Political Science obtaining the LLB and LLM degrees respectively.

Previously served as the Special Adviser to the Attorney General of Nigeria (1988-1992), he later became the Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice of Lagos State in 1999 reappointed for a second term in 2003. During the period of his public service, he commenced the Lagos State justice reform project. A prominent feature of that project was the establishment of the Directorate for Citizens’ Rights (DCR) which provides free legal services and legal representation to indigent citizens of the state. This initiative gave a voice to many who would otherwise not have a way to access their rights.

Prior to that appointment, Osinbajo, a Professor of Law, was the Head of Public Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Lagos.

He is also the Ethics Adviser to the Advisory Board of the African Development Bank and is a non-executive Director of Citibank. He has served in various roles within the United Nations, United Nations Centre on Transnational Corporations, the United Nations African Institute for Crime Prevention, the International Criminal court for Rwanda in Arusha, Tanzania, the department of Peacekeeping operations and the United Nations Peace Operations in Somalia.

Prof. Osibajo is Co-founder & Board Member Convention on Business Integrity and the Justice Research Institute Ltd. In 2007, Prof. and his wife Oludolapo founded “The Orderly Society Trust”, a non-governmental organization that is dedicated to the promotion of Christian ethics and orderliness.

Professor Osibajo has authored, co-authored and edited several books and publications including “The Unification and Reform of the Nigerian Criminal Law and Procedure Codes” ; “Law Development and Administration”; “The Annotated Civil Procedure rules of The Superior Courts in Nigeria”; and “Cross Examination: A Trial Lawyer’s Most Potent Weapon”.

He also pastors at Olive Tree House of Prayer for All Nations, Banana Island, a parish of the Redeemed Christian Church of God and lives in Lagos with his wife and three children.
He will be speaking at the Platform.

Sunday, December 14, 2014

Monday Midnite--MY NAME IS GEJ

Folks, here's a telling YouTube clip of the first single (MY NAME IS GEJ) from my current anti-corruption, anti-bad government album "AZZHOLES ROCK."

After watching this clip, I'm sure GEJ's attack dog (OKUPE) will be gearing up to "forcefully train" me. LOL!!!

Anyhow, for the benefit of those who don't know, GEJ stands for Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, and he's the current President of Nigeria.

In his 2011 presidential bid, he bamboozled the masses with 
his claim that he had no shoes, no school bag, and that he 
carried his books in his hands during his school days, 
thereby winning the sympathy of most people as one who 
understands their predicaments...having been through hard 
times himself.

However, after four years at the helm, he's proven to be 
anything but. As a matter fact, his administration will go 
down in history as the most inept, incompetent, rudderless, 
corrupt and clueless democratically elected government in 
Nigeria till date.

His most famous quote is "I don't give a damn," and it 
features prominently in the song and clip ... coz GEJ truly 
doesn't give a damn about the well-being of Nigerians who 
are not members of his family or his corrupt and looting 

His candid mindset is uninhibitedly unveiled in this rap song. 
wrote it as if he's rapping the story himself.

Folks, the 2015 presidential election is upon us, and GEJ is 
hoping to capitalize on the gullibility of most Nigerians and 
con his way back to the presidency. Please, don't let him 
bamboozle you again. The time has come to shut him out of 
Nigeria's highest office and any other governmental position