Olu Ojedokun, an Associate Professor of Law at Lead City University, Ibadan, was formerly the dean of the Faculty of Law at the university. He speaks with Dare Adekanmbi about governance in Nigeria, the incoming government, and his opinion of Buhari’s eight-year government. On the recent constitution amendment bills signed into law by President Buhari, Ojedokun thinks it is a mixed bag, but he emphasizes that removing items like electricity and railway from the Exclusive List to the Concurrent List is fundamental. He explains that states can generate their electricity, compete with the federal government on railway transportation, and this can lead to a stronger and more balanced economy. Ojedokun believes that Buhari’s government majored on infrastructure, particularly the rail, which he considers the high point of his administration. However, in terms of fight against corruption, restructuring, economy, foreign relations, religious tolerance, foreign debt, and security architecture, Ojedokun rates Buhari’s administration low. On what the incoming government of Senator Bola Tinubu should focus on, Ojedokun suggests that the government must remove subsidy, concentrate on education, health, create a friendly economy for foreign investors, appoint the best talents into positions, restructure the security architecture, and create a foreign policy for the country.