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Et tu judiciary?

By Chinyere Iwunna The recent elevation of about 25 lawyers to the magisterial bench of Imo State has triggered off reactions from various quarters in the state. The exercise, which…

Ifeanyi Ubah and Anambra governorship election

By Nkemjika There is no doubt that it would be a Herculean task wrestling the Ananbra State governorship seat from whomsoever Mr. Peter Obi decides to support in the November…

APGA and the Obi/Umeh reconciliation

By Michael Jegede “We have no permanent friends. We have no permanent enemies. We just have permanent interests.” Those were the words Benjamin D’Israeli, born December 21, 1804 – April…

Re: FG stops project variation beyond 15% of initial cost

By Olufemi A. Oyedele Inevitably, the federal government has stopped all Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) from forwarding any project variation and review that is above 15 per cent of…

To Ben Obi (Ojeligbo): We share your pain

To Ben Obi (Ojeligbo): We share your pain

By Sunny Igboanugo, Email: odengus1@yahoo.com SMS: 08054103450 Political Whirlwind will embark on a journey from today; a long journey from which it may never return, but which it hopes to someday.…

APGA: Who’s really desecrating Ojukwu?

Honestly, I didn’t think I was going to return to the matter of All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), for a long time to come, having dealt with the issue last…

APGA, Okorie and history

APGA, Okorie and history

Last week’s visit of officials of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), led by Interim National Chairman, Chief Maxi Okwu, to its founder, Chief Chekwas Okorie, has underscored the fact…

Et tu Okorocha

Et tu Okorocha

By Sunny Igboanugo, Email: odengus1@yahoo.com SMS: 08054103450 Lions make leopards tame, William Shakespeare wrote in one of his classics, King Richard (11), but cannot change its spots. He went on: “The…

Thank You, Ugo beelu n’enu oji

By  Sunny Igboanug No man lives forever. No, not you, Eagle on the Iroko. You would see it as a taboo. It is indeed a taboo. Mortal man must join…

Alamieyeseigha: Blame Ribadu

By Sunny Igboanugo, 08054103450, odengus1@yahoo.com I have always been convinced that Malam Nuhu Ribadu is the worst thing that has happened to Nigerian politics since 1999. Because there is a groundswell…

The truth Buhari told in London

By Sunday Igboanugo Of all the factors that have caused the dislocation in Nigeria today and led to its current sorry pass, gullibility of the people remains, in my estimation,…

Between Governor Amaechi and President Jonathan

By Sunny Igboanugo, 08054103450, odengus1@yahoo.com There was this very influential man that used to hold sway in the Nigerian polity, some years back. This man, from the South East was very…

What’s good in Good Governance Tour?

What’s good in Good Governance Tour?

It took the archetypal courage of Comrade Adams Oshiomhole to give a clear picture of the ongoing National Good Governance Tour (NGGT) by Minister of Information, Mr. Labaran Maku. Last…

Like Maina, like Eyitene

By Sunny Igboanugo, odengus1@yahoo.com Is it not intriguing how yesterday often rushes back to us today, much in the exact way? Of course, it could be a different scenario, with different…

Floating corpses: Nigeria, where is your soul?

By Sunny Igboanugo, 08054103450, odengus1@yahoo.com Here, last week, I tried to paint a picture of a Nigeria that has lost its soul. Of course, there was nothing new about that, because…

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