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By Ejike Anyaduba   Few, if any, will contest the fact that information management took a tumble with the dawn of the Internet. Cyber-stalkers, among them youths, swarm the interconnected network like lemmings in periodic mass migrations to trade slurs. Because the medium exacts no responsibility on...

The Executive Governor of Delta State, Dr Ifeanyi Okowa, in this second part of a three-part maiden address to House of Assembly members, which began yesterday,...

By Bolanle Oke   About two months ago, a female retiree of the Osun State public service called to complain about unpaid workers’ salaries, and wanted this writer to wade in, as an advocate of the masses. After another caller came up with the same issue, it became imperative to find out what was going on in Osun State. Osun State truly owes about six months’ salary...

Ifeanyi Okowa, the Executive Governor of Delta State, in this first part of a three- part maiden address to members of the State House of Assembly, gives...

By Ovie Edomi The business of governing a complex country like Nigeria is not a tea party. It is even more difficult when the new administration got elected...

 By Michael Oputeh Consumer rights generally refer to a body of law that bother on what producers of goods must do to protect customers from harm. These...

Joseph Soweminmo, a Public Affairs Analyst, in this article, advises the new Nigerian government to resist the temptation of managing the country’s transmission...

By Khaleed Dambazau The protracted scandalous impasse and controversy over the emergence of the Senate President and the Speaker of the House of Representatives...

By Ody Chukwube   It is surprising how fate manifests in certain interesting, but unique way. When President Goodluck Jonathan, as he then was, suddenly...

By Okwudili Uzoka The fact that most of Nigeria’s river systems are rapidly declining in volume is obvious even to the most casual observer. This has been attributed to a number of factors, principal amongst which are population explosion and the concomitant increased demand for drinking, washing, sanitation as well as irrigation for agricultural purposes, in addition...