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Patrick Sawyer; agent of death

Patrick Sawyer; agent of death

By Godwin Adindu There is no other way to remember Patrick Sawyer, the American-Liberian diplomat who brought Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) to Nigeria than as the fabled agent of death. …

A world without peace

By Chiedu Uche Okoye Are we not living in a world without peace? Armed conflicts have defined our today’s world. Some countries are in the throes of bloody conflicts, now.…

NIFST’s Lifetime Achievement Awards

By Ayo Oyoze Baje What do eminent Nigerians such as Dr. Isaac Adedayo Aknirele, Professors Charles Aworh, Isaac Adeyemi, P.O.Goddy, Ozo Nweke Ozo as well as Alhaji Gbolahan Solabi and…

WAEC: In the Coming Years

By ‘Swill Mavua It keeps deteriorating, year-in and year-out, and for the umpteenth time in the last three years, the West African Examination Council (WAEC) has cried out yet again…

Endorsing Abia Rotation Formula

By Eddie Onuzuruike The gathering of the PDP Stakeholders on Monday July 21, 2014, at the Governor’s Banquet Hall had a supreme significance. The hall was full to the brim…

Broken silence

By Udom Ndinanake There is a point, when you cannot walk away, when you can no longer feign ignorance and hold your peace. There is a point in the life…

Real politiks through tourism

By Lekan Sote Look at things this way: More than 200 Nigerian young girls are still being held captive by the Boko Haram insurgents; eminent Nigerians, or their relatives, are…

Ebola: Of vulnerable media and gullible citizenry

By Nasamu Jacobson   There is no doubt panic among the citizenry over the Ebola virus disease which presence in some West African countries of Guinea, Sierra Leone and Ghana…

The analyst and his weird permutation

By Kola Salako            In normal times, one should not respond to a faceless article – faceless, in the sense of lack of authorship – apparently planted in the In…

The problem with the striking doctors

By Tochukwu Ezukanma Years back, my senior brother was very ill and was admitted to a private hospital. Late one night, his situation worsened. My mother panicked and called for…

Another prayer answered

By Dr. Olushola Olukolade It is with gratitude to God that we announce to you that Osun state’s election ended peacefully, freely, and fairly. It is a fact that God…

Jonathan’s benevolence to victims of insurgency

By Edwin Ekene Uhara The recent inauguration of Victim Support Funds Committee headed by General Theophilus Danjuma (rtd) by President Good Luck Jonathan is a welcomed development!  While speaking in…

Yellow, Yellow everywhere in Abia

By Godwin Adindu There is a yellow rainbow across the skyline of Abia State.  There is a yellow syndrome pervading the state. The colour, yellow, is ubiquitous in all nooks…

Marc Wabara: The Abia Gubernatorial game changer

By Chinyemike Torti With the expected grand entry of Sir Marcus Wabara, a high flying professional with decades of executive administrative competence in development economics, into the governorship race, the…

Survivors of Ebola virus and foods that boost immunity

By Ayo Oyoze Baje Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food -Hippocrates The escalating fear over the deadly and debilitating effects of Ebola virus triggered a question on…

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