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Abuja Master Plan is obsolete

By Bob MajiriOghene & Augustine Etemiku   It was in 2012 when we were doing a story for a South African environment magazine, Urban Green File that we ran into…

Police Boss, call your men to order

In a sane society, the police and other security agencies serve to curtail criminal activities such as violence and other such issues which disrupt the public peace. The authorities of…

Supreme Court can determine Fayose’s fate before October 16

With the statement credited to the Ekiti State Governor-elect, Mr Ayodele Fayose, as widely reported in the press last Friday, it is possible he was complicit in the desecration of…

Internationalization of Makurdi Airport

The location of Makurdi Airport in Benue State makes it pertinent for its elevation from a local to international airport. Some weeks back it was widely celebrated that commercial flights…

The campaign of calumny against Ochendo Global

By  Chinyemike Torti   As keen observers and major stakeholders in the Abia project, it is our beholden responsibility to alert compatriots of the self destructive campaign of calumny being…

Imo State: Is this youth activism?

Youth Activism suggests deploring the best part of our abilities to demonstrate belief in the future well desired. It is a time one should jettison short term returns for long…

Oyedepo: A living proof of the Bible is 60!

By Jimoh Ibrahim   The Bible remains an undoubtable living evidence of the almighty God, the creator and owner of the universe. The evidence presented by the Holy Book remains…

On Aregbesola’s education policies and election promises

By Sola Fasure An opinion article titled ‘Aregbesola, education and election promises’ written by Tade Adekunle from Osogbo on September 24, 2014 makes an interesting reading but still leaves a…

Nigeria: Insecurity needs divine intervention

Virtually all peace loving Nigerians are tired of the incessant Killings, bombings, destruction of properties among others, being carried out by terrorists and marauders. It is unfortunate that innocent people…

The Abia car gift regime

By Eddie Onuzuruike In the defunct Aguiyi Ironsi Cenotaph, Ogurube Layout, in a well attended buildup to Democracy Day, 2012; Chief T.A. Orji unveiled a generous package of five hundred tricycles…

Nigeria’s strides at World KSJIConvention

Nigeria’s strides at World KSJIConvention

By Tony Eluemunor   First, the matter for regret; the year 2014 Knights of St. John International (KSJI) convention could have held in Abuja, were it not for the security…

Ukwa/Ngwa Governorship puzzle 

Abia State has been thrown into a political puzzle. And political gladiators have been looking for ways to solve such since the Abia State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party…

Reflection on US-Africa Summit

By Emeka Chiakwelu   After the successful completion of US-Africa Summit, the news was dominated by Ebola explosion that ferociously and perilously stole the thunder from the rosy aftermath analysis…

Road to a highly developed Nigeria

There have been series of efforts made by the government in making Nigeria one of the most developed nations in the world but all have proved abortive. Nigeria being the…

Moral decadence in Nigeria

Before the advent of western Education, Nigeria, a heterogeneous nation had diverse culture that is reputed and ethical. Then evil had not yet invaded the poor human mind. People tied…

The decisions of the 240th MPC meeting

By Boniface Chizea   The above Monetary Policy Committee held on September 18 and September 19, 2014 having been rescheduled from the earlier announced date of September 22-23, 2014. All…

Dimgba Igwe: Goodbye great boss

By Azuh Amatus   I still can’t believe that my boss, Pastor Dimgba Igwe, who spoke with me less than 24 hours before a heartless and careless driver knocked him…

Examining paper weight parties in Abia

The blowing of the wind has been proverbially known to reveal the hidden rump of the hen. There is what the Igbos call “egbeonu” which may go for empty boasts,…

Nigerian insecurity needs divine intervention

Prophetically, it is my fervent Prayers and wish, that the blessings of God will never forsake President Goodluck Jonathan and that our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, will continue to…

TAN rallies and our culture of misplaced priorities

By Abdullahi Yunusa If Nigeria were to be a country where commonsense means anything to her over 160 million human population, especially the ruling elite, kick-starting any form of political…

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