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By Daniel Asuquo and  Obinna Ekekeh   It is important to celebrate President Buhari as he represents quite a number of things in our nationís history. First, he is proof that our democracy has come of age, with a peaceful transition from an incumbent party to the opposition. Secondly, the common Nigerian...

By Charles Iyare Childbirth is not a good experience for many women in Sub Sahara Africa. Many of them die at child birth. The state of maternal, newborn...

By Bobson Gbinije The Niger Delta is the area around the southern tributaries of the River Niger which is diverse in ethnic composition, full of natural environmental hazards, rich natural resources but characterized by abject poverty and neglect by successive governments in Nigeria. The mono- cultural economy of Nigeria has been sustained by Niger Delta’s oil from...

By Mr Edikan Ekong   It is now an incontrovertible fact that the Nigerian Stock Market has wholesomely recovered from the 2008 meltdown.  Given the propensity of financial markets worldwide to suffer considerable shocks once in a while, it becomes imperative for us to analyse the various efforts that went into the recovery process with a view to identifying the...

Businesses and Organization are shutting down due to the prevailing fuel scarcity in the country. The economy of Nigeria is almost shut down due to the inability of organizations to provide electricity in the running of the day to day activities of their organization. It is sad that an economy with abundant oil is in a dilemma in the provision of basic petroleum products...

By Eddie Mbadiwe   Success is smothered with a galaxy of friends (both true and false) while failure is abandoned as a lonely and desolate orphan.  The phones of the former crash due to an inability to process a myriad of incoming calls while that of the latter sooner or later is shrouded in graveyard silence.  That unfortunately is the reality and fickleness of...

By Christopher Okonkwo   Rouhani, Iranian President Last month, a framework deal was announced that saw Iran agreeing to significantly restrict its...

On the 27th of April 2015, the print media was awash with comments made by Prince Arthur Eze on the occasion of his congratulatory visit to the President- elect, Mohammadu Buhari in Abuja. Arthur Eze was said to have commented that Buhari’s victory was an act of God. He further said that by Buhari’s victory, oil companies that had left the country have started retuning...

By Bashir Ibrahim Hassan Below Letter (Fashola) “You see, this job is a tough job. When I took this job, at the age of 44, I was counting the number...

LIKE I have always said, President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan of Nigeria is a good man. His administration will be ending on 29th May 2015. But please Sir, before you leave, do everything humanly and spiritually possible to give Nigeria fuel. It will be very sad to do otherwise because Nigerians may still require your service in other higher capacities in the future. So I...