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The Igbo naked dance for Jonathan

The Igbo naked dance for Jonathan

Onyiorah Chiduluemije Paschal believes that President Goodluck Jonathan has not done enough for the Igbo compared to other major ethnic nationalities to warrant their unconditional support for his 2015 re-election……

Time to negotiate the unity of Nigeria

Time to negotiate the unity of Nigeria

Victor Anya, a public affairs analyst, submits that given the numerous irreconcilable differences between the constituent ethnic nationalities working against the unity of Nigeria, it has become imperative to negotiate…

The wages of impunity

The wages of impunity

In this discourse, Nobel Laureate, Wole Soyinka, condemns the desecration of the ‘Bring Back Our Girls’ campaign by pro Jonathan campaigners with their ‘Bring Back Jonathan 2015’ slogan, as the…

Spare Anambra this hallucination

Spare Anambra this hallucination

Ifeanyi Afuba, writing from Nimo, Anambra State, rebuts the claim that the administration of Willie Obiano is marginalizing adherents of a religious organization in the state, and posits that the…

High cost of living in Abuja

High cost of living in Abuja

Although Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory is now regarded as the fastest growing city in Africa, Emmanuel Onofua, a public affairs commentator, believes living in the city comes with a…

Still on Chibok : What Jonathan won’t say or do

Still on Chibok : What Jonathan won’t say or do

Sunday Dare, Special Adviser, Media to APC National Leader, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, is of the view that the Goodluck Jonathan led Federal Government has not done enough to ensure the…

Godwin Emefiele: One hundred days after

Godwin Emefiele: One hundred days after

Boniface Chizea, a Management Consultant, writes that the tenure of the Governor of the Central Bank, Godwin Emefiele has so far been impactful and apolitical, thus achieving stability of exchange…

Nigerian Ports: The perils of demurrage

Nigerian Ports: The perils of demurrage

Chigozie Chikere, Member, the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport, CILT Nigeria, believes that the absence of a commercial regulator at the Nigerian ports has created a market monopoly at…

Can the youths deliver this country?

Can the youths deliver this country?

Rasak Musbau, a public affairs commentator, is of the view that going by the prevailing attitude of the Nigerian youths, one cannot but conclude that they are far from delivering…

Kidnapping and security threat to our nation: Government’s efforts in combating the menace

Kidnapping and security threat to our nation: Government’s efforts in combating the menace

In this concluding part of his lecture, His Excellency, Deputy Governor of Delta State, Professor Amos Agbe Utuama, SAN, who was a guest speaker at the Urhobo Progress Union Convention,…

Kidnapping and security threat to our nation: Government’s efforts in combating this menace (I)

Kidnapping and security threat to our nation: Government’s efforts in combating this menace (I)

His Excellency, Deputy Governor of Delta State, Professor Amos Agbe Utuama, SAN, was a guest speaker at the Urhobo Progress Union Convention, United Kingdom, on 22nd August, 2014. In this…

Obama, economic diplomacy and the African Leaders Summit

Obama, economic diplomacy and the African Leaders Summit

 Samuel Akpobome Orovwuje, a public affairs analyst, submits that America and other developed countries’ strategic Economic partnership with  Africa is never in the best interest of the continent which must…

Ikimi’s epistle of frustration

Ikimi’s epistle of frustration

Edwin Ikhinwin, a public affairs commentator, faults the reasons adduced by erstwhile chieftain of the All progressives Congress (APC), Chief Tom Ikimi for decamping to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)……

State of emergency extension: How to get it right

State of emergency extension: How to get it right

Olusanya Oluwole Sheriff, a public affairs commentator believes that the current security situation in the North-east has worsened under the emergency rule and proffers a way forward… “I don’t know…

The critical choice for Nigerian university: Muddling through or establishing a university records management programme

Professor Gabriel Olubunmi Alegbeleye, of the Department of Information Resources Management, Babcock Business School, Babcock University, llisan –Remo, Ogun State here canvasses that records management should be seen as an…

2015 general elections and politicization of Boko Haram insurgency in Nigeria

2015 general elections and politicization of Boko Haram insurgency in Nigeria

 Fred Latimore Oghenesivbe, a public affairs analyst, warns on the danger of politicizing the war against terror and urges state governments to collaborate with the federal government and the military…

A country and its troubled military

A country and its troubled military

Yekinni Shakiru of the Center for Global Peace Initiative urges the federal government to do her uttermost to address the palpable discontent in the nation’s armed forces to give a…

The notional return of charges for ATM transactions

The notional return of charges for ATM transactions

In the backdrop of widespread criticism that trailed the re-introduction of charges on Remote-On-Use ATM withdrawals by the Central bank of Nigeria (CBN), Boniface Chizea, a Financial Consultant, asserts that…

Boko Haram and the U.S elusive presence

Boko Haram and the U.S elusive presence

Onyiorah Chiduluemije Paschal, a public affairs commentator ponders why the involvement of the military forces of the United States and her allies in Nigeria’s fight against insurgency has failed to…

Ebola syndrome:The way out

Ebola syndrome:The way out

With each passing period the known world had been encompassed with one calamity after the other. Yesterday it was bubonic plague in Europe, then yellow fever, malaria, HIV/AIDS, and today…

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