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Matters arising from the impeachment gale

Matters arising from the impeachment gale

By Eze Onyekpere The Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 makes provisions for impeachment of key members of the Executive, namely, the President, the Vice President, the Governor…

Matters arising from the impeachment gale

Matters arising from the impeachment gale

By Eze Onyekpere The Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 makes provisions for impeachment of key members of the Executive, namely, the President, the Vice President, the Governor…

The Nigeria of our dreams

By Eze Onyekpere Fellow Nigerians, today’s discourse will dwell on the Nigeria of our dreams. Let us visualise what we have been missing and where our journey to nationhood will…

On rotational presidency and state creation

By  Anthony Akinola IN their collective wisdom, members of the National Confab have recommended “Rotational Presidency” for Nigeria. Theirs is a most welcome recommendation, not least because one shares the…

Plugging leakages in the fiscal system

By Eze Onyekpere Nigerians in and out of government are unanimous in asserting that the cost of governance in the country is scandalously high and may be one of the…

Does Jonathan deserve automatic ticket?

By Edwin E. Uhara Last year, when the Peoples Democratic Party’s Board of Trustees (BOT) Chairman, Chief Tony Anenih advocated for an automatic ticket for President GoodLuck Jonathan in the…

When a virgin chairman visited Ahiazu Mbaise

It is an accepted norm that a political party plays certain vital roles. It articulates the position of its members on many issues of public discourse. It aggregates the interests…

FG’s new auto policy

By Obidike Peter We probably will be deceiving ourselves if the Presidency starts to pop champagne in celebration that cars are already being produced in Nigeria less than 10 months…

Nigeria and poverty of the mind

By Eze Onyekpere Politics is the art of choosing from alternative action paths for the promotion and enhancement of human welfare. Central to it is the challenge of wealth creation…

Agenda for the 2015 elections

By Eze Onyekpere 2015 is by the corner and elections will be held to elect individuals and parties who will run our affairs for the next four years. As I…

The siege on truth, by Godswill Akpabio

The siege on truth, by Godswill Akpabio

By Godswill Akpabio In the last few weeks, truth has come under siege by agents of falsehood in Akwa Ibom State. The good people of Akwa Ibom State have been unfortunately…

Genius at work

Genius at work

By Lekan Sote Perhaps what people know about Osun State is the annual Osun Oshogbo Festival, ‘oroki’ herbal mixture, said to be able to cure all ailments, and the Oroki…

National Confab: The road not taken and the destination not reachable

Very soon members of the National Conference will break into committees. From reports in the media, the committees are carbon copies of those of the National Assembly. This again raises…

The theatre of absurdity in Abuja

By Tola Adeniyi Much as I welcomed the idea of holding a National Sovereign Conference which all patriotic citizens of this country had canvassed since the past 54 years to…

Who is sure of SURE-P?

Who is sure of SURE-P?

By Eze Onyekpere The Subsidy Re-investment and Empowerment Programme was designed as an intervention to ensure that the proceeds of the partial withdrawal of petrol subsidy are properly utilised and…

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