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Tweet By Tochukwu Ezukanma Just before the 2007 general election, a high ranking official of the Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) in Lagos State suggested that I write an article stating that the then governor of Lagos State, Bola Tinubu, promoted an enabling environment for Igbo businesses to thrive in...

Tweet Since I started pointing out theautocratic behaviours  and lack of arithmetic knowledge of governance of embattled Governor Rochas Okorocha, I have been  branded so many unprintable names by a selected group of unproductive, uninformed, money hungry, favour seeking, paranoid supporters of the government and accused of being biased and sponsored by political opponents...

Tweet I obviously did not count on the unintended consequences of my story on Death by Medical Mission.  It is actually the first of four fictionalized realities on how the practice of handing out potent and dangerous pharmaceuticals sourced from all over the world to old, poor, and ignorant people without any scheme of clinical continuity falls below any conceivable...

Tweet The Nigerian people are intrinsically peaceful, non-violent folks across their respective communities, despite the country’s experience with historical forms of intermittent ethnic and religious wars, as well as a civil war.  Unlike many countries within and outside Africa where people live life with the expectation and experience of constant wars, the rulers...

Tweet The on-going labour crisis in the State which has degenerated into strike action embarked upon by the Nigerian labour Congress (NLC) and Trade Union Congress (TUC) Imo State branch since the past one week will any moment from now be a thing of the past. Reason, the Speaker of Imo State House of Assembly , The Rt. Hon. Benjamin Uwajumogu has stepped in to resolve...

Tweet One of the things I enjoy in the village is going to Church, sitting way way at the back, and just enjoy the stories that time is telling.  Seated in front of me are generations before and after me. As I age, so does the generation before me age.  Seeing them, I see my tomorrow. I see all the things that time has done to them and I know that time will do same...

Tweet By Chief Jimmy Asiegbu (jasmakauto@aol.com ) Tel. 310 497-5007   My brother Prof. Okey  Ndibe: We all know the stuff that you are made of and inasmuch as you are aware of this very fact, you should let us continue to see you from that angle without challenging our thought process with old, repetitive and boring  issues to allow us to continue to read your articles....

Tweet By Anthony A Kila Most analysts beyond and within the shores of Africa will agree that the greatest woes betiding the countries of that continent are traceable to its lack of basic infrastructural amenities and proficient leadership. The lack of such amenities are argued to be the cause of high infant mortality rates, poverty, low level of literacy, unemployment...

Tweet By Mohammed Idris Any political watcher of Nigeria with particular attention to detail would think that by now political parties in Nigeria might have learnt some good lessons from experience and be better prepared to handle issues that would move democracy forward. Unfortunately, this appears to be far from reality. The recent wrangling over PDP’s flag bearer...

Tweet By Tochukwu Ezukanma  My father once sent me on an errand to a professor’s office. That day, I was in an exceptionally good mood because I was with a friend who had managed to get the car keys from his father. With a car at our disposal, we were to cruise around town, visiting friends and checking out girls. Secondly, I was attired in my best: a pair of dark...