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Tweet By Anthony Akinola               The letter of admission I received to read Law at Oxford University in 1983  was one I was determined not to trash or merely  file for record purposes, even when the reality of my financial circumstances suggested that that could very well have been...

Tweet By Tochukwu Ezukanma A major problem with Christianity in Nigeria is that the Christian pastors abdicate a major responsibility of the men of God. Generally, they limit their responsibilities to instructing us on how to pay our tithes and sow our seeds, and then, prosper, and on how to be born again and inherit eternal life. While it is important that we inherit...

Tweet Written by Odimegwu Onwumere Many people see General Yakubu Gowon as a gentle man, but this is an oversight. It is unfortunate that Gowon, who removed the military garb in the past forty years, is still wearing the military mentality. His is not only military mentality, but ethnic bias. The statement that was credited to him since General Chukwuemeka Odumegwu...

Tweet By Kamarudeen Ogundele, Abuja  An Abuja Federal High Court was yesterday told that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate in Kogi State, Captain Idris Wada, has a record of mental disorderliness from the University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan. This was at the hearing of a suit filed by a chieftain of the party, Mr. Emmanuel Abalaka against the nomination...

Tweet   Written by Odimegwu Onwumere Prince Tonye Princewill’s congratulatory letter to The Management of the Rivers State Newspapers Corporations on its 40th anniversary of the publication of The Tide Newspapers, made a good read. This leader of the Princewill Political Association (PPA), a political group of Rivers State, also congratulated the management and...

Tweet By Muhammad Ajah   Your Excellency, sir   State of Ebonyi State   This is the facsimile of the writer’s conscience. To frankly begin, the first year of the return of your Excellency to the White House as the second executive governor of the state for the second term since May 29, 2011 has continued to mount challenges and yet spark hope that at the end of...

Tweet By UZOR EMMANUEL UZOR Over the years, the after math of any evil did in the past have been under review by the successors or any forbearers especially in the modern day African Christianity.   In a bid to finding a lasting solution to these mind-bugling jigsaw that has haunted us as well as thrown many families between the fold of Christendom into quagmire...

Tweet Today, as I flew into Port Harcourt ‘International ‘airport from Lagos, I finally came to terms with the fact that Nigeria, my beloved country, the ‘giant’ of Africa is still a toddler nation, 51years and counting after it attained its flag independence. To be sure, like millions of our country men and women, I had always felt that our leaders in the past,...

Tweet Anybody conversant with the activities of professional detractors in FCT would have by now seen established pattern in their operation. Not long ago, Senator Sidi Ali, the ousted Senator representing FCT joined issue with Hon. Danladi Zhin, the Chairman of Kuje Area Council. The grouse of Sidi Ali was that all the developmental projects completed by Zhin’s administration...

Tweet The problem with this report is that it is unfortunately one sided and silent on the many salient issues that transpired on the day in question. I was not present at the occasion but was reliably informed and I verily believe my impeccable source that the many constitutional questions thrown at Chief Chekwas Okorie were either not satisfactorily answered or tacitly...