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Tweet The All Progressives Grand Alliance members in Diaspora are disheartened to read Chief Nwobu Alor’s malicious moves to tarnish the good image of the National Chairman of All Progressives Grand Alliance Chief (Sir) Victor Umeh. Chief Nwobu Alor is a native of Agulu, Anambra State and also the special...

Tweet By Tochukwu Ezukanma In response to my earlier article, Dismantle these Roadblocks, an irate policeman called me on the phone. The article was on the need to dismantle the police roadblocks across Nigeria because they have failed as a crime fighting strategy. They degenerated from their intended role of crime prevention to cesspools of police corruption, harassment...

Tweet Mustapha Abdullahi, (rijayarzaki@yahoo.com) Rijayar Zaki Ungogo Local Government Area Although this may not be a rejoinder to an earlier article titled ‘Shekarau and the underdevelopment of Kano State’, it is however still important to refer to it because of these two prominent actors in Kano State’s political development. These two individuals have dominated...

Tweet By Eze Chukwuemeka Eze, ezemediaconcept08@rocketmail.com, 08038199163 I arrived PortHarcourt the Rivers State, Nigeria capital city on the 22nd October, 2011 aftera two months hiatus away on a much needed vacation to recover from theexhaustion that was a result of the break neck schedule I had to contend withduring the last April Polls in Rivers State; to be flung...

Tweet The actions of the Governor of Imo State,Owelle Rochas Okorocha have attracted so much criticism from members of the press. Thisday Newspaper editorial once mentioned that the Governor’s most notable achievement to date has been to make headline news for all sorts of gaffes. The paper went ahead to say that the Governor is giving Nigerians something to really...

Tweet by Taulpaul Oselen on Thursday, November 3, 2011 at 9:26pm In the new Nigeria, there is a call to all public officers to live up to their name, ‘Public Servants.’ The public servant is the one who has committed the best of his abilities in service to Nigeria in accordance with the vision and values of the new Nigeria. It will no more be said that government...

Tweet I  have  every  right  to  prove  every  doubting  Thomas  that  things  do  work  in Nigeria  than  any  another  geographical  destination  in  the  world.  You  still  doubt?  Everything  is  possible,  once  you  are  a  Nigerian  or  resides  here,  just  chase   you   dream  with  no  or  no  effort.  It  must ...

Tweet By Muhammad Ajah   Although this piece is somewhat belated because the gravity in the indirectly sentimentalized opprobrium by “a man of God” against an internationally accepted way of life needed an immediate rejoinder, it is often the wiser to argue with the best reasoning especially at the inordinate refusal of an opponent to understand. But it is better...

Tweet Anthony A Kila Our notes will be incomplete if we do not pause to invite some reflections upon the recently concluded Local Government elections that took place in Lagos, the economic and financial capital of Nigeria. Lagos states also proudly terms itself as the centre of excellence, whilst that appellation might be disputable and even relegated to the status...

Tweet By SABO ADAMU It is not surprising at all that in less than six months since the return of Engr. Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso as governor of Kano state, by some accident of fate and through the treacherous actions of some ingrates , that the people are today regretting the outcome of the April elections and are biting their fingers for this phenomenal misfortune. Instead...