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Tweet Written By Dr. Inyang Oduok   Recent media report has it that “Akwa Ibom State Legislature is proposing to pass a law banning local print media in the state.” Saddled with so many flaws and confronted with so many criticisms, the lame duck and talkative Akwa state legislature is allegedly proposing...

Tweet By Wabiye Idoniboyeobu, wabiyeidons@riverdrillgroup.com, 08063755563 Prince Tonye Princewill the Prince of Niger Delta Politics, member of the Rivers State Economic Advisory Council and Consultant to the Rivers State Government on Public Private Partnership joins hand with Mrs. Koko Kalango the Founder of Rainbow Book Club, organisers of the 2011 Garden City Book...

Tweet Does Senator Sidi Ali think he is deceiving the people of FCT with his so called petition to EFCC against Honourable Danladi Zhin or what? For four years he represented FCT in the Senate, he did not attract a single project to any area council in FCT. If he had attracted Roads and Housing projects in any of those councils that make up FCT; he would have known their...

Tweet Written by Odimegwu Onwumere According to Ellen Glasgow, “All change is not growth, as all movement is not forward.” Probably, Glasgow had Rivers State under Governor Chibuike Amaechi at heart by making that statement. To some people, it is a wonderful idea that Governor Amaechi has contracted Educomp Solutions, an Indian conglomerate to manage the 24 model...

Tweet Osita Julius Nworu We are living in a time and in a state where the governor sees governance as a family affair. Traditionally, democracy is simply defined as government of the people for the people and by the people. But for the over 70 year old Gov. Elechi is concerned, this universally accepted definition of democracy, its principles and attributes should apply...

Tweet On the 14th of September 2011, the Rt. Hon. Benjamin Uwajumogu will clock 100 days in office as the Speaker of Imo State House of Assembly. No doubt, it is too short a time to access or evaluate the legislative activities of the Imo State House of Assembly. But because it has become a tradition in Nigeria since 1999 to use the first 100 days in office...

Tweet It was Tuesday night in Lagos. The organizers referred to the event in honor of Christiana Essien-Ibokwe as the “Red Carpet Tribute Night.” In plain English, it could be translated to mean a wake-keeping by the rich and powerful in honor of Christiana Essien Ibokwe. Attendants were only by invitation. Invitation messages were sent to several but highly...

Tweet Dilapidated public primary School in Eziama in Ngor/Okpala Written by Nwaorgu Faustinus There is no questioning the fact that Ngor/Okpala one of the oldest Local Government Areas in Imo State has not been given its pride of place in the scheme of things, politically or in terms of development. From 1999 to date one can hardly pinpoint one envious, jealousy-oriented...

Tweet But for the fact that a job had to be done, reading through Doyin Iyiola’s unnecessary  ‘epistle’ entitled “Ogboru is a victim of conspiracy’’ in the Wednesday, August 31st 2011 issue of ‘’The Nation’’ is to say the least, a waste of productive man hours. It was a shoddy treatise: a synopsis of the frustrations of a terribly beleaguered...

Tweet   By chief ogbonna onyenweaku   I was just watching recently when in Enugu, how the Nigerian Police were manhandling  and arresting some Igbo youths for daring to do what other ethnic nationalities are doing -asking for this entity called Nigeria to be divided or separated and for agitating in the name of Movement for the Actualization of Sovereign State of...