Sowore: THE PARABLE OF A RAT THAT SAW TOMORROW – By Festus Adedayo

Many commentators on the attempted abduction of rights activist, Omoyele Sowore, right inside a courtroom of the Federal High Court, Abuja by men of the State Security Service (SSS), self-styled as the Department of State Services (DSS), have termed the occurrence tragic. I disagree. I tend to think that the tragedy is not that one person, out of about 200 million Nigerians, was visited with … Continue reading Sowore: THE PARABLE OF A RAT THAT SAW TOMORROW – By Festus Adedayo

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FOR THE AVOIDANCE OF DOUBT – By Senator Akon Eyakenyi, PhD

Nigeria is ours and we are the only people responsible to make Nigeria work. Our heroes fought for Nigeria’s survival and we owe them a duty to ensure that their labour shall never be in vain. Freedom of expression is a fundamental human right as enshrined in Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Nigerian constitution – Section 39. Article 9 … Continue reading FOR THE AVOIDANCE OF DOUBT – By Senator Akon Eyakenyi, PhD

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OBUAH, THE MAN BEHIND THE MIRROR – By Marvelous Chukwuladi Okoro

Meet Bro. Felix Obuah, one time Local Government Area chairman of Ogba Egbema Ndoni Local Government Area, (ONELGA), presently serving his second term as Chairman of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP Rivers State, is the substantive Sole Administrator, Rivers State Waste Management Agency (RIWAMA) and is currently Director of the well known Krisdera Hotels and resort. He is the highest Employer of Labour in the … Continue reading OBUAH, THE MAN BEHIND THE MIRROR – By Marvelous Chukwuladi Okoro

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CHARLES EHIEDU ANIAGWU, DELTA INFORMATION COMMISSIONER: AN EPITOME OF CLASS AND TASTE – By Patrick Ochei

The Delta State Ministry of Information is in good and capable hand; so rightly affirmed by a majority opinion. The Ministry is manned by a thoroughbred journalist, a well experienced information manager, a resilient businessman, an amiable encyclopedia of knowledge and a dignified personality that was elevated from Chief Press Secretary to Commissioner of Information in the same administration; and that is Mr Charles Ehiedu … Continue reading CHARLES EHIEDU ANIAGWU, DELTA INFORMATION COMMISSIONER: AN EPITOME OF CLASS AND TASTE – By Patrick Ochei

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Rivers State: THE OLD AND THE YOUNG, THE PAST, TODAY AND THE FUTURE – By Dumo Lulu-Briggs

“Rivers State once had a glorious era, propelled by patriotic leaders. These leaders transformed the state into a preferred destination for Nigerians and foreigners alike. Life in Rivers State was never as it is today. Our people have been impoverished and traumatized, leaving a large segment of the population poor and homeless; the elderly are abandoned; majority of our youths are jobless and a large … Continue reading Rivers State: THE OLD AND THE YOUNG, THE PAST, TODAY AND THE FUTURE – By Dumo Lulu-Briggs

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Allen Onyema Indictment: WHO ARE THE CO-CONSPIRATORS IN THIS ALLEGED FINANCIAL MALPRACTICE? – By Chris O. Maduka

I’ve reacted extensively on this on my Facebook walls. The Nigerian authorities, not Allen Onyema must rise in defence of their vital and financial interests. The Minister of Justice and the Attorney General in collaboration with the Minister of Foreign affairs must ask their US counterparts: What the hell is going on here? America is not a respecter of people agreed, but selective prosecution must … Continue reading Allen Onyema Indictment: WHO ARE THE CO-CONSPIRATORS IN THIS ALLEGED FINANCIAL MALPRACTICE? – By Chris O. Maduka

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STILL ON ALLEN ONYEAMA… By Joseph Chukwuma Ikunna

No thanks to Allen’s mediocre structure and lack of good business advice, Financial and Legal advisers, Allen did the unthinkable thing and stepped on Boeing’s toes by canceling an almost two billion dollar order, and moving to Bombardier, a Canadian company to make the anticipated purchases. Can we all imagine the effect this had on Boeing, their shares, and the possibility of other companies following suit, at a period where Boeing has been facing a serious crisis with the Boeing 737 max aeroplane crisis, following two major crashes. Why would Springfield have been the first company to cancel orders when other companies were patiently waiting to see the outcome of the software upgrades? Who in Allen’s company had the ability to advise him to hold on and wait and see the outcome of the upgrades, or what decisions the other airlines and country carriers would reach? Continue reading STILL ON ALLEN ONYEAMA… By Joseph Chukwuma Ikunna