‘NINvirus’ AND THE PLIGHT OF MOBILE PHONE SUBSCRIBERS – By Johnson Ebigide

The Corona Virus Pandemic that took the entire globe with a storm is yet another inexplicable mystery about human existence on earth. It came without warnings and with a plethora of projections as to its actual sources and causes. However, general consensus was that it was from Wuhan, an industrial town in China, in the year 2019. It was thereafter rechristened COVID-19. Some said that … Continue reading ‘NINvirus’ AND THE PLIGHT OF MOBILE PHONE SUBSCRIBERS – By Johnson Ebigide

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Buhari @78: PRESIDENT OR MANNEQUIN? – By Abubakar Adam Ibrahim

Today, December 17, President Muhammadu Buhari turns 78. His storied life has not been short of ironies. The biggest of this ironies, it would seem, is how strange and mystifying it is that a man who fought stubbornly for 12 full years for the honour to govern a country would suddenly lose all interest in governance once he got the chance to rule. The warning … Continue reading Buhari @78: PRESIDENT OR MANNEQUIN? – By Abubakar Adam Ibrahim

THE JOSEPH GOEBBELS IN GOVERNMENT SPOKESPERSONS – By Jerome-Mario Utomi

In 1978, the Public Relations professionals across the globe gathered in Mexico to among other aims chart a course, and stir the ship of public relations practice. The gathering proposed and adopted a highly influential definition of public relation which it tagged; The Mexican statement.It says; “Public relations practice is the art and social science of analyzing trends, predicting their consequences, counseling organization leaders and … Continue reading THE JOSEPH GOEBBELS IN GOVERNMENT SPOKESPERSONS – By Jerome-Mario Utomi

THE NEW DSIEC WARDS AND THE SURPRISING HULLABALOO ABOUT IT IN DELTA STATE – By Barr. Kingsley Akpederin

I have read several posts and comments about the recent creation of local government elections state wards otherwise known as DSIEC Wards in Delta State. DSIEC stands for Delta State Independent Electoral Commission. It is charged with the responsibility of creating state wards for the purpose of councillorship elections and the organisation of local government elections in Delta State. As a people’s rights activist, I … Continue reading THE NEW DSIEC WARDS AND THE SURPRISING HULLABALOO ABOUT IT IN DELTA STATE – By Barr. Kingsley Akpederin

MEMORIES OF AKPABIO’S TRANSPORT POLICY – By Joe Iniodu

Immediately after subscribing to the constitutional Oath of Office and Oath of Allegiance on May 29, 2007, the elated and enthusiastic new governor in a velvet voice thundered during his inaugural address: “This is Godswill Akpabio reporting for duty”. The import of that statement tended to imply that there would be a scorecard to assess his performance. More than that, he knew he would be … Continue reading MEMORIES OF AKPABIO’S TRANSPORT POLICY – By Joe Iniodu

NDDC: PRESIDENT BUHARI SHOULD ACT ON THE IMC INDICTMENT FOR CORRUPTION – By Ebi Arogbofa

At the just ended retreat for his ministers at which they reviewed their first year performances, President Muhammadu Buhari was upbeat that his administration has shown probity and accountability in the manner it has tackled the problem of corruption. To a partisan watcher of the president, he may have got accolades but not to a dispassionate Nigerian who has witnessed the massive erosion of credibility … Continue reading NDDC: PRESIDENT BUHARI SHOULD ACT ON THE IMC INDICTMENT FOR CORRUPTION – By Ebi Arogbofa

Edo Guber: YOU CAN’T SELL A BAD PRODUCT, WIKE TELLS OSHIOMHOLE – By Paulinus Nsirim

Governor Nyesom Wike’s experience in the political arena keeps him in good stead to know a bad, unsaleable political product. If he tells you that a particular politician is a bad product that cannot be sold, you can take that to the bank and keep your money or better still invest it in a better product, that will give you more value for your money … Continue reading Edo Guber: YOU CAN’T SELL A BAD PRODUCT, WIKE TELLS OSHIOMHOLE – By Paulinus Nsirim