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WIKE: A GOVERNOR OF THE PEOPLE – By Simeon Nwakaudu

The victory of Governor Nyesom Ezenwo Wike during the last Governorship Election on March 9, 2019 was fundamentally a victory engineered by the people. It was a practical reward for his performance in terms of projects delivery, dedication to the defence of Rivers State and commitment to the future of the state. If the people were not behind Governor Wike, there wouldn’t have been a … Continue reading WIKE: A GOVERNOR OF THE PEOPLE – By Simeon Nwakaudu

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Assessing Okowa’s Giant Strides In Delta – By Charles Aniagwu

For a better appreciation of the good works of Governor Ifeanyi Okowa’s administration in Delta State, it will be rational to assess his stewardship from the standpoint of the nation’s economic adversities when the governor took over the mantle of leadership on May 29, 2015. When the governor assumed office, the country was in recession and confronted with various degrees of economic challenges as a … Continue reading Assessing Okowa’s Giant Strides In Delta – By Charles Aniagwu

OKOWA AND THE ECHOES OF HIS SMART AGENDA – By Dr. Kingsley Emu

May 29th 2015 inauguration was a mixed bag for informed followers of the State of the economy of Delta State – A dream come true for a NEW DELTA and the challenges of RESURRECTING a battered economy. And so , like everything kept in God’s hand we soldiered on with hope laced with dispassionate planning . It started with restructuring the existing approved budget to … Continue reading OKOWA AND THE ECHOES OF HIS SMART AGENDA – By Dr. Kingsley Emu

Okowa’s Second Tenure; Expectations of Enhanced Democracy Dividends – by Nkem Osu

In most human endeavours, be it governance and government, private corporate or individual initiatives, the past is viewed in relation to the present and future vis-a-vis achieving set goals. The essence of these key inter-related factors go a long way in defining the accomplishment of set target. In other words, the past situates the present just as the present shapes the future. Essentially, the original … Continue reading Okowa’s Second Tenure; Expectations of Enhanced Democracy Dividends – by Nkem Osu

NIGERIA, BUHARI AND THE COMMON MAN – By Arc. (Obong) Victor Attah

Let me start by asking the question, “who is the common man; who is the average Nigerian Family”? It reminds me of an incident in 1974 when I participated in the design of an office building in Lagos. When I was trying to calculate the required number of car parking spaces, a member of the team reminded me then that “ the average Nigerian family … Continue reading NIGERIA, BUHARI AND THE COMMON MAN – By Arc. (Obong) Victor Attah

ATIKU ABUBAKAR OR MUHAMMADU BUHARI? – By Uche Woke

As Nigerians, we have the tendency of assessing growth and development on the basis of amenities and infrastructural improvement. Recently, corruption and security have formed the administrative agenda and has largely determined the scope of governance because clearly they are real issues troubling our nation. Yes, hunger is part of the Nigeria’s reality today. And obviously, the PDP will not relent in making it a … Continue reading ATIKU ABUBAKAR OR MUHAMMADU BUHARI? – By Uche Woke

ANARCHY IS LOOSED IN NIGERIA, THE BRAIN CHILD OF BRITAIN – by Abraham Madu

Last week, the movement for the restructuring of Nigeria got more converts from an unlikely quarter. Some 16 youth groups in the North rose from a meeting late on Tuesday to declare the unwillingness of the North to continue in a Federation that has the Igbo Biafra as part. The groups, which met in Arewa House, somehow the symbolic throne of the Northern establishment and … Continue reading ANARCHY IS LOOSED IN NIGERIA, THE BRAIN CHILD OF BRITAIN – by Abraham Madu