Children’s Day: Feed their potential as leaders of tomorrow By Opeyemi Abe Children are the telescope into a beautiful future, the substance of an unending hope, the sure sign that the best is yet to come. Through their eyes, we see the window of endless possibilities, and from their intellectual curiosity, we see the courage that makes the world a...... read more
Doubters of Covid-19 are the true Nigerians Government at all levels and private bodies have continued to use several channels to inform the populace of the reality of the pandemic and how they can keep safe however, not a few Nigerians remain skeptical. These doubting Thomases may be convinced that COVID-19 is real abroad but not in Nigeria....... read more
Ayade, The Cry Cry Baby In Peregrino House - Agba Jalingo Yesterday, my governor, Senator Ben Ayade cried AGAIN while launching the anti-taxation agency in Calabar. The agency is meant to ensure low income earners do not pay taxes in Cross River state. His tears actually touched a soft chord in the minds of many people across the country and several of...... read more
Igboland is not Landlocked - Aloy Ejimakor IT’s often said that a lie told so many times, if unchallenged, may – in course of time – begin to pass for the truth. One of such is the terrible lie, institutionally purveyed since the end of the Civil War, to the effect that Igboland is landlocked or has no...... read more
The Essence of Humanity and Mrs Nkechi Ikpeazu's Sterling Example By Jude Ndukwe It was Charlie Chaplin who said that "We think too much and feel too little. More than machinery, we need humanity, more than cleverness, we need kindness and gentleness. Without these qualities, life will be violent and all will be lost". Office of the First Lady in Nigeria...... read more
Radio Classroom: A Distinction For Ikpeazu - Don Norman Obinna Amongst the statutory everyday jobs of a journalist is to call the government's attention to it miscarriages and dilatoriness as well as commend its responsiveness and people-oriented policies and actions. It's called dispassionate reportage of news. Digital natives know me as an ardent knocker of Dr Okezie Ikpeazu's government; a function...... read more
The Supreme Court And Orji Uzo Kalu's Conviction By Evans Ufeli Esq The Supreme Court acted according to law not minding whoever was involved. You see, the issue of jurisdiction is sacred in law and once a court acts without it any judgment therefrom no matter how brilliantly delivered must fail. See the case of ISAAC OBIUWEBI V. CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA (2011)...... read more
Opinion: "Naija And Their Yamayama” by Emenike Vincent Onyembi   I hope we will begin to take sole responsibility of some things in the country, even as we continue to hold our dear government accountable? I ask this because the reality on ground is that our people who are in government are also Nigerians, they are not different in any...... read more
Despite Political Mischief, Abia Speaker remains undaunted in his philanthropic gestures "They tie up heavy burdens, hard to bear, and lay them on people’s shoulders, but they themselves are not willing to move them with their finger" - Matthew 23:4 The above Bible passage succinctly captures the character of those who constantly seek to portray the benevolence of public spirited men and...... read more
Madagascar Approach, A Challenge and Motivation to the Nigerian Government   Opinion by Emenike Vincent Onyembi A home remedy developed by us would be great, therefore I think it is bizarre that we are considering placing an order from Madagascar. Although the incentive might be to grab (steal) some money (that is the only logical reason). Let the government utilize the...... read more
Lockdown: Good and bitter sides of security agents By Evelyn Usman Lagos , Ogun States and the Federal Capital Territory , FCT Abuja, were compulsorily locked down on March 31, 2020, on the order of President Muhammadu  Buhari, with a view to curtailing the spread of the Corona Virus 19, that has been ravaging the entire world. At the...... read more
COVID-19: Abia is God’s Own state   -John Okiyi Kalu Have you ever said “we are God’s people and Coronavirus and other killer diseases will not affect us in Jesus name?" If yes, you said exactly what Governor Ikpeazu said in that interview: “Abia is the only state in the Bible and God will protect us”. Does...... read more
OPINION: Ikpeazu and the Haul of Critics - Mkpa   According to an anonymous quote “An acquaintance merely enjoys your company, a fair-weather companion flatters when all is well, a true friend has your best interests at heart and the pluck to tell you what you need to hear.” “You have to lift a person up before you can really...... read more
Rebuilding Aba Infrastructure: Unveiling Ikpeazu’s Plan for Ngwa Road Area   In a previous note I stated that Abia’s infrastructure deficit has never been the result of previous administrations not attempting to construct roads but more because those road projects were rushed for momentary applause and they didn’t last, hence, instead of adding to the road infrastructure capital of the state,...... read more
Why Are They Afraid Of IKUKU in Abia? By Dickson Ogbonna In every city, nation or society, some great men exist who are forces to reckon with. Such people are feared and respected  by many due to influence they exude. We have in Abia State such a man whose towering profile and acceptability is second to none. This man...... read more
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