Opinion

Freeze – Pastors’ Faceoff: My Honest Opinion

Freeze - Pastors' Faceoff: My Honest Opinion 1

By Alex Agbo I chose to keep quiet on this Freeze – Ibiyeomie – Enenche matter because I had very useful things to think about. But the mounting venomous utterances from the Christians is becoming the undoing of the church. I find it utterly distasteful. Who knows if some ‘Men of God (?)’ would rain their curses on me after ...

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Enugu Civil Disturbances And Ugwuanyi’s Timely Interventio

Ugwuanyi Monitors COVID-19 Lockdown Compliance at Enugu-Abia Boundary

By Jude Nwazu The recent clash in Enugu between members of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and personnel of security agencies, coupled with some minor security issues, which claimed lives on both sides and led to the carting away of some security arms is needless and avoidable. Unfortunately some people, especially politicians, who before now have no sympathy for IPOB ...

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That Fani Kayode Short Fuse… By Agba Jalingo

Fani Kayode Short Fuse

It is only a dishonest and crooked kind that will associate with and seek validation from a combustible character like FFK (Femi Fani Kayode), who is even still on trial for corruption. Everything that may or may not have been spent by Governor (Ben) Ayade to bring FFK to Calabar to validate his work has now gone down the drain ...

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CAMA: A Cross For Corruption Complicit Church

CAMA: A Cross For Corruption Complicit Church 2

By Dr Bolaji O. Akinyemi The 30’s were the era of the move of God in Africa and Nigeria was at the centre of it. Christian Missions were divinely “indigenized”as preachers of African descents caught the fire and became the fiery inferno that will consume the dry ready wood of revival that the Europeans model had become. A new move ...

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EID-EL-KABIR: Governor Muhammad Inuwa Yahaya: Leadership Lessons From The Master Strategist

EID-EL-KABIR: Governor Muhammad Inuwa Yahaya: Leadership Lessons From The Master Strategist 3

By Abdullahi Adamu Misilli It is not for nothing that former United States President William Jefferson Clinton popularly known as Bill Clinton is widely regarded as the greatest political strategist of his generation given the fact that he broke the Republican Party’s domination of the U.S Presidency from 1980-1992 to install his Democratic Party in the White House and also ...

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Unemployment Is Not A Criteria To Defraud People Of Their Life Savings

EFCC Operatives

By Obidike Chukwuebuka Rapid technological growth and development have provided vast areas of new opportunity and efficient sources for organisation of all sizes. Internet has become a national asset , the whole society is depending on it but this new technologies have brought also unprecedent threats with a cyber crime. Cyber crime is a crime in which a computer is used ...

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Ismaila Uba Misilli: Raising the Bar of Media Professionalism To Exemplary Heights

Ismaila Uba Misilli: Raising the Bar of Media Professionalism To Exemplary Heights 4

In Solidarity with my Friend as he Recovers and Resumes work By Julius Odinaka When the doleful news of Ismaila Uba Misilli’s involvement in a domestic accident filtered in from the social media and through some of our friends in the pen profession, the immediate reactions were ones of shock and consternation, amongst us, his admirers, colleagues, subordinates and superiors ...

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Ondo 2020: Why PDP Delegates Must Support Jegede

Ondo 2020: Why PDP Delegates Must Support Jegede 5

By Oyewale Oyelola Eyitayo Jegede, Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), a good brand for himself and a legal luminary of high network, technocrat, consistent philanthropist and Community Development Agent. Eyitayo Jegede is fondly called EYI by his teeming supporters across the 18 local government areas of Ondo State. The people’s love for Jegede is beyond political affiliation but a product ...

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Okowa: 5 Years of Impactful Leadership

Senator Dr Ifeanyi Okowa

By Olise Ifeajika He came in the midst of storms even though the electoral victory was phenomenal. The challenges on ground were so many; the heat generated could melt a warship. The State’s debt profile was so intimidating that a less endowed leader could give up easily. To screw up matters the more, allocation from Abuja in the face of ...

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