Onyema, Air Peace… the smear this time

TRUTH be told, recent developments around the financial and aviation industry smack off a smear on Allen Onyema and his Air Peace airline. The avalanche of unclear news bits on the corporation’s... Read more »

Chinemerem thinks beyond certificate obsession

QUALITY of ideas makes the difference between a conventional status quo maintainer and an unconventional avant garde radical. While the earlier thinks that a faculty is clearly defined the latter sees a... Read more »

Lone song for Achebe

 SATURDAY is the post humus birthday of another great son of Africa, the very renowned grand bard and writer of the 20th century African novel, “Things Fall Apart,” Chinua Achebe.   Also,... Read more »

Long awaited Zik’s Day preps in Anambra

IT IS very difficult for ordinary people to gain power and turn around the society. But that is actually for the common human person among the ‘ordinary’ folks.    A peak into... Read more »

Thomas Aquinas Church… proceed of evangelical commitment

A Church being unveiled in this newspaper’s neighbourhood prompts mypeak into the essence of wholistic evangelism. DEDICATION of the St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church edifice in Awka on Sunday, November 10, 2019... Read more »

Good times for Anambra people

THESE are really good times for the people and government of Anambra State. Let us take a cursory look at three major developments which took place in just the past week.  ... Read more »

Apprenticeship: Igbo sense in market place

IN A world of wolves, a lone sheep would be silly, very stupid, not to know he is prey even if no wolf calls him foe and he owns an art of... Read more »

Danger in our children’s grammar

A piece published on facebook by Uche Nworah spurred a discourse on the state of affairs in reading and writing among young ones in Nigeria. In the trailer of interventions and reactions... Read more »