COVID-19: We’ll all pay the price

MAMA, wear your facial mask before you leave” a daughter urged her mum who was prepared to leave for the market without...

Tribute to Borno’s slain aid workers

 THE media was recently awash with the most chilling news over the gruesome murder of five Nigerian aid workers who had remained...

5G… antichrist behind COVID-19 pandemic

An article, reportedly written by a former executive of a leading global telecommunication firm condemning the 5G and linking it to Coronavirus...

Inhuman, degrading conditions of Nigerian Police cells

THE Nigerian Police Force is empowered by the constitution and the Police act to arrest and in certain cases, detain suspects who are accused...

Tackling suicide

IT WOULD be recalled that last year, cases of suicide were rampant. Virtually every month, four or five cases were recorded. The terrible and...

Secret history of Allen Onyema’s wealth

I HAVE taken out time to research into Mr Allen Onyema's past and what you will read here should be of interest to...

Imperative of a national holiday for Zik

MONDAY, November 18,was a public holiday in Anambra State in honour of Nigeria's first President, Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe, who was born on November 16,...

2023 Presidency: Igbo needs just one voice

THE history of Nigeria would be incomplete without the name of Nnamdi Azikiwe, popularly referred to as Zik of Africa, for he was...

Anambra politics…madness defined

ALBERT Einstein, one of the greatest scientists of all time, is reputed to have defined madness as doing the same thing all over and...

Life of Celibacy: Are Catholic priests in bondage?

IT was one fine late evening, after the bustle and hurdle of the day carrying on this journalism job of chasing news around,...

Anambra 2021 and zoning controversy

ALTHOUGH the year 2021 is still far nevertheless, intense political activities are already in top gear and seem to be gathering momentum, as political...

Mugabe… end of an era (1924-2019)

THE news of the sudden demise of a foremost nationalist and doyen of liberation struggles in Southern Africa, former President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe...
Zik of Africa

Zik: Icon, meteor of endless times

THE primordial times were the halcyon days of the survival of the fittest. European nations invaded Africa, in what came to be documented in...

Integrating Police Community Relation Committee into law

BEFORE the advent of the British colonial rule in 1910 by Lord Lugard, the creator in creating the universe made available a garden and...

Brexit and the triumph of Boris Johnson

THE historic victory of the flamboyant and charismatic Boris Johnson as the new British Prime Minister and successor to Theresa May did not come...

Nigeria can’t afford to slip into debt burden again

BORROWING in the form of foreign or domestic loan is part of running a government. This is undertaken to mark-up for short falls in...

Why calumny campaign against Obiano will fail

WHAT struck me most about the last presidential election in Nigeria was the absence of rhetoric. It felt as keen as an aircraft tearing...

The U.S and Trump’s presidency

THE GLOBAL influence of the United States of America as the undisputed leader of the free world and champion of democracy seem to be...

Brexit and Britain’s chaotic exit

THE beleaguered British Prime Minister Theresa May suffered yet another humiliating defeat in Parliament (House of Commons) on Tuesday,  March 12, 2019, after her...

Focus on Anambra people, government and logics

THERE is no gain saying that this state, Anambra, is the brain box and the epitome of the Igbo man's world view. The people...

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