Okuama Killings: A Governor’s Sympathy Cry

“It is easier to find men who will volunteer to die, than to find those who are willing to endure pain with patience” – Julius Caesar By Felix Ofou On Friday, April 5, 2024, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori, Governor of Delta State, exposed

Examining Oborevwori’s Youth O’clock Agenda

By Felix Ofou “Young people have the power to change the world; they just need the opportunity to do so” –Malala Yousafzai Twenty six year-old Malala Yousafat is on record to be the youngest person to have been bestowed with the prestigious Nobel

Imo Charter Of Equity: Owerri, Okigwe Zones, Which Way To Go In 2027 (Historical Perspective)

By Mike Nwachukwu, Mpi Dike Egbelu The Imo Charter of Equity was initiated in 1999 and later truncated in 2011. I’ll call it Imo Charter of Equity 1.0. The Charter, adopted by the Imo State Council of Elders, aimed to facilitate a smooth

Geometric Power Plant: Indeed, Failure Is An Orphan

By Kazie Uko The social media space has been fouled with jaundiced opinions and spurious accounts by glory seekers since the successful inauguration of the Geometric Power plant in Aba, the commercial nerve of Abia State, on February 26, 2024. Abia has never

“That Makes Him A Mark”: Experts Warn Trump Could Get Desperate As His Fraud Appeal Appears Doomed

Experts worry what Trump may do as he is “scrambling to pay his bills” after $400+ million in judgments By IGOR DERYSH Managing Editor PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 20, 2024 9:05AM (EST) Former President Donald Trump faces long odds if he tries to appeal the $355

Otti’s Miracle In Abia Continuous, Flags Off Reconstruction Of 67Km Umuahia-Uzuakoli-Abiriba-Ohafia Road

By Uche Onwuchekwa In Abia State, it has been harvest of dividends of democracy since the emergence of Dr. Alex Otti as the Governor of the State. From institution of governance with well thought policies that will trickle down to every layer of

HIV AIDS and Consequences of Not Paying Attention to Safety Tips

By IKENNA ONUOHA NOEL, Mnipr HIV/AIDS is a threat to social and economic development. Treatment of HIV/AIDS patients must be accompanied with other social measures to enhance their physical, mental, and social wellbeing. HIV/AIDS can lead to poverty, affecting particularly women and young

My Dangerous Encounter with T. B. Joshua

By Justus Nwakanma Whatever you are going to read in this piece happened. I am putting this up in a very simple narrative that people will understand. I am not publishing this to condemn anybody or to praise anybody. Every child of God

Deconstructing Jerry Chukwueke’s Prognosis On Imo

By Ethelbert Okere In more ways than one, Jerry Chukwueke’s outing on Channels Television’s Politics Today programme on Christmas day was a good summary of the experience of the people of Imo state in the about-to-be concluded first term of Governor Hope Uzodimma.

Premium Times Indictment Of Abia PDP: A Backfired Plot

By Ukoha Njoku Ukoha The report, “Nigerian Governor Abandons Multi-billion Naira Government House, Runs Govt from Country Home”, published on the platform of Premium Times, is an indictment on the past PDP administrations in Abia State. A bunch of people making brouhaha out