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Okorocha Puts Imo in Chains BY SHAKA MOMODU

There is this man with a deceptive appearance from the South-east, Imo State to be precise, who pretends he has what it takes to be the president of Nigeria. In his convoluted and banal imagination, he believes he is the best thing to have come out of the…Read More

CORRUPTION: Tensions build in Nigeria's oil-rich Niger Delta

In the March election, Delta voters backed Jonathan, their local "son", and largely kept their cool when he conceded. But handouts to the youths and former militants have not been paid for three months, according to "Ex-General Pastor" Reuben Wilson who…Read More

The Recycling of Governors as Senators and Ministers

Buhari’s ministerial list read out by Senate President Bukola Saraki did not impress Mr Eke Eke. To the public commentator, "recycling of ex-governors as senators and minister in Nigeria, is one reason why every attempt to address corruption in Nigeria will…Read More

Buhari’s ministerial list: Are you surprised?

What is your take: Are you surprised at the list of ministerial nominees. 1. Babatunde Fashola (Lagos) 2. Kayode Fayemi (Ekiti) 3. Rotimi Amaechi (Rivers) 4.Dr. Chris Ngige (Anambra) 5. Abdurrahman Dambazau (rtd) (Kano) 6.Ibe Kachikwu (Delta) 7.…Read More

Kidnapping, the threat to all of us

The abduction of Toyin Nwosu, wife of Steve, Deputy Managing Director of The Sun newspapers brought the reality of the dangers that we are in closer home than anything I can readily recall. As Yoruba people say, the death that kills your closest associate…Read More

And Now The EFCC Report By Sonala Olumhense

Two significant things are guaranteed in the three days before October 1. The first is that President Muhammadu will submit to the National Assembly a list of his Ministerial nominees. The second is that he will have a chance to obtain from a veteran his…Read More

Obasanjo, Yaradua, Jonathan spend N‎2.740 trillion on Power sector in 16 years

... As Senate demands audited account of power Ministry, agencies Facts emerged on Tuesday that a total whooping sum of N2.740 trillion was spent on power sector by Federal government from 1999 till date, even as the Senate requested for audited account of…Read More
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