Oyigbo And Cracking Of Rivers Government Megaphones
By Casmir Igbokwe Usually, whenever a corporate or government personality is in the eye of a storm, his spokesperson employs all sorts of fallacies to defend him and his actions. If you are not observant, he may lure you to believe that his mother is the only living virgin in... Read more
Nigeria: The Descent To A Barbarian State
By Ikechukwu Obi   I have tried to gather information on events in Oyigbo (Obigbo), Rivers state in the last 5-6 days. I have read, seen videos and pictures and made phone calls (it’s difficult for an Igbo person not to have family in Port Harcourt). From all i’ve... Read more
When a Bank Puts SMEs First
Last week will go down as one of the most challenging weeks, if not the most challenging, Nigeria has faced in 2020. What started out weeks before as very well-organised peaceful protests by young Nigerians campaigning to #EndSARS, was supplanted by hoodlums engaging in wanton looting, arson and destruction... Read more
  By Adekale Idris Adediran Human activities such as burning of fossil fuels overtime, have led to the release of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases (GHG) into the atmosphere. GHG build up in the atmosphere to form a layer that trap heat within the earth’s atmosphere. The trapped... Read more
By Paulinus Nsirim Good times are here again for the Youths of Rivers State as the State Government is poised to employ 5, 000 youths into the State Civil Service. This good news was announced by Governor Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, in a state wide broadcast to Rivers People on... Read more
On Nigeria At 60
Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah   1: I want to first thank God Almighty the Father of all creation and the maker of Heaven an earth . Strange as it may sound, I would like to thank the colonial heights masters who wove our diverse peoples together and for all... Read more
By Dakuku Peterside, Ph.D   According to Napoleon Hill: “It is literally true that you can succeed best and quickest by helping others to succeed.”   There are no truer words than these about the life and times of Tony Elumelu who, without question, has journeyed through some of... Read more

This Republic

Opinion September 22, 2020

By Shaka Momodu   Finally, the fog surrounding the fraudulent motivation behind the failed Gas Supply Processing Agreement (GSPA) between Nigeria and Process & Industrial Development Limited (P&ID) is being cleared gradually by a United Kingdom Commercial Court, which has established a prima facie case of fraud against P&ID.... Read more
The Voice Nigeria Season 3; Taking Music Talents To Greater Heights
Segun Kasali takes a look at how The Voice Nigeria Season 3 is discovering raw music talents in the country and nurturing them into superstars in the nearest future. The challenges of cost of production, cost of promotions and especially identification with renowned music record label, amongst others, have... Read more
Meanwhile, Let’s Solve The ‘’Fulani Problem’’
By Idang Alibi If I were in a position to advice and I was sure of a listening audience and was convinced in my heart that my intervention will influence a positive decision to act otherwise, I would have strongly advised against running the angry editorial entitled ‘’Obadiah Mailafia’s... Read more