Prof. Obiozor On The Igbo Question
For far too long NDIGBO have been objects of stereotype and profiling which ended in being misunderstood and misrepresented before other Nigerians. That has been the Igbo albatross everywhere in national politics or business, academia or artisans. Negative profiling has been an Igbo cross to carry since Nnamdi Azikiwe’s... Read more
COLONEL EMMANUEL NWOBOSI (1939 – 2020) Stands Down, Closing Last Human Chapter Of Event That Changed Nigeria
By: Chukwudum Ikeazor Just over a week ago, I received the news that Emmanuel Nworah Nwobosi had died -on Tuesday 24th November. He was an alumnus – St John’s College, Kaduna, Nigerian Military Training College, Zaria, Sandhurst Military Academy, England, and US Army Field Artillery School, Fort Sill, Oklahoma,... Read more
By: Chinedu Jideofo-Ogbuagu He deserves pity! Never believed Abacha would confirm his death sentence! From Oputa panel revelations, on the day of his execution, unable to face his fate with fortitude because he believed that his sentence would be commuted. When they came for him, he kept on asking... Read more
Buhari’s Unholy Romance With Niger Republic
By Ochereome Nnanna President Muhammadu Buhari’s romance with Niger Republic has become an affront to the national interest of Nigeria. When he was sworn-in as an elected president in 2015 he went to Mamadou Issoufou’s presidential palace in Niamey, Niger Republic, to celebrate. They gave him the reception of... Read more
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