Punishing the Heroes: When Politicians Make Public Health Decisions. The unimaginable scenario of a Farmer making decisions as to when and where to conduct an appendectomy or other medical procedures; or a Medical Doctor having the final say of how many floors to add unto a multi-storey complex, is vividly transformed into a real life horror when persons versed in...... read more

By Eze Eluchie
How not to tackle terror. The continued bickering by two Federal Government agencies with prosecutorial powers, the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) and the Department of State Security (DSS), over who will conduct the prosecution of the principal suspect in the April 14th 2014 Nyanya (Abuja) bomb blast, Mr. Aminu Sadiq Ogwuche, is simply a mind-boggling national...... read more

By Eze Eluchie
Speaker of Nigeria’s House of Representatives Vacates Seat. By announcing his membership of another political party prior to the expiry of the tenure of the House for which he was elected, in the absence of either a division or factionalization in the party which sponsored his nomination into the House of Representatives, ex-Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mr....... read more

By Eze Eluchie
Qatari Women Basketball Jersey – FIBA got it very wrong! Sporting events have, from time immemorial, been one area where humanity, irrespective of our various divides, can congregate in amity, equity and unison. Sporting arenas are a veritable venue where peoples who ordinarily would never have had an opportunity to interact find themselves thrust together within an enclosure in pleasurably healthy...... read more

By Eze Eluchie
The Echezona Project - Reuniting children displaced during Biafran Genocide Efforts to trace the thousands of children ‘airlifted’ out of their places of origin in present day South Eastern Nigeria (during the Nigeria – Biafra War, 1967 - 1970) to places as diverse as Ivory Coast and Gabon is ongoing. At the end of the war, some of the ‘airlifted children’...... read more

By Eze Eluchie
War Criminal Escapes Justice Yet another war criminal escapes justice. The death, by natural causes, of Nigeria’s general Benjamin Adekunle has robbed the world of yet another opportunity to test the reach of international law by bringing perpetrators of mass atrocities to justice. This war criminals infamous quote: "I want see no Red Cross, no...... read more

By Eze Eluchie
The Synagogue Church building collapse. The ground-zero and vicinity of the collapse of the Synagogue Church Guest House where over 115 people were killed is to all intents and purposes a crime scene that ought to have been protected until investigations had been concluded to ascertain if the crime committed was Murder, Homicide, Willful Damage to...... read more

By Eze Eluchie
Scottish Independence Referendum: Call for International Observer and Monitoring Team. The right to self-determination is one of the cardinal rights which define our humanity. A people’s quality of life is inversely proportional to the quantum of this right they enjoy. The quest to actualize the right to self-determination has led various peoples to countless battles, wars and agitations for self determination....... read more

By Eze Eluchie
Corruption in our Defense Sector: Recall the Millionaire Generals! Corruption is a debilitating disease which when it manifests in any entity serves to demoralize, de-motivate and deviate from purpose. When this societal scourge overwhelms sacred institutions of State, it ultimately serves to destroy. For decades, the Nigerian state has ostensibly devoted a substantial part of its national budgets on the...... read more

By Eze Eluchie
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