Dissecting the impacts of Mrs Ikpeazu's pet projects - Ikechukwu Iroha No act of kindness no matter how small is ever wasted. This statement is accurate and factual when you take a glance at the impact of the humanitarian organization founded by Abia First Lady, Mrs Nkechi Ikpeazu.   Vicar hope foundation established to drive a vision narrowed towards assisting the physically challenged...... read more
Ikpeazu, Aba and the burden of appreciation - Ben Udechukwu As a school boy in Aba 1983, I witnessed irate youths who had threatened to boo Dee Sam Mbakwe. Dee Sam was not just a performing Governor, he was believed to have found a permanent place in the heart of people. We are Aba, we have a culture of asking for...... read more
OPINION: NDDC, Political Institution? “NDDC has become a political institution...” These were  the exact words of Chief Barr. Nyesom Wike, the Governor of Rivers State, when the Professor Brambaifa led board of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) paid him a courtesy visit at the Government house in Port Harcourt. On another related visit to...... read more
IS IKPEAZU THE PROBLEM? By Chinenye Nwogu In 2015 after a hard fought electoral battle Okezie Victor Ikpeazu Ph.D. emerged winner of a fiercely contested gubernatorial election in Abia State. The fierceness of the battle necessitated what almost everyone wished never happened, a very protracted legal battle. For the records Ikpeazu may as well be...... read more
Human Capital development, a catalyst for sustainable development It is global knowledge that Investing in human capital by way of quality and functional education, on -the -job training and entrepreneurial studies will bring about the right calibre of human resources to drive the much needed diversification to achieving a balanced growth in all facets of any society.     ...... read more
Orji Uzor Kalu and the Perversity of a Political Mischief Maker By Michael Chijioke Right from his days as governor of Abia State, Orji Uzor Kalu has always been in the media for the wrong reasons. Sadly for the man, twenty years since assuming office in his ill-fated two-term tenure at the helm of affairs in the State, he has become even...... read more
Eze Chikamnayo and his Villainous Journey to Political Demise - Hon Toby Chuks In recent times a certain two-time former Commissioner for Information in Abia State, Eze Chikamnayo, has created for himself an image of one who is in perpetual need of political rehabilitation and financial refurbishment following his ill-advised and snide remarks on political leaders in the current Abia State government which he...... read more
OPINION: Ikpeazu and the 'COULDN'T SEES' By Ikechukwu Iroha A call by the State Government persuading individuals especially those from the Southeast region to come home and invest so as to develop Igbo land has gained momentum. Several Investors and industrialists have hearkened to the voice of wisdom by bringing their businesses worth millions of naira to...... read more
The Festus Adedayo they thought they could pull down   I was just informed a few minutes ago of the withdrawal of the appointment offered me as the Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to the Nigerian Senate President, Dr. Ahmed Lawan. I had hitherto enjoyed every of the diatribes provoked by the appointment. I was told it was the most...... read more
POLITICAL FOLLOWERSHIP: THE APGA, ABIA EXPERIENCE AND THE BITTER TRUTH  According to Winston Churchill "Truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the  end, there it  is."  Drawing our reference from this quotation, this paper therefore, shall try to exray and analyze the theory of politics and political followership with reference to APGA in Abia State...... read more
ALEX OTTI AND COHORTS BLASTED: Beware of Unguarded Statements of Frustrated Midget of Abia Politics and Co-Travellers Before I respond to Alex Otti's sponsored bad press against APGA and its leadership in Abiafacts blog, let me quickly urge you all to ignore the vituperations from the man I describe as frustrated midget of Abia politics. Also be wary of his bunch of dubious hatchet writers and co-travellers.  Come...... read more
APC strategy in the south east is medieval By Obi Trice EmekaI don't know how to classify my fellow SE APC members who have found ridiculous explanations to justify the recent denigration of the party in sharing party positions. I suspect most of them do not participate in ward activities, I seriously doubt that anyone who has ever labored...... read more
Why we must promulgate technocracy in every democracy By Emenike Vincent Onyembi, Twitter @Onyembivinc The subject above was selected to make a case for the future of development in Nigeria, nay Africa. It is going to be an unconventional discourse. I have decided to design a new thought aimed at proposing that the future of development in Nigeria lies...... read more
Why every government must prioritize its education By  Emenike OnyembiThe need to use education as a means of forging national unity becomes clearer when it is realised that Nigeria has over 400 ethnic languages. Hausa, Fulani, Yoruba, Igbo, Ijaw, Kanuri, Urhobo, Ibibio, Tiv, Edo, Efik, are some of the most widely spoken languages.  In a situation like this education...... read more
OPINION: Uche Ogah and his lawyers By Onyebuchi Ememanka It is no longer news that the much vaulted petition filed by Uche Ogar, the APC Gubernatorial Candidate in the last election has been thrown out by the Elections Petitions Tribunal.  The Tribunal dismissed the petition for failing to comply with a fundamental statutory requirement of filing pre...... read more
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Latest Opinions Dissecting the impacts of Mrs Ikpeazu's pet projects - Ikechukwu Iroha Ikpeazu, Aba and the burden of appreciation - Ben Udechukwu OPINION: NDDC, Political Institution? IS IKPEAZU THE PROBLEM? Human Capital development, a catalyst for sustainable development Orji Uzor Kalu and the Perversity of a Political Mischief Maker Eze Chikamnayo and his Villainous Journey to Political Demise - Hon Toby Chuks OPINION: Ikpeazu and the 'COULDN'T SEES' The Festus Adedayo they thought they could pull down POLITICAL FOLLOWERSHIP: THE APGA, ABIA EXPERIENCE AND THE BITTER TRUTH

 

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