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Smell the Coffee, Nigeria is Five Minutes Away from Afghanistan (Part 2)

By Uche Amunike Here’s the second part of the brilliant interview granted by the controversial Chief Malcolm Omirhobo, Principal Partner, Malcolm  Omirhobo & Co. I culled it from the Guardian Newspaper and he bared his mind on trending national issues that will surely interest you, as he fielded questions from Chijioke Iremeka of the Guardian Newspaper. Recall that he was ...

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Smell the Coffee, Nigeria is Five Minutes Away from Afghanistan

By Uche Amunike Today, I bring you the brilliant and fiery Chief Malcolm Omirhobo, who is the Principal Partner, Malcolm Omirhobo & Co. He is also a human rights activist, who stirred controversy at the Supreme Court, Abuja, and Lagos High Court, after he appeared in court in lawyer’s gown dotted with ‘native doctor’ attire, some months ago, during one ...

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August Meetings: Origin and Purpose! God Bless all Women

By Uche Amunike The month of August is very important in the lives of the Igbo people generally. Traditionally, New Yam festivals are usually fixed at this period in so many villages. For women, it is the time for the married ones to assemble in their matrimonial villages in order to be a part of what is now generally known ...

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Celebrating the Man, Jude Atupulazi

By Uche Amunike The man I write about is a perfect example of one who has lived his life full cycle. Born, the only child of his parents, he was raised in a Catholic home and grew up being an exceptionally bright kid. He passed through the educational terrain, marital terrain, fatherhood terrain, journalism terrain and indeed, the political terrain ...

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Depression is Real, Rest in Peace, Ada Ameh!!!

By Uche Amunike It was a Monday and I was online, trying to read the news from different tabloids when I saw a post about popular Nollywood actress, Ada Ameh being dead after slumping, somewhere in Warri, Delta state. I immediately ignored it and seriously believed it was just one of those fake news items on social media that some ...

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This Generation…Can I Talk to You?

By Uche Amunike A few days ago, I got a call from a very young lady. It was an unknown number and at the same time, a voice I could not place. So she asked if I was Uche Amunike of Frank Talk in Fides. I replied that it was me, alright. She was very inaudible and I strained my ...

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Fathers and Fatherhood

By Uche Amunike Very recently, Fathers Day was celebrated by the Anglican Communion. It was funny reading so many posts on social media where men complained that Fathers Day was always downplayed unlike Mothers Day that was celebrated with so much pomp and pageantry, every year and sometimes, even twice in a year. One question I haven’t stopped asking myself ...

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Like Him or Not, Peter Gregory Obi Remains a Strong Institution

By Uche Amunike I have known His Excellency, Mr Peter Obi for as long as he has been in the limelight, first as a governor who regained his mandate through due process with utmost calmness; as an Ex-governor who not only left remarkable footprints on the sands of time at the expiration of his tenure, but also installed a successor, ...

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Of Catholic Priests, Prayer Ministries and Faith of Parishioners

By Uche Amunike I have written several articles concerning the role that Reverend Fathers play in the lives of the Catholic faithful. I was born into a strict Catholic home and luckily married a Catholic gentleman. What it means is that there is nothing I will see about the Catholic Church that will be new to me, having been born ...

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Ladies, Please Let the Indecent Dressing Stop!!!

By Uche Amunike I am compelled to address the issue of indecent dressing because it has become a norm in our society that looks like it has come to stay and stay forever. Sometimes, I wonder what is so difficult about dressing to be decent? How can a girl or a woman dress up and leave her home, looking like ...

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