Opinion

Frank Talk with Uche Amunike

Engr. Emeka James Okoye … the Strength of Orsumoghu

By Uche Amunike I was actively involved in the media coverage of the last elections held here in Anambra state during the Presidential and State House of Assembly polls. That exercise took me round so many towns in the state as I assembled news and monitored the proceedings. Now, I am one person who loves travelling and as always, all ...

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Pius Adesanmi…Relevant even in Death

By Uche Amunike Dear readers, this week, I bring to you, one of the most interesting posts I ever came across. It was written by the much celebrated Prof Pius Adesanmi who died in the ill-fated Ethiopian Airways plane crash that occured just last week, a few minutes after take off. He titled it, ‘Orijin Will See Me Through’. Please ...

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Journeying through Forty Days

By Uche Amunike It is the Lenten period of the year 2019 and once more, Christians the world over are forced into humble submission to embark on a journey of faith with our Lord Jesus Christ through His suffering and death. Lent is the period of 40 days which comes before Easter in the Christian calendar. Beginning on Ash Wednesday ...

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Awaiting Buhari’s Next Level

By Uche Amunike The presidential election 2019 has just come and gone and a winner has been declared. He is General Muhammadu Buhari. Now, I am truly saddened by the fact that Buhari won this election and I owe no one any apologies for feeling this way. I have watched the killings in this country during his first four years ...

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Rest in Peace, Dear Paschaline

By Uche Amunike I went to my hairdressers’ shop exactly a week ago to have my nails and hair taken care of. It was on a Sunday evening. The weather was really hot and I was almost losing my mind as a result of the heat when I heard the beep of my phone signifying a text message just came ...

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Sad Valentine

By Uche Amunike Valentine’s day is still in the air and much as it is a beautiful season, I feel a lot of tension presently. I should feel love in the air, but I don’t. I should feel sweetness in people’s miens and see smiles on people’s faces, but I don’t. I should feel the power of love permeating from ...

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GOODBYE PASCHAL

By Uche Amunike I am sad. I am devastated. I am in pain. I feel the pain of a mother, as I try to imagine what it means to lose a child. Sadly, I am not talking about the death of a child per se, but a full grown man. Kindly let me tell you the story of Paschal. Paschal ...

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My Vision to Get Nigeria Working Again…Atiku Abubakar

By Uche Amunike I just read this piece and found it interesting. It was the address Delivered by His Excellency, Atiku Abubakar, Vice President of Nigeria 1999-2007 and Presidential flag bearer of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) on Wednesday, 30th January 2019 where he shared his vision for Nigeria. Please read on… I thank the Lagos Island Club for giving ...

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Why Atiku’s US Trip is a Super Coup Against APC

By Uche Amunike This beautiful piece was written by my dear friend, Dele Momodu. He’s a journalist, Publisher, Philanthropist, motivational speaker and businessman. Please, enjoy… Fellow Nigerians, this season of jolliness and bonhomie has not been the best of times for the ruling party, APC, and certainly not for its Presidential flag bearer, Muhammadu Buhari. It may not be unfair ...

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Peter Obi, Nigeria’s Game Changer

By Uche Amunike Choosing Peter Obi as the Vice Presidential candidate of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, was a great delight to Nigerians all over the world. He had indeed been tested and trusted in the area of governance with particular reference to saving a sinking economy and fighting corruption while as governor of Anambra State. Atiku Abubakar couldn’t have ...

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