Opinion

Opinion

Resultant Effects of high costs of Fuel, Transport and Living in Nigeria

By Livinus Nnebedum The 3Hs namely High fuel prize, High transport Costs and High Cost of living accompanied with worsening massive unemployment among youths and other burning national issues, problems and concerns are causing serious havoc in Nigeria Economy today (2020). These boiling and burning issues had catapulted into youths and students unrest. Immediate and long term solutions should include ...

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The Eucharist is our Sacred Meal

By Paschal Chisom Obi In the olden days, in some villages, during festivals, all the villagers assembled at the village square. As a sign of unity, they ate and shared their various delicacies. Families who did not have, joined relatives who did. It would be a shame and a discredit for a man to be enjoying, while the family of ...

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America is Free Again

By  Nze Nwabueze Akabogu On Tuesday, 3rd November 2020, the United States of America (USA) once again demonstrated in an unmistakable term to the global community that democracy remains the best system of government in the world whereby strong institutions could not easily be manipulated or undermined by strong men in power. On that historic day, the people of the ...

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The Strength of Government

By Ejeviome Elobo Otobo and Oseloka H. Obaze The notion of what constitutes the strength of government is often misconstrued with adverse consequences. As posited by Oseloka H. Obaze in his new book, Waning Strength of Government, “the strength of government is not about military capacity or use of force; but about the rule of law, consolidating democratic institutions and ...

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My Re-Election, Hope for Democracy – Obaseki

…Maps out 30-Year Development Master Plan By Ifeoma Ezenyilimba The Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, has described his re-election for a second term in office as hope for democracy and participatory governance. Governor Obaseki, who stated this in his inaugural speech at his swearing-in ceremony, last Thursday, November 12, noted that democracy and participatory governance had been facing a crisis of ...

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Why Our Own is Different

By Nwankwo Solomon Ewezuga It all started with #endsars. People on their different beds calling for revolution. I wonder how such will come to fruition in country where only 10 percent is enlightened and thus, conscious of the fact that they are existing within a boundary that seeks for account of their lives and activities. Anyway, I concluded that endsars ...

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Ghana in Africa and World Politics

By Livinus Nnebedum Ghana formerly called Gold Coast is one of the countries in West Africa. It is one time leading producers of gold and cocoa in Africa and the world at large. Ghana got her independence as far back as March 6, 1957. The capital is Accra and one of the English speaking countries in West Africa just like ...

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Children are a gift from God

By Paschal Chisom Obi Children are the greatest gift God has blessed mankind with, especially after marriage. They are like flowers that beautify the garden. They are inbuilt with insatiable curiosity and passion for discovery and knowledge, thereby turning their world into a laboratory in their quest to understand and experience their environment. The Holy bible gives condition for entering ...

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Career Opportunities in Agricultural Profession

By Livinus Nnebedum Agriculture is a prestigious, noble and lucrative profession and business that can no longer be left in the hands of old man and women in the villages operating with local implements exercising their human muscle and spending a lot of energy. There is improved technology in farming now but government need to make more improvement in areas ...

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Nigeria in World Politics

By Livinus Nnebedum There are about 55 countries in Africa and 200 countries in the world. Nigeria in West Africa is among the countries in the world. Ghana got her independence before Nigeria in 1957. Nigeria got her independence in October 1960. It was Mr. Harold Macmillan then Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (U.K) who announced the date of ...

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