Opinion

Nigeria on the Precipice: The Failing Role Models in Society

By Rev. Dr. Chudi Joseph Ibeanu Nigeria is on the verge of total collapse! This gloomy fact of her present existence as an entity is widely accepted by all its diverse ethnic groups. Various non-contradictory diagnoses have been made by varied experts in different epochs of her history. The diagnoses speak from the failure of leadership, corruption, tribalism, illiteracy till ...

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The Agony of Mismatched Life

By Ewezuga Nwankw That evening, I felt like rambling around to enjoy the freshening breeze that was gushing out unceasingly from the lips of green plants. The environment was as cool as the underworld. The silence that engulfed the surrounding was thought provoking. I felt briefly what those residing around  cemetery enjoy perpetually. The sweetness of the walk entered my ...

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Incitement Insurrection at America’s Capitol Hill; Lessons for Developing Countries

By Kizito Umennadi C Introduction: On Wednesday January 26th, 2021 hell was let loose in the world’s epicenter of democratic values, culture and civilization, the Capitol Hill, being the legislative ground of the Unites States of America. The outgoing President Donald J. Trump who was roundly beaten in the November 3rd, 2020 general elections by his democratic party challenger Fmr ...

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Sylvester Mgbemfulu: a Priest and a Teacher

By Valentine Obienyem The end of the story is that Mons was married to Chemistry as to the priestly vocation; and for years was one of the resource persons for JAMB and WAEC on the subject. Unable to separate himself from Chemistry, let us sample some lines in his address during his send-off party, where, referring to his preceding statement, ...

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November 6, 2021 Anambra Guber Election; Getting it Right

On January 19, 2020, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) through its National Commissioner and Chairman, Information and Voter Education, Mr. Festus Okoye Esq. announced that Anambra State Governorship Election has been scheduled to hold on November 6, 2021. Relying on section 178 (1) & (2) of the constitution  of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (as amended), he stated  that ...

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The Strive to Die

That evening, I feel like rambling around to enjoy the refreshening breeze that gushed unceasingly from the lips of green plants. The environment was as cool as the underworld. The silence that engulfed the surrounding, is thought provoking. I felt briefly, what those residing around cemetries enjoyed perpetually. The sweetness of the walk entered my medulla that I didn’t know ...

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Trip to Umuahia and Umudike: At the Country home of Major -General Aguiyi -Ironsi And National War Museum

By Livinus Nnebedum From Ikot -Ekpene or Umudike junction in Umuahia while going to Umudike, you pass through Ibeku High School Umuahia.  Going little further from Ibeku High School, the road by the right leads to Ibeama Community Primary School Umuana Ndume Ibeku in Umuahia North L.G.A. Umuana Ndume Ibeku is the countryhome of the onetime Head of State of ...

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Origin of Christmas Day 25 December

By Livinus Nnebedum Who will like to suffer and die like Jesus Christ so that we celebrate his/her Christmas. This is a challenge to all inhabitants of the Earth to do good. Most Christendom worldwide, including non-Christians, like to celebrate Christmas remembering the birth of Jesus Christ. But who will be very good as Jesus Christ so that he will ...

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At 59, Peter Obi Unyielding in Integrity and Commitment

By Valentine Obienyem I shall take the liberty to begin this piece with the conclusion. Today, the 19th of July, 2020, Mr. Peter Obi, the Vice Presidential Candidate of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, in the 2019 elections and a Former Governor of Anambra State, is 59. I shall simply define him as a hard-working Nigerian, successful entrepreneur, and consummate ...

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