What Nigerian Muslims Can Learn from their French Brothers

Recently in Rouen, a suburb in France, two Muslim fanatics working for ISIS, entered a church in St-Etienne-du Rouvray, France and murdered an 86-year old Catholic priest celebrating morning mass a ...

Aug 05, 2016

Burial of Murdered Citizen Olawale: Matters Arising

The remains of the Christian preacher, Mrs Eunice Olawale, who was murdered in Abuja while doing an early morning evangelism, were interred to mother earth on Saturday, 22 July, 2016. In attendance ...

Jul 29, 2016

Anambra's Junior WAEC Palaver

Last Thursday, July 21, the Basic Education Certificate Examination, BECE, otherwise known as Junior WAEC, finally started in Anambra State after an uncharacteristic delay that had stakeholders in ...

Jul 22, 2016

Leveraging on Gov Obiano’s Zik Leadership Award

Last Sunday, July 10, the governor of Anambra State, Chief Willie Obiano, received the prestigious Zik Leadership Award in the nation's capital, Abuja. The award, according to the organizers, was g ...

Jul 15, 2016

Anambra's Pothole Policy: Matching Words with Action

If there is one thing detested by road users, it is potholes. Potholes are caused by sundry factors, chief of which are poor road construction, poor drainage facilities that cause roads to be flood ...

Jul 08, 2016

A Case for Better Deal for Anambra's Third Tier

If there is one arm of government in Anambra State that feels bitter, despondent and ill-treated, that arm is the third tier. This refers to the local government chairmen and councillors who were e ...

Jul 01, 2016

Govt's Approval of Road Blocks for Funerals: Not So Good

Last Saturday, on the road between Jet Filing Station and Anambra State Teaching Hospital, Amaku, in Awka, road users were forced to seek alternative routes either to Old Awka Town or to the expres ...

Jun 24, 2016

Obiano's N20m Largesse to Towns: Good Intention, but…

There is pleasant news in town. The Anambra State government is about to dole out a whopping N20m to each of the 177 communities in the state to tackle their most pressing needs. Before the disburs ...

Jun 17, 2016

Murder of Bridget Agbaheme in Kano: Enough is Enough

Some days ago, Nigerians with conscience were shocked to the marrows when they heard about the callous murder of an Igbo woman in Kano, Mrs Bridget Agbaheme, who was beheaded by a mob of blood thir ...

Jun 10, 2016

This Senseless Bloodletting Must Stop

Last Monday, May 30, was supposed to be a happy day for Nigerians, being a day set aside to celebrate the nation's democracy which actually should have been celebrated the previous day which was a ...

Jun 03, 2016



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