New Year, New Hopes

It is a brand new year and we are indeed, privileged to be part of it. Not many who wished to see it succeeded. Some saw it but did not outlive the day. For those who have seen it and are still ali ...

Jan 05, 2018

Hike in Fuel Price, Why Now?

Suddenly, petrol stations across the country have started witnessing either long queues or selling petrol at high prices. With the Yuletide period fast approaching, many Nigerians see the current e ...

Dec 22, 2017

The Problem of SARS is the Problem of Police itself

Last Monday was indeed an intriguing day for ordinary citizens in Anambra State. It was a day two prominent groups trooped out at different venues in response to the on-going debate in the country ...

Dec 15, 2017

Imo State and Okorocha's Impunity

For the better part of a year now, tales of the absurd have been emanating from Imo State. From non-payment of workers' salaries to wasting the state's scant resources on the erection of statues of ...

Dec 08, 2017

Curbing the Menace of Okada Riders on Our Expressways

On Sunday, November 19, a ghastly accident occurred in front of the offices of the Anambra Broadcasting Service, ABS, along the Enugu/Onitsha Expressway. It involved a Sport Utility Vehicle, SUV, a ...

Dec 01, 2017

Congratulations, Willie

Last Sunday morning, the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, declared the incumbent Anambra State governor, Chief Willie Obiano, winner of the November 18 Guber Poll. According to the ...

Nov 24, 2017

Nov 18: Why We Must Vote Wisely

On November 18, barely two weeks from now, the people of Anambra State will troop out to elect who will preside over their affairs at Government House, Awka. They will decide whether to continue wi ...

Nov 03, 2017

Urgent Intervention Needed on Anambra Roads

To say that motorists and commuters in Anambra State are suffering on many of the roads in the state at this point is to make an understatement. Many roads in the state have now been rendered impas ...

Oct 27, 2017

The Fate of Nigerians in South Africa and Okorocha's Gaffe

For the umpteenth time, Nigerians in South Africa are at the receiving end of things in the hands of the natives. This time, it is in the hands of those supposed to protect them – the police. ...

Oct 20, 2017

Police Barricade at Amawbia-Nibo Junction: What's the Sense?

It is bad enough that the Awka Capital City has few major roads, but it is absolutely atrocious that the one major road in the heart of the Capital City cannot be accessed by commuters simply becau ...

Oct 13, 2017

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