Salvaging Nigeria from a Parlous Economy – The News Chronicle

Nigeria's developmental bane remains linked to leadership failure. Yet our prevailing governance and economic challenges has thrown up another dimension. With our economy regressing, every excuse i ...

Aug 12, 2016

Obiano, Obi: Story of a Cold War between a Governor and His Godfather

On the surface, no one will believe that the Anambra State governor, Chief Willie Obiano and his predecessor, Mr Peter Obi are at war. They will stop at nothing to embrace and throw banters when th ...

Jul 29, 2016

Brexit Undo: Not a Severe Reverse

The hysteria over the Brexit undo whilst understandable is hardly a severe reverse.  Certainly, that's not the case for the UK; not for her allies, and not for the EU.  Indeed, what most ...

Jul 08, 2016

Living a Sense of Generational Mission

Reflecting on the significance of birthdays, Nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez reasoned that 'it is not true that people stop pursuing dreams because they grow old; they grow old because they s ...

Jul 02, 2016

Gay Marriage Best and Reigning System for Perverted Nations

Gay marriage also known as same – sex marriage is a system of marriage in which a man is at full liberty to propose a marriage to his fellow man and also end up marrying him. It has a direct ...

Jul 01, 2016

A Peep into the Challenges of Present Day Nigeria

INTRODUCTION:Writing on this topic at this time in the history of Nigeria cannot be more better. Nigeria as a country has had its highs and lows, from the colonial period to ...

Jun 10, 2016

Servant and Service

The two words as far as I am concerned, cannot function very well without the help of each other. Often times, when the word "servant" is being mentioned, people usually mistake it to mean slave, w ...

Jun 03, 2016

Who Will Love A Sickle Cell Anaemia Child?

Sickle cell disease is a genetic blood disorder commonly found in the tropical region of Africa. Its debilitating effects due to ignorance from parents over the years have sent many innocent victim ...

May 27, 2016

A Case For the Revival of Igbo Language and Culture

So much had been said and written by Igbo elites in recent times about the alarming decline in spoken Igbo language by Ndigbo themselves and the possible extinction of the language in the nearest f ...

May 13, 2016

Why Iraq wasn't what I thought

Loai Behnam Toubia pulled up his shirt, uncovering a thick, dark scar – probably 10 inches long – that tears vertically down his large, round belly.With a cockeyed arm he pointed ...

May 06, 2016



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