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Friday, September 21, 2018

"Our goal is to make Rivers State a land of peace and prosperity with boundless opportunities and possibilities"

– a place where no one is left behind...

Gov.Ezenwo Nyesom Wike

Should The Presidency Be Zoned?

Nigeria is, no doubt, at a critical stage of  her history. A   stage of bequeathing to posterity an enduring future. She is at a...

Should Gov Amaechi Run For 2nd Term?

A responsible leadership is one which gives its citizens sense of belonging and sows seed of prosperity where it does not exist. A leadership...

Should Ex-Militants Camp In Aluu Be Relocated?

Recently, ex-militants confinement in a rehabilitation camp at Aluu community outside Port Harcourt has proved to be an exercise in regret. The protests embarked...

Reps’ Rumpus: Which Way For Nigeria’s Democracy?

They are  honourable members, but still with all the trappings and traits of motor park touts. Our hallowed chamber was once again desecrated by...

Will Injection of $2 Billion Improve Nigeria’s Economy?

Recently, the federal government promised to inject a whopping sum of $2 billion to improve the nation’s economy. The money has been shared to...

New Ministers: Can They Pull Nigeria Out Of the Woods?

When the Acting Presi       dent, Goodluck Jonathan, some two weeks back, dissolved the Federal Executive Council, many Nigerians saw it as a welcome development...

On The Botched Two-Party Debate

Recently some state governors publicly suggested a two-party system for Nigeria. And at the commencement of the consideration on the recommendations of the ad-hoc...

Democracy Day: May 29 Or June 12?

What is in a name? There is something in a name. If you doubt it ask our dear President, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan. But what...

FG’s Reversal On Eagles:What Implication On Nigeria?

It all began with the abysmal performance of the Super Eagles which culminated to their early ouster in the group stages at the on-going...

Rebranding Nigeria: Can It Be Achieved?

The Corruption Perception Index (CPI) based on the 2009 findings, placed Nigeria on the 137th position out 180 countries sampled despite the so many...
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