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"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

Sharing The Pain Of Governor Amaechi

On the evening of 2ih of September 2010, I stumbled on the NTA Network showing a live programme during which I just heard the...

Voters’ Registration: INEC’s Looming Rubicon

If the agitation of concerned Nigerians canvassing for fresh voter registration as the only saving grace for the conduct of free, fair and credible...

Nigeria And The Global Ban On Landmines

The United Nations, at a convention in Ottawa, Canada in 2001 placed a total ban on the laying of landmines during wars the world...

Political History, A Challenge To Nigeria’s Leaders

In the age of globalisation news travel very far and very quickly. So it becomes rather unacceptable to feign ignorance of what goes on...

TIMARIV And Traffic Menace In Port Harcourt

Tamunosiki had woken early enough on a Wednesday morning and assembled his fireworks (certificates) in preparation for a job interview at the Gas Free...

Making Fresh Start With 2011 Polls

Much has been said and written about the 2011 polls and yet, there has been no let up in comments. While some citizens are optimistic...

Gruelling Bauchi Desertification: Any Succour In Sight?

Environmentalists say that by 1950, over 100 million hectares of the world’s forests had been cleared for industrial purposes. At that time, they add,...

Paradigm Shift In Nigeria’s Leadership Question

It was a gathering of who is who in the nation’s polity. Past and present political gladiators, captains of industry, actors and actresses, musicians,...

Nigeria At 50: Success And Failure

Nigeria achieved political independence from Colonial rule on October 1, 1960, eac:h of the three dominant political parties in the country then was in...

Banking Industry And Nigeria’s Economy

The crisis that rocked the global financial markets in 2007 will not be forgotten in a hurry.   Nigeria’s banking sub-sector was not exempted from...
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